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Kanuni is a Turkish brand that was established in 1950. In 1987, the company cooperated with the MZ distributor; a brand that was prominent in Germany for producing the finest quality of motorcycles. By 1995, Kanuni began to manufacture and export a vast collection of trendy yet unique motorcycles, scooters, and ATVs to various countries, expanding their business. The Kanuni company was successful in launching 1000 motorcycles per day with having only around 500 enthusiastic employees working with great passion at the main office. The main office was constructed on an area of 60,000m² and comprised of a training track, driving test area, warehouse, and a comprehensive quality control unit.

The domestic production along with international coalition and strategic cooperation projects are the factors that have helped the company to gain considerable prosperity and fame throughout the world. The company signed a partnership contract with India's Bajaj Auto in 2013. This was followed by the launch of the first 100% electric motorcycle in 2018.

Keeping the local police in mind, Kanuni designed a motorcycle especially for the state's police called "The Tiger 250 Polis". The motorcycles consist of 4-stroke single-engine which had the ability to generate 20 horsepower at 8000rpm and had a turning effect of 18Nm at 5500rpm. In accordance with the telescopic front suspension system, the disc front brakes with drum rear brakes are also included. For the convenience of customers, the company made sure to launch long-lasting, decent motorcycles in this category. The ATV is accessible in a variety of colors like ATV 300 is available in black, blue, and red colors.

For about 60 years, the company is functioning professionally thus has gained not only customers' confidence but has also attained dealers and employees' trust. The company has never seen a decline, it has always flourished, without losing its superiority and prestige, throughout this period.


KANUNI Seyhan 2004 - present 5
KANUNI Motorun 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Elite 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Speedy 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Cross 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Rabbit 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Storm 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Tiger 250 2005 - present 2
KANUNI Motocar 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Bobcat 2005 - present 1
KANUNI ATV 2005 - present 3
KANUNI Minibike 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Windy 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Trex 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Enduro 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Rokko 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Deer 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Racer 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Caracal 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Freedom 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Hussar 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Breton 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Tigrina 100 2004 - present 1
KANUNI Cheetah 125 2004 - present 1
KANUNI Buffalo 2005 - present 1
KANUNI Zebra 2005 - present 1

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