Triumph, Britain's largest motorcycle manufacturer is all set to enter the Indian market by January 2012. Triumph follows the path of foreign companies like BMW, KTM etc. to make an impression in one of the world's biggest two wheeler market, India.
Ashish Joshi, MD, Triumph India, says that "We are launching our bikes at the auto expo and feel very confident to come to India as sales are very good and demand for big bikes is high." These bikes would come as Completely Built Units (CBU).
According to the reports, Triumph bikes would be seen at the Auto Expo that's starting on 7th of the first month next year. Bajaj Kawasaki Ninja and Hyosung GT 250 are expected to face a good tight competition from the bikes in the 250cc segment from Triumph company.
Triumph is expected to bring Tiger and Sprint models with impressive 1,050 cc, three-cylinder, evergreen Bonneville with twin-cylinder 865 cc. Rocket III would with a massive 2,294 cc, 675 cc Daytona in sports bike section, and the Speed Triple Street models. With an already high selling market in India, Triumph seeks to uplift the sales graph yet more.
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