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Avigna Motors launches ATV, quad bikes in India – Opens new showroom

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Avigna Motors has opened a new company showroom in Bangalore, India from where a range of All Terrain Vehicles and Quad bikes will be sold.

Avigna Motor Sports, India based in Bangalore has launched a range of All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and quad bikes in the country. The new showroom located at Prestige Copper Arch, Infantry Road, Bangalore, will be from where this range of vehicles will be on sale, while Avigna is also setting up a six km dirt track in Hennur in Karnataka.

ATVs from Avigna Motors will include racing vehicles, electric golf carts and amphibious crafts besides agricultural vehicles. These ATVs will be offered in 125 CC, 200 CC, 250 CC and 500 CC categories all priced between UINR 1.5 to INR 18 lakhs as announced by Avigna founder and CEO Anupam Deb. An assortment of sports gear for motorsports enthusiasts is also on offer, priced in the INR 25,000 to INR 200,000 range.

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CEO – Anupam Deb | Avigna Motor Sports

The ATVs and quad bikes are being imported as CKDs and assembled at the company assembly plant in Pune. Avigna Motors will pay special attention to Tier I and Tier II markets in India through a well developed distribution network and launch of nationwide 3S – sales, service and spares centers. All vehicles will be offered with a one year unconditional warranty.

All ATVs do not need to be registered with the RTO while the driver also does not need a driver’s license. The Karnataka government has recently accepted ATV registrations allowing drivers to use their vehicle on roads while all vehicles will need ARAI approval which is still under process.


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Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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