In 25 weeks of business here, there’s 8 Triumph dealerships across India with 450 bookings. There’s 2000 Triumph employees globally. On the building front, Triumph has manufacturing facilities in Hinckley and Thailand, and assembly facilities in Brazil, and India. Triumph Motorcycles India prides itself as one of the fastest growing luxury two wheeler brands here. Growth gets a strong footing on the back of dealerships pan India, the first seven being in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kochi, Pune, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Delhi.
The opening of Chennai’s Harbour City Triumph dealership strengthens company’s local market commitment. Chennai is an important commercial centre, in addition to being a hub for biking enthusiasts in India. As such, this southern market is expected to respond well.
For a truly global Brit experience, staff is trained in sales, service, spare parts, business systems and customer service by experts from Hinckley at Triumph’s Manesar plant, India. Triumph’s Indian journey has been met with success on the back of an experiential sales process backed by ride events hosted by existing dealerships.
Last week, Gary Johnson and the Smiths Triumph Daytona 675R secured victory by just 1.5 seconds in the Supersport TT race over 4 laps of the 37.7 mile course. The win celebrates Triumph’s first official return to the island having last taken top spot with Bruce Anstey run on the Valmoto Triumph Daytona 600 in 2003. The recent victory comes close on the heels of Danny Eslick’s Daytona 200 victory earlier this year.
This Sunday, 8th June, Triumph- Rebel Motorcycles Hyderabad organized its 1st bikers meet. About 200 bikers from different biking groups and clubs joined in starting from Triumph Rebel Motorcycles showroom at Road no 12,Banjara Hills, through Banjara Hills towards Hitech City, to Gachibowli district and back, ending at N Asian.