How it Works

Once you have found your perfect Kawasaki product you need to decide how you wish to pay for it. That’s where Kawasaki Motors Finance* comes into play.

Speak to your local Kawasaki dealer, they can provide a fast quote using our online software and show you just how affordable it can be. 

Our motto is “make it happen” and that’s what we intend to do for you!

What Can I Purchase?

The following products can be financed through participating Kawasaki dealers: motorcycles, scooters, ATV’s, utility vehicles, side-by-side vehicles and jet skis.

While we would love you to be on a Kawasaki product we are happy to assist you with any brand, new or used, as long as it is coming from an accredited Kawasaki dealership.


Anyone who is over 18 and working a minimum of 20 hours per week can apply.


Some basic questions about who you are, where you work, what you own and what you owe. This process is simple and takes minutes to complete.


You choose fortnightly or monthly repayments which are set up through a direct debit system.

What Can Be Included in the Loan?

Once you have chosen what you wish to ride you may want to include other items in your loan.

The following can be packaged into one easy fixed repayment.

• Riding Gear – to protect yourself.
• Accessories – to make it yours.
• Insurance – protect your asset and protect your ability to make your repayments. (talk to your Kawasaki Dealer about Kawasaki Insurance products)


*Finance to approved applicants only. Credit criteria, fees, charges and T&Cs apply. Finance is provided by KMAF Pty Ltd trading as Kawasaki Motors Finance ABN 24 143 970 094 Australian Credit Licence No. 391531.

The information provided on this website by KMAF Pty Ltd trading as Kawasaki Motors Finance ABN 24 143 970 094 Australian Credit Licence No. 391531 is general in nature and for information only. Nothing on this website constitutes or should be considered to constitute legal, taxation or financial advice. Before making a decision about any of the products and services featured on this website, you should consult with your own independent legal, taxation and financial advisors, who can advise you about your personal circumstances.