Like most of the Superbike marquees, Suzuki too has its foothold in the Indian Market. The GSF 1250S, GSX-R1000, GSX-1300R Hayabusa and the Intruder M1800R are the few superbikes available in India with the Suzuki Badge. The firm has reportedly launched a new workshop which is dedicated for these pre-mentioned models from the Suzuki stable in Delhi. The workshop has been named as Bitto Suzuki after the owner, Bitto Sodhi.
Unlike the regular simple mechanic’s workshop, this workshop sports fully automated machinery which are controlled, supervised and operated by special mechanics who have received special training from the engineers working at Suzuki. This ensures that customers get service which is at par with the price they pay to buy and maintain their superbikes.
“Usually people open service centres in the NCR area and that makes it very difficult for a customer to travel so far. From our Suzuki point of view, this workshop in Delhi is centrally located and secondly the facilities and manpower available here has been fully trained by Suzuki. Spare parts are also available and we want bikers to get spare parts and service easily,” said Atul Gupta, President, Sales and Marketing, Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited.
Source: Sify News