The British motorcycle brand Triumph Motorcycles announced the opening of the first dealership facility in Bangalore. The Triumph Motorcycles showroom located on St. Marks Road, Bangalore. Triumph Motorcycles launched 10 motorcycles in 5 different categories for Indian market.
The design of the showroom is following global signature Triumph Motorcycles layout with consultation lounge, sales and after sales desks all being close to the display area. The facility will also have Triumph merchandise including riding gears, accessories and memorabilia. The showroom is integrated with an after-sales service facility featuring service bays and a spare parts inventory. You can also build your own bike by choosing components at Bangalore Showroom.
Mr. Shoeb Farooq, National Head, Sales and Dealer Development, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Bangalore is an important city, both commercially and as a hub for biking enthusiasts in India and we are proud to launch our showroom in the city. The dealership will not only act as a platform to sell motorcycles, but also as a great place for Triumph bike enthusiasts to connect with one another. This will be a place where they can share their love for this legendary brand. The growth of Triumph Motorcycles in India will continue to emphasize on firmly establishing a rewarding ownership experience and extending superior after sales service which ultimately underlines customer satisfaction.”
The company also have tied up with Bangalore based Keerthi Motors who will bring the sales, service, spare parts to the Indian market. Right now Keerthi Motors, Bangalore provides all its staff. They are all trained in management of sales, service, spare parts and business systems and customer services. A team of service engineers have also been trained at Triumph’s training centers in Hinckley in the UK.
Now Bangalore people can buy following bikers from the showroom: classic Bonneville, Bonneville T100, Rocket III Roadster, Speed Triple, Thruxton, Tiger 800XC, Tiger Explorer, Thunderbird Storm and Daytona 675R.