DSK Benelli showroom opens in Indore

    Dealership will feature in-house service station for DSK Benelli motorcycles; more showrooms expected in various cities across India .

    Published On Aug 25, 2015 06:00:00 AM


    DSK Benelli showroom opens in Indore

    DSK Benelli has further expanded its network in India with the opening of a showroom in Indore. The new showroom, under the dealership of Shiva Motowheels, accommodates the entire range of DSK Benelli motorcycles, and has an in-house service station.
    Chairman of DSK Motowheels, Shrish Kulkarni who was present at the opening said, “It gives us immense pleasure to be associated with Shiva Motowheels. The philosophy with which we operate is in tandem with the ethos of our Indore dealer. The employees at DSK Benelli-Indore have been provided with specialised training in management of sales, service, spare parts and customer service, to ensure that customers can enjoy best-in-class ownership experience. Keeping in mind the global standards, we are also glad to announce that all the DSK Benelli showrooms across India, including DSK Benelli-Indore are the first set of showrooms worldwide to meet the International CI standards of Benelli global showrooms.”
    According to him, more cities including Jaipur, Chandigarh and Cochin are also likely to see the arrival of the DSK Binelli brand soon.
    The prices (ex-showroom, Indore) of the TNT series was also disclosed: 
    •          TNT 300 M – Rs 2,92,000
    •          TNT 300 P – Rs 3,02,000
    •          TNT 600i – Rs 5,31,000
    •          TNT 600 GT – Rs 5,80,000
    •          TNT 600 GTS – Rs 6,17,000
    •          TNT 899 – Rs 9,62,000
    •          TNT R – Rs 11,98,000

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