Kawasaki’s global sales in 2021 are recovering rapidly from a challenging 2020. 304,300 units were sold in the first six months of 2021, up 20.8 percent from the first half of 2020, but 6.7 percent less than in the first half 2019.
Thanks to the economic recovery in Southeast Asia and the renewed demand for sportbikes in North America, Europe and Japan, the global sales of Kawasaki motor vehicles (the range of which consists exclusively of motorcycles – there are no scooters in the company’s lineup at the moment) for the first half of 2021 showed a very pleasant an increase of 20.8% relative to the same period last year. In North America and Europe, Kawasaki is at its highest on record, while in SEA it is recovering rapidly, excluding Thailand, which has seen a decline of more than 10%. In other large markets – Japan, Korea and China – sales are experiencing modest growth.