Harley-Davidson opens dealership in Nagpur

    The new dealership is Harley-Davidson's fourth independent showroom in Maharashtra; independent dealerships now up to 19 across the country.

    Published On Nov 16, 2015 03:38:00 PM


    Harley-Davidson has inaugurated its fourth independent dealership in Maharashtra – Epicenter Harley-Davidson in Nagpur. With this latest dealership, the motorcycle manufacturer's total count is at

    19 independent facilities across India.

    Commenting on the launch, Vikram Pawah, managing director, Harley-Davidson India said, “We are excited to make inroads into Nagpur through the launch of our 19th independent dealership in the country. A dealership in Nagpur was a natural progression since Harley-Davidson is a much loved brand in the state with a large number of customers already present here. We are extending the reach of the Harley-Davidson brand to strengthen our presence in the western region with dealerships in key markets like Mumbai, Pune, Goa and now Nagpur. Our customers from Nagpur can now indulge in the Harley-Davidson experience in Nagpur instead of making a visit to Mumbai or Pune.”

    Epicenter Harley-Davidson becomes the ninth dealership to be opened in Tier II cities with the others located in Surat, Panjim, Indore, Jaipur and Lucknow to name a few.

    The new dealership will offer the entire line-up of 12 motorcycles available in India, including the recently launched Dark Custom inspired Harley-Davidson Street 750, Harley-Davidson Iron 883 and Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight. Customers can also choose from a number of Harley-Davidson parts and accessories for their bikes, as well as Harley-Davidson merchandise, including the latest Black Label collection.  

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