09/07/2014

    Triumph Motorcycles opens 8th outlet, cross 450 bookings

    Business Standard:

    British motorcycle maker Triumph Motorcycles today inaugurated its first dealership here, which is the eighth retail outlet of the company in the country.

    Triumph Motorcycles India Managing Director, Vimal Sumbly and senior officials inaugurated the dealership 'Harbour City Triumph', set up at Ethiraj Salai, Egmore, a company statement said.

    The company currently has dealerships in Bangalore,Hyderabad, Kochi,Pune, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and NewDelhi.

    "The opening of this dealership strengthens our commitment to better establish the brand in the local market. Chennai is an important city both commercially and as a hub for biking enthusiasts in India and we are expecting great response from here...," the company said.

    Chennai outlet is an "ultra-modern showroom" integrated with an after-sales service facility. The design of the showroom is based upon the global signature - Triumph Motorcycles layout with consultation lounge, sales and aftersales desks.

    Meanwhile, the company said it had received over 450 bookings across five models since its entry in India in November, 2013.


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