Like with any other vehicle, financing a Kawasaki requiresa buyer to take out a loan from a lending institution. Banks generally have a specific division in place that deals directly with motorcycle or automobile sales.
Not only are there options to finance through a bank or lending institution, but dealerships may also offer in-house financing. In-house financing is the less popular option and will ultimately cost more, as stated by Cars Direct. However, sometimes there is some wiggle room allowed so the buyer can negotiate the financing terms with the dealership. In-house financing is usually targeted toward individuals who have poor or no credit because it may be the only way for them to buy the vehicle.