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In a clear sign that high end motorcycles, and automobiles in general, are rapidly finding a foothold in the Indian market, British motorbike major, Triumph Motorcycles on Wednesday pointed out that it had managed to sell 3,500 superbikes in the 500 cc and higher category. 

Published: 22nd December 2016 01:40 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd December 2016 04:26 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: In a clear sign that high end motorcycles, and automobiles in general, are rapidly finding a foothold in the Indian market, British motorbike major, Triumph Motorcycles on Wednesday pointed out that it had managed to sell 3,500 superbikes in the 500 cc and higher category. 


The company also said that it is planning to further increase its foothold in the Indian market by opening more stores, in four more cities across the country. 


“We started our business in India in November 2013. So far we have sold 3,500 superbikes in the country,” pointed out Triumph Motorcycles India’s Managing Director, Vimal Sumbly. 


Speaking about the expansion plans it has planned for the region, Sumbly said: “At present we have 14 dealerships in the country and in the coming days we are planning to open new such facilities in Goa, Bhubaneshwar, Lucknow and Guwahati.”


The India wing head also pointed out that the annual market for superbikes in India had seen a considerable increase in volume over the years, rising to around 10,000 units currently. However, the number of players are limited. 



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