Triumph Motorcycles opens India’s first showroom in Bangalore

    Published On Jan 22, 2014 03:45:00 PM

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    Triumph Motorcycles India has tied-up with Bangalore-based Keerthi Motors, with the view to offer international standards of sales, service and spare parts in the Indian market.

    Bike nuts in Bangalore will be the first to receive a proper hands-on experience of the iconic British motorcycle brand.

    Triumph Motorcycles announced the opening of its first fully equipped dealership at St. Marks Road, Bangalore. The company has tied-up with Bangalore-based Keerthi Motors, with the view to offer international standards of sales, service and spare parts in the Indian market. The opening ceremony took place in the presence of MD, Vimal Sumbly and Shoeb Farooq, National Head, Sales and Dealer Development, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt. Ltd. along with Sanjay M, MD, Keerthi Motors.

    The showroom will be in line with the global signature layout of Triumph Motorcycles, with a consultation lounge, sales and after-sales desks, all being close to the display area. Also on offer is an array of Triumph merchandise, which includes riding gear, accessories and memorabilia. The new dealership is also integrated with an after-sales service facility comprising of service bays and spare parts inventory.

    The staff at Keerthi Motors, Bangalore has been provided intensive training in sales, service, spare parts, business systems and customer service management. Service engineers have also been trained at Triumph's training centers in Hinckley, UK, in order to dispense best-in-class pre and post sales ownership experience. All the 10 motorcycles launched in November last year, are on sale at the showroom. These include the Bonneville, Bonneville T100, Thruxton, Street Triple, Speed Triple, Daytona 675R, Tiger 800 XC, Tiger Explorer, Thunderbird Storm and Rocket III.

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