Here’s how you can buy a Triumph motorcycle for lesser money

Triumph Motorcycles India is going to launch a three-day carnival, wherein customers can get multiple buying benefits.

By: | Published: February 8, 2017 6:42 PM

If you've been contemplating buying a Triumph motorcycle, here some good news for you! Triumph Motorcycles India will organise a three day mega exchange and upgrade carnival from 10th to 12th February 2017 for its customers across the country. During these three days, customers can avail up to 100 percent finance up to a maximum amount of Rs15 lakh. Loans are also being offered at a low interest rate of up to 9.9 percent during this Triumph carnival.

In addition, customers will not be charged any processing fee on the loan amount and one can also exchange any existing motorcycle for the Triumph Motorcycles. In addition to this, select lucky customers can also win a riding jacket in the carnival. In order to maximise the reach of this carnival, all Triumph dealerships across India will be open till 10 pm during these three days. The banking partner for the mentioned offers on Triumph motorcycles is HDFC Bank.
Triumph Motorcycles started operations in India in 2014, and in these three years, the company has opened its dealerships across the country's major cities including Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Indore, Vijayawada, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kochi, Jaipur and Kolkata.

The company has sold more than 3,500 motorcycles in Indian in five categories and has 16 models which includes the Bonneville Street Twin, Speed Triple, Rocket III Roadster, Street Triple, Thruxton R, Tiger Thunderbird LT and the Daytona. Since its launch, Triumph Motorcycles has also been the fastest growing motorcycle company in the 500 cc + segment.

Recently, the British motorcycle manufacturer revealed the all new Street Triple in UK. The new Street Triple is expected to be launched later this year in India. It will be offered in three variants-S, R and RS. The new Street triple has received 80 new parts including a new crank case, Nikasil plated aluminium barrels and bespoke cams.

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