Hero MotoCorp goes global

Hero MotoCorp launches its two wheelers in Central America, ties up with Indy Motos.

Hero MotoCorp has started operations in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras today by launching its model range consisting of the Hunk, Karizma, Glamour, HF Dawn, Slendor NXG, Super Splendor and Achiever. The world largest two-wheeler manufacturer has tied up with Indy Motos who will act as its authorised distributor here. Hero bikes will be made available via a network of outlets across these countries.

In the near future Hero MotoCorp will tap into other markets in Latin and Central America along with Africa as well. Hero is currently exporting its two wheelers to Colombia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal.   

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Issue: 190 | Autocar India: June 2015

The striking new Renault Kwid is our cover star this month, and we've got every last detail about the car. Plus, many more action-packed stories in the June 2015 issue of Autocar India.
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