Triumph Motorcycles sets up two new dealerships at Chandigarh and Kolkata
Triumph Motorcycles have now opened two new dealerships in the country in Chandigarh and Kolkata. The two new showrooms bring up Triumph's reach to 10 cities in the country these include Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi, Pune, Ahmedabad, Delhi and Mumbai.
Vimal Sumbly, managing director of Triumph Motorcycles India with dealer Rishabh on the Triumph
The British motorcycle maker entered the Indian market in January, this year with a line-up of 10 motorcycles, including the Bonneville, the Thruxton and the popular Street Triple. Triumph Motorcycles India Private Limited claims that the facilities provided at its Indian showrooms complies with the brand's "international standards of sales, service, spare parts and systems". The staff is said to be trained by experts from Hinckley at the company's Manesar plant.
Regarding the decision to set up showrooms in the two cities, Vimal Sumbly, managing director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt Ltd said, "Both Kolkata and Chandigarh are very fascinating markets and will help with the steady growth of the brand here in India. The opening of the two dealership strengthens our commitment to better establish the brand in the local market. The enthusiasm from brand patrons and fans that we have seen over the last one year is overwhelming."
The company also announced that it has clocked over 1,000 bookings across its five motorcycle categories in the country. Sumbly went on to add that "the number is growing progressively by the day. The ride quality and experience offered by a Triumph motorcycle suits the individual needs of every biking enthusiast and we are expecting great response from the enthusiasts. We want to offer Triumph lovers not just a product but an overall experience that they deserve from a globally renowned brand like ours."
Triumph Motorcycles announces two new dealerships at Chandigarh & Kolkata in quick succession
| 1000 Triumph-ant customers within 11 months of operations 10th dealership in India 12 global models across 5 motorcycle categories Delhi, 26th November, 2014: Triumph Motorcycles India Private Limited has launched two new dealerships in Chandigarh and Kolkata in quick succession. With these new dealerships Triumph Motorcycles now sells in 10 cities across the country, the other eight being Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi, Pune, Ahmedabad, Delhi and Mumbai. The launch of two new dealership will provide increased reach to the British brand here in the country and create an un-parallel platform to tap into the increasing demand within the fastest growing luxury and premium motorcycles industry. The celebrated British brand also announced that they have clocked 1000 bookings across 5 model categories post the inception of its first dealership in January 2014. Triumph's biggest success in India is its capability to provide the potential customer with a one of a kind experiential sales process followed by regular ride events hosted in operational dealerships across cities. Mr. Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt. Ltd. said, "With the launch of Triumph Motorcycles in Kolkata & Chandigarh, we are committed to setting new benchmarks in providing high quality service experience to our brand enthusiasts and prospects in every part of India. Both Kolkata & Chandigarh are very fascinating markets and will help with the steady growth of the brand here in India. The opening of the two dealership strengthens our commitment to better establish the brand in the local market. The enthusiasm from brand patrons and fans that we have seen over the last one year is overwhelming to say the least." "We have successfully sold 1000 motorcycles (Wholesale + Retails) and the number is growing progressively by the day! The ride quality and experience offered by a Triumph Motorcycle suits the individual needs of every biking enthusiast and we are expecting great response from the enthusiasts. We want to offer Triumph lovers not just a product but an overall experience that they deserve from a globally renowned brand like ours." All of the current operational dealerships have an ultra-modern showroom integrated with an after-sales service facility featuring service bays and spare parts inventory. The design of the showrooms is based upon the global signature Triumph Motorcycles layout with consultation lounge, sales and after sales desks all being close to the display area. The dealerships also boasts of 'Build your own Bike', a novel concept in the premium and luxury motorcycle segment. The facilities have an array of Triumph merchandise which includes riding gear, accessories and memorabilia and bring the same international standards of sales, service, spare parts and systems to the Indian market. The staff at all the ten dealerships has been provided with intense training in management of sales, service, spare parts and business systems and customer service to ensure customers receive a best-in-class pre and post sales ownership experience across the country keeping in mind the global standards. The team is trained by experts from Hinckley and the training is carried out at the Manesar plant. The illustrious British motorcycle brand, Triumph Motorcycles, entered the Indian market with the launch of twelve of its renowned and prestigious models from the following categories; Classics, Roadsters, Adventure, Cruisers and Super sports. The much sought after line-up, includes the Iconic Bonneville and Bonneville T100, the legendary Speed Triple, the largest production motorcycle the Rocket III Roadster, the class leading Street Triple, the cool café racer the Thruxton, the go anywhere Tiger 800 XC and Tiger Explorer, the stripped back and black Thunderbird Storm, the premier cruiser Thunderbird LT and the king of super sports bikes, the Daytona 675 & 675R.|
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