Harley-Davidson opens new motorcycle showroom in Goa

Goa Harley-Davidson, the first Harley-Davidson dealership in the city officially opened its doors on November 30, 2013.
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Bike lovers can now enjoy a world-class, state-of-the art dealership that provides them premium Harley-Davidson standards of sales and service.  Buoyed by the positive response of customers across the country, Harley-Davidson India has undertaken strategic expansion plans particularly in the western region. Situated at Marine Plaza, Goa Harley-Davidson is expected to further scale up the leisure riding culture in the city of Goa. The new dealership comes at a time when the city of Goa already has a burgeoning base of Harley-Davidson customers who can now purchase an exciting new Harley-Davidson or have their existing motorcycle serviced locally instead of making the trek to Mumbai or Bangalore, according to a company statement.
“We are proud to make inroads into Goa through the launch of our 12th dealership in the country. Harley-Davidson is the undisputed leader in the premium motorcycling segment and has successfully tapped into India’s extensive riding community that consists of brand loyalists and riding enthusiasts from all walks of life. We have a strong presence in the western region with showrooms in key markets like Mumbai and Pune. The opening of a new showroom in Goa reflects our commitment to offer our customers a supreme level of sales experience and service. We welcome our customers from Goa to the growing Harley-Davidson family” said Anoop Prakash, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson India.
Since, the beginning of retail operations in India in 2010 there are nearly 4,000 Harley-Davidson motorcycles on Indian roads. This significant achievement can be attributed to the company’s success in building a strong leisure motorcycle culture in India, a rapidly expanding dealer network and an unrelenting focus on delivering a great customer ownership experience.
World-over, Harley-Davidson dealerships are the one-stop-shop for patrons and loyalists who seek to experience the famed Harley-Davidson lifestyle and culture, firsthand and further absorb the spirit, thrill and camaraderie associated with leisure motorcycling.
“Being a passionate motorcycle enthusiast, this is indeed a special moment for me. Goa has a rapidly growing culture of leisure motorcycling. With the introduction of Harley-Davidson India in our city, we are thrilled to provide customers with the premium lifestyle experience that the brand stands for, world-over. We are excited to reach out to bike enthusiasts in the city and enable them to explore their spirit of freedom, rev up their engines and take to the roads like never before.” said Mr. Srinivas Reddy, Dealer Principal, Goa Harley-Davidson.
The newest dealership will offer the entire Harley-Davidson India line-up of 11 motorcycle models, in addition to Harley-Davidson riding gear, apparel, and merchandise. Harley-Davidson Motorcycles are available starting from Rs 5, 91,000 (Ex-Showroom, Goa). Harley owners will also be able to choose from a wide range of genuine Harley-Davidson parts and accessories to customize their bikes.
Goa  Harley-Davidson joins eleven other Harley-Davidson dealerships in India including: Two Rivers Harley-Davidson in Pune, Tiger Harley-Davidson in Indore, Banjara Harley-Davidson in Hyderabad, Bengal Harley-Davidson in Kolkata, Capital Harley-Davidson in New Delhi, Coromandel Harley-Davidson in Chennai , Himalayan Harley-Davidson in Chandigarh, Nine Bridges Harley-Davidson in Ahmedabad, Seven Islands Harley-Davidson in Mumbai, Tusker Harley-Davidson in Bangalore and Spice Coast Harley in Kochi.

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