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Triumph to enter India soon EDIT: Launch confirmed November 28 2013

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its now official.as the company has appointed its top management and will soon start selling its bikes through official dealers

Triumph has appointed Ashish Joshi as its Managing Director for India. Prior to joining Triumph, Ashish was heading the European operations for Royal Enfield and established the company

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Triumph Motorcycles have appointed Eulogy! IndiaoN> as their PR and communications partner as they look to make an entry into the Indian market. Eulogy! IndiaoN> were chosen following on from a competitive pitch where a number of leading agencies from across IndiaoN> were short- listed. In addition to strategising and generating coverage, Eulogy! IndiaoN> will also be responsible for building the brand preference within the digital space.

Ashish Joshi, Managing Director (IndiaoN>), Triumph Motorcycles says,

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Following on from the announcement of entering the Indian market, Triumph Motorcycles has announced its 2012 line-up for India today. Triumph Motorcycles will bring in seven of its most prominent bikes from each of its four model families (Roadster/ Supersports, Adventure / Touring, Modern Classics and Cruisers).

The offering will begin with the modern interpretation of the British parallel-twin, Bonneville, followed by the iconic naked sports bikes Speed Triple and Street Triple. Alongside these will be the off-roader Tiger 800XC and class-leading supersport bike Daytona 675. Closing the circuit would be the power cruisers of the family

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Their India website states the festive season for launch. bookings are already started.

Guideline ex-showroom (Delhi) prices for our bikes

 

Bonneville INR 5.50 Lakh

Street Triple 675 INR 5.75 Lakh

Daytona 675 INR 7.00 Lakh

Speed Triple INR 8.00 Lakh

Tiger 800XC INR 11.40 Lakh

Storm INR 17.00 Lakh

Rocket III Roadster INR 22.00 Lakh

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good new friends i wrote a mail to triump people and they gave a possitive reply. as per their mail they are in process of appointing dealers and this is planned to happen in sept,2012 after that sales,bookings,after sales,finance etc  will start after that.

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It is official! Triump motorcycles, the much awaited British bike marque, will officially set its foot on Indian soil on November 28! This means that the day is not far when any bike aficionado in the country can simply grab his cheque book and head to the local Triumph dealer, to buy himself the coveted Daytona or equally attractive Speed Triples. Also coming our way are a host of other models, including the Triumph Tiger XC .However, thanks to various factors, such as rupee-dollar fluctuations, it is expected that there will be a slight increase in the prices shown above. In spite of the increased price tag, we reckon that an entry in to the Triumph club won’t set you back by more than INR 6.25 lakhs.(motoroids)

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Triumph is all set to make its debut in India!!

The British motorcycle maker is said to be readying up an assembly facility at Manesar for CKD assembly of 4 out of 7 bikes which are to be launched here. The other 3 bikes will be imported into India through the CBU route.

The 4 bikes to be sold via the CKD assembly are the Triumph Bonneville, the Street Triple 675, the Daytona 675 and the Speed Triple.

Meanwhile, the Tiger 800XC, the Storm Cruiser and the flagship Rocket III motorcycles are expected to be imported into India via the CBU route.

Although Triumph had announced prices for its 7 bike range at the 2012 Indian Auto Expo, expect a revision in those prices, mainly due to the steeply depreciating Indian Rupee.

Sources: Cars & Bike Show on NDTV's Facebook Page, www.teambhp.com & www.autocarindia.com

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