Mahindra Two Wheelers Ltd. (MTWL) has inaugurated its new Mumbai dealership, ‘SM Auto’. Spread over 3,300 sq. ft., it includes a 1,700 sq. ft. showroom and a 1,600 sq. ft. workshop. Located in Goregaon West, SM Auto is the 42nd dealership in Maharashtra and further strengthens Mahindra Two Wheelers retail presence in this region.
Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. registered 29% domestic sales growth in March 2014 over March 2013. Yamaha’s connection with customers and prospective buyers has been boosted through customer-centric activities, and an exciting product line-up. Alpha scooter sales has created quite a boost.
Launched in 2003, the eleven year old Discover 125 will be discontinued and replaced by Discover 125M with similar specs and a revised exterior. Discover series has proved to be beneficial for Bajaj, and new Discover 125M is expected to keep the momentum going in regards to being a high sales volume two wheeler in the segment.
Ducati delights iPhone 5/5s and Galaxy S4 users with Aluminium bumper cases added in its online merchandise store. In collaboration with DRACOdesign, these cases are made to carry DUCATI’s DNA to smartphones with inspiration from its 1199 Panigale Super bike.
It was at the end of last year that Triumph made its entry into Indian markets. Since then, the company has launched 10 models and opened two dealerships, one in Bangalore and the other in Hyderabad. Now Triumph India has started accepting bookings on its model range and added various details to its Facebook page.
Yamaha Motor India launched its 110cc Alpha at 2014 Auto Expo in February. In the two months since, the company has clocked sales of 14,000 units with a target to sell 20,000 units each month in the future. Maximum number of sales are expected from South Indian states and in particular from Bangalore which is among the leading two wheeler markets in India.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) will soon launch their new Activa 125 automatic scooter. Honda Activa 125, first Honda scooter in the 125cc segment is to be launched in two variants, Standard and Deluxe with a price tag of INR 56,000 and INR 61,000 respectively.
Spotted right at the Bajaj Auto Chakan plant where it is manufactured for the globe, was the soon to be launched KTM RC 390. This is not the first time that it has been spotted, but the recent spy pictures indicate that the RC390 is well into production with launch expected in India by mid 2014.