Triumph Motorcycles India completes three years

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Triumph Motorcycles, British luxury bike maker, with models such as Bonneville, Street Triple, Rocket III and Daytona to its name, completes three years in India today. The brand was launched in India in 2013, and has managed to sell over 3,500 units ever since.

The Triumph family in India has grown from a single dealership in Bengaluru in 2013 to 14 dealerships currently across the country and 16 different motorcycle models across 5 categories of super-bikes namely modern classics; adventure; roadsters; cruisers and super sports.

Triumph Speed Triple 1050 (56)

Triumph India has also won 26 auto awards over the last three years. To celebrate the same the brand currently also has exclusive retail promotion schemes, social media contests and exciting offers going across all dealerships for the next one month.

The company has collaborated with HDFC Bank for convenient EMI options for customers, and has curated major initiatives to give customers a chance to learn and explore the best of motorcycling experience with training sessions at Triumph Tiger Training Academy and California Superbike School.

When it comes to corporate social responsibilities, Triumph Motorcycles India supports special causes like girl child education and the Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride (A ride to generate awareness about prostate cancer).

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Speaking on the three-year anniversary, Mr. Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt.Ltd., said, “It has been a delightful ride for us in India with an overwhelming response from our customers and partners who share our passion and enthusiasm.We are thankful to them for all our accomplishments in these years. We remain committed to delivering a true riding experience for all motorcycling enthusiasts in India with the most advanced technology and styling and look forward to many more exciting years ahead”.

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