Hero MotoCorp goes to Central America

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Hero MotoCorp Ltd., the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, today launched the brand ‘Hero’ and its range of two-wheelers in Guatemala City, El Salvador and Honduras, marking the iconic Indian brand’s first foray into new international markets.

Hero MotoCorp also announced a partnership with the Indy Motos Group of Guatemala to bring its two-wheelers to these markets. Under the alliance, Indy Motos has been appointed as the authorised distributor of Hero MotoCorp range of two-wheelers in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. These products will be distributed through a network of outlets spread across these countries, with more new outlets to be added subsequently.

Speaking at the glittering ceremony, Mr. Pawan Munjal, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Hero MotoCorp Ltd said, “This launch is a significant milestone for us considering this is the first of the new international markets where we are starting our operations. It is indicative of the significant role that markets in Central America and Latin America will play in our global expansion plans. It gives me immense pleasure to announce Indy Motos as our partner for Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. I am sure that their rich experience in this market and knowledge of the local customer will go a long way towards further strengthening our business here.”

“Our vision is to provide convenient, fuel-efficient mobility to every customer in this market, and with our wide range of products, we are committed to serving two-wheeler customers across this region. We are confident our products will appeal to customers across a wide price spectrum and create a new benchmark for mass mobility in the continent,” Mr. Munjal added.

The range of Hero two-wheelers being launched in these markets include successful brands across categories – Hunk, Karizma, Glamour, HF Dawn, Splendor NXG, Super Splendor and Achiever.
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  • Arnob Gupta says:

    Haha, so now the Guatemalans will learn to wait 90 days for a chain kit and be introduced to clutch plates that last 8000km, and body panels that break in 6 months all by themselves….