'Triumph Approved' pre-owned program launched

    The pre-owned Triumph motorcycles will be available with a one-year, unlimited kilometer warranty.

    Published On Nov 13, 2020 02:23:00 PM


    'Triumph Approved' pre-owned program launched

    Triumph Motorcycles India has introduced a new, 'Triumph Approved' pre-owned program, for those looking to purchase their motorcycles.

    •  Motorcycles to come with a Triumph Approved certificate 

    •  One-year Road Side Assistance (RSA) is part of the package

    •  Triumph Approved Program is running across all dealerships in India

    Official pre-approved Triumph motorcycles

    With a growing number of people interested in buying pre-owned motorcycles, Triumph has introduced its Triumph Approved program to cater to the demand. This program will run at all official Triumph Motorcycle dealerships in the country. Alternatively, customers can also look up the motorcycles on offer on Triumph's dedicated website.

    The benefit for the customer lies in the fact that these pre-owned motorcycles undergo thorough checks and have a service history record, for better peace of mind.

    Additional Approved Triumph benefits 

    Besides the assurance of getting a pre-owned motorcycle that has undergone all checks, the customer also gets a one-year, unlimited kilometre warranty.  Along with this, the customer gets a Triumph Approved certificate, one-year Road Side Assistance (RSA), PUC certificate and finance offers. The dealership will also assist in transfer of ownership and other related formalities that are required to be completed at the local RTO office.

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