Delhi people can keep their cheque books ready as Triumph Motorcycles, after commencing showrooms in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kochi, Pune, Ahmedabad and Mumbai, have finally announced the opening of its showroom in the National Capital Region. This is the seventh Triumph Motorcycle showroom in the country.
Named Triumph Delhi, this dealership will offer showroom facility along with after-sales service featuring service bays and a spare parts inventory. The design of the showroom is based upon the global signature Triumph Motorcycles layout with consultation lounge, sales and after sales desks all being close to the display area.
On the occasion of inauguration of this new showroom, Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Delhi is a very important motorcycling destination for Triumph, we are overwhelmed with the customer interest generated in the city by the riders, the enquiries we have got so far from this region are fantastic and stand testimony to the love people have for Triumph. This dealership will strengthen our commitment to establish the brand marquee in the National Capital Region.”
“We will be extending a comprehensive suite of after sales services and support along with merchandise to our brand lovers. We are committed to give the brand lovers not just a product but an overall experience that they deserve from a globally renowned brand like ours and the dealership has been set up with the same idea in mind. Triumph’s biggest success in India is its capability to provide the potential customer with a one of a kind experiential sales process followed by regular ride events hosted in operational dealerships,” Sumbly further added.
Triumph Motorcycles entered India on November 28, 2013. The first showroom of the company was operational within two months of the launch. Triumph Motorcycles’ India line-up includes the Bonneville and Bonneville T100, Speed Triple, Rocket III Roadster, Street Triple, café racer – the Thruxton, Tiger 800 XC and Tiger Explorer, Thunderbird Storm and the super sports bikes, the Daytona 675 & 675R.