Two-wheeler manufacturer Yamaha Motors had its sales up by about 47 per cent coming from sale of 17,316 units in July 2009. The company revealed that it had sold about 11,792 during July 2008.
India Yamaha Motor Managing Director and CEO, Yukimine Tsuji says, “as we enter the festival season, we aim to sustain the growing demand by enhancing our dealership networks and giving customers an array of options to choose from. He further adds, “we are overwhelmed by the customer response to the recently introduced Fazer which is fast catching the imagination of biking and touring aficionado.”
It should be noted that India Yamaha Motor had even opened its new manufacturing facility at Surajpur in Uttar Pradesh. According to the company, the dealership and service networks are also being worked on to make Yamaha the best model in India in the coming years.
The Yamaha models which include Yamaha R 15, the Yamaha FZ Series, the Yamaha Gladiator SS, the Yamaha RS and the Yamaha Alba have been received very well in India. For the young Indian bike enthusiast Yamaha models have become a dream bikes.
Yamaha is again back and with a bang will give a run to the Bajajs and TVS’ and Hondas’ a run for their money; looks like! Way to go Yamaha.