GURUGRAM: Triumph Motorcycles India
on Wednesday inaugurated a new exclusive dealership in Gurugram, Haryana. This is the British bikemaker's second dealership under 'One Triumph
' after one already functional in the capital.
Spread across 5000sq. ft and 3 floors, this standalone store is a kind of world-class experience centre and one of the largest Triumph dealerships in India yet.
In keeping with the signature Triumph international experience style, this dealership boasts of special zones such as a consultation coffee lounge for the team to take customers through all the options available, a build your own bike zone to help with customization of bikes, a merchandise display area for customers to choose the best gear from and service bays dedicated to maintenance and repairs.
Commenting of the occasion, Vimal Sumbly
, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt Ltd
said that the opening of the Gurugram dealership will further strengthen the Triumph marquee in the northern part of India.
"The comprehensive suite of after-sales services will ensure the best in class amenities for our esteemed customer base here. We are suitably excited that the opening of this ultra-modern dealership coincides with our fourth-anniversary celebrations. This only goes to show our commitment to India and its importance as a market. We are grateful for the great response we've received from the entire riding fraternity so far and hope to continue delighting them with more ground-breaking products," he said.
The company said in a statement that the staff at One Triumph has been trained by service engineers trained exclusively in Hinckley at the headquarter of Triumph, the UK to deliver a best-in-class pre- and post-sales experience in synch with the global standards.
offer around 13 superbikes spread across five different categories including classic, adventure, cruiser, roadster and supersport. The range starts at Rs 7.3 lakh for the modern classic Street Twin and goes up to Rs 21.91 lakh for the Rocket III cruiser which is powered by the world's largest capacity (2.3-litre) engine on a production motorcycle.