Kawasaki products perform best with regular maintenance and servicing and each model has a maintenance schedule designed to keep it operating at its optimum performance level.
We recommend the vehicle is serviced by an authorised Kawasaki dealer in accordance with the servicing schedules detailed in your owner’s manual. Please ensure your dealer records the details whenever a service is carried out and also updates the service history. We suggest you keep copies of any service documents or repair invoices.
Your responsibility: Any maintenance schedule would be incomplete without your own active participation in making the daily inspection as detailed in the owner’s manual. Regular cleaning is also essential, and should be undertaken as often as necessary, especially in winter, to help prevent damage or corrosion caused by road salt or other harmful deposits.
Note that damage to paint work, plated materials or chrome due to external influences such as accident damage, climatic, thermal, chemical, industrial pollution, or insufficient care or protection from elements is excluded from the warranty.
Kawasaki dealer service: Kawasaki dealers are equipped with special tooling, manuals and service information, and have Kawasaki trained service staff. We back this up with a technical support and parts supply service to further enhance the quality of service available to you.
Pre-delivery inspection: Your service history begins with the preparation and inspection of the product prior to delivery. Your new Kawasaki has been carefully checked and prepared by your authorised dealer in accordance with the pre-delivery inspection (PDI) schedule issued by Kawasaki. Please ensure you check that the product is delivered to your satisfaction and that the PDI record is correctly completed and signed and that the dealer has recorded it in the service history and passed a copy of the PDI checklist to you.
The first service: We regard the first service as very important in the early life of a product. It is essential to have this service carried out by your dealer at the scheduled time.
Regular servicing: Regular servicing is the key to keeping your product operating correctly and should be entrusted to your dealer. The service schedule in your owner’s manual tells you when, and which service is required, and details the work to be carried out.
NOTE: SERVICE MORE FREQUENTLY WHEN OPERATED IN MUD, DUST OR ANY OTHER HARSH RIDING CONDITIONS.
ATV/UV models used in a commercial application: If your machine is being used in a heavy-duty application or is used intensively, we recommend you discuss a suitable service plan with your dealer, who can discuss, and agree a planned maintenance schedule with you which reflects your particular requirements. It is important to note that in such applications the servicing frequency may need to be increased.