er6n insurance???

Discussion in 'General Discussion / News / Information' started by mja34, Aug 8, 2009.

  1. mja34

    mja34 Ol'Timer

    Hi guy/girls
    will be back out to cnx october :D and have placed a order on a kawasaki er6n.
    has any one insured one of these yet? , good reports or things/companeys to steer clear off?, 3rd party or comp etc,would help me loads.
    thanks from a soggy uk :(
     
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  3. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    Not sure about Chiang Mai, but Kawasaki in Bangkok helped me sign up for insurance on my last two bikes so that they were covered before I left the showroom. First bike (Ninja 250R) was covered by Siam City Insurance. Second bike (ER6n) covered by Lockton (sp?)
    Never had to make a claim (knock on wood!) so can't comment on the quality or service of either company.
    Ride On!
    Tony
     
  4. mja34

    mja34 Ol'Timer

    thanks tony for the info! will ask kawasaki cnx if they can help and can you still get hold of some crash bungs for this bike?, will be in touch in october!, good luck with the sale of your bike and maybe bump into you again down the number 1 bar cnx.
     
  5. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    Hi Mja,

    I already sold my ER6n and am also sold out of the crash protectors. I'm looking for a new CNC shop because the guys who made them for me originally are getting greedy and have jacked up their prices...
    If/when I get more I'll post an ad in the BUY SELL section.

    Happy Trails!

    Tony
     
  6. nuwatmat

    nuwatmat Ol'Timer

    I just ordered 4 er6n from the dealer at rama,excelent service by the way,two green and two black,got a black one from before,aparently the price has gone up to 245000 as the 2010 model has abs.
    got a offer on the insursnce aprox 7000 bth for 75% coverage.I asked for a free helmet but they gave me a free green ballpoint pen wich i forgot in the store.
     
  7. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    I just ordered 4 er6n from the dealer at rama,excelent service by the way,two green and two black,got a black one from before,aparently the price has gone up to 245000 as the 2010 model has abs.
    got a offer on the insursnce aprox 7000 bth for 75% coverage.I asked for a free helmet but they gave me a free green ballpoint pen wich i forgot in the store.
    Yeah- 7000 is about what I paid for the insurance on my ER6n. 4 bikes and all you got was a pen? Wow- how generous of them :wink:
    The new 2010 ER6n in Green and matte black looks awesome!
    Tony[​IMG]
    Happy Trails!
     
  8. nuwatmat

    nuwatmat Ol'Timer

    I just ordered 4 er6n from the dealer at rama,excelent service by the way,two green and two black,got a black one from before,aparently the price has gone up to 245000 as the 2010 model has abs.
    got a offer on the insursnce aprox 7000 bth for 75% coverage.I asked for a free helmet but they gave me a free green ballpoint pen wich i forgot in the store.
    Yeah- 7000 is about what I paid for the insurance on my ER6n. 4 bikes and all you got was a pen? Wow- how generous of them :wink:
    The new 2010 ER6n in Green and matte black looks awesome!
    Tony[​IMG]
    Happy Trails!
    Dont know if there is any other modifications on them other than ABS,i have not seen them yet.
    Anyone know if the 2010 is differend ?
     
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    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

  10. bikerbob

    bikerbob Ol'Timer

    I tried but they said no. they think my bike is to old ( 1999 )
     
  11. Varadero

    Varadero Active Member

    Hello !
    Is not the subject, but where is the shop in cnx ?
    Robert
     
  12. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    FYI- paid 7500 Baht to insure my new Ninja 650R. (faired version of the ER6n)

    [​IMG]
     
  13. johngooding

    johngooding Ol'Timer

    Tony, The Kawa shop in Udon offered me the same price, but the insurance only covered loss up to 180K, I am trying to get a better quote.
    GT quote page refused to cooperate, will try again later.
     
  14. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    Hi John!

    Bought a new bike? :mrgreen:

    What'd you get?

    Kawasaki in Bangkok offers two plans- the cheaper one covers about 80% of the value of the bike, and they have a more expensive plan from a different company that offers 100% coverage. The Thai built Kawasaki are so incredibly cheap to fix that I've opted for the cheaper 80% coverage.
    Here's an example- I bought all of the colored pieces (8 pieces in all) for the ER6n in Diablo Black to send to a friend in the US (where they only sell the ER6n in Plasma Blue). Total cost? About 2500 Baht! Cracked the rear subfender on my ER6n. Cost to replace? 200 Baht! Seems like they're giving away the parts at these prices- not that I'm complaining!

    Happy Trails!

    Tony
     
  15. johngooding

    johngooding Ol'Timer

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