Thursday, 23 January 2014

Indian Motorcycles Revive India Track Down Harley-Davidson

Iconic US based bike manufacturer Indian Motorcycle International Llc introduced in India, with its minimum expensive bike Chief Classic valued at Rs.26.5 lakh. The other two cycles on offer are Chief Vintage and Chieftain, estimated at Rs.29.5 lakh and Rs.33 lakh, individually. All costs are ex-showroom, Delhi.

These bikes will lure an extra esteem included assessment of 12.5% as they will be totally assembled units.

Indian Motorcycle

All these bikes are fueled by a 1,811cc Thunder Stroke III motor, which has 139 newton meter torque and six-velocity transmission, the organization said on Wednesday. The Indian's start in India comes four years after Harley-Davidson initiated its operations in the nation.

“We are here to position Indian above all superbikes in India,” said Pankaj Dubey, managing director, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd, also stated a statement that his company targeting the above 1,600cc bike market, which is roughly 200 bikes every year. “We expect this market to grow by 40-50% in a few years and we aim to have 10% market share in the segment,” Dubey said.

On the other hand, businessmen, company executives and sports fans in the 30-50 age gathering are Indian Motorcycle's target clients. The organization will set up its first dealership in Delhi and conveyances will started in mid-March. The firm will open its second dealership in Bangalore later not long from now.

Indian Motorcycle has set up a warehouse in Faridabad and its designers will venture out the country over to address service identified issues.

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