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Please note: this section is applicable to continental U.S. locations only.

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FILL OUT THE FORM TO BECOME A DEALER

To become an authorized dealer, you need to first complete our New Dealer Inquiry Form. A Kawasaki Dealer Network Specialist will contact you upon completion of the initial review.

STEP 1

CONTACT INFO

Required Fields*

Company
Primary Contact
PRIMARY CONTACT
Additional Contact
ADDITIONAL CONTACT
STEP 2

SALES INFO

Product(s) of Interest
Please mark the Kawasaki product lines you are interested in carrying.*
Do you currently sell motorized vehicles, accessories or apparel?*
LOCATION
Would you be willing to buy an existing Kawasaki dealership?*
Is the location of the dealership a new facility or an existing dealership?*
Existing Dealership Information
INDICATE BUILDING SIZE IN SQ.FT
Please indicate the products/brands you currently sell.

New Retail Units

Brand
Motorcycle
ATV
Side x side
Watercraft
Other
Brand
Motorcycle
ATV
Side x side
Watercraft
Other
Please provide projected unit quantities of kawasaki new unit and parts/accessory sales.

1-3 years*

Year 1 (unit qty)
Year 2 (unit qty)
Year 3 (unit qty)
STEP 3

ADDITIONAL INFO

Please describe why you would like to become a Kawasaki dealer and include a brief description of your proposed plan.
Please provide a brief description of your background including any Powersports Industry and/or Business Management experience you would like us to consider.
Do you have additional powersports dealership locations? If so, please list the dealership names, street addresses, and brands carried.
Dealers must qualify for a wholesale line of credit through Kawasaki Motors Finance Corp. (or another financial institution acceptable of KMFC), from $250,000 to $1,500,000 or more, based on expected sales and product lines carried. Will you be able to obtain this line of credit?
Kawasaki requires all dealers to have required exterior signage and interior showroom elements. Will you be able to install our KESE (Kawasaki Enhanced Showroom Elements)?
How did you hear about becoming a Kawasaki dealer?