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Bajaj-Triumph’s bike waiting period is 4 months without cutting market demand

The launch of the Triumph Speed ​​400 in India created a stir in the market. Within a few days of its launch, it became so popular among the buyers that its bookings started to increase exponentially. Due to which currently the waiting period of the motorcycle has increased to an average of three to four months. This is what an all-India news agency has been told by a Triumph dealer source. That is, even if the delivery of the bike starts from the end of July, the buyers will have to wait for about 12 to 16 weeks in the region to get the keys.

The locally made Triumph Speed ​​400 model will be sold in several overseas markets after India. Its construction is underway at Bajaj’s new Chakan factory in the country. The company had earlier informed about the production at different stages in the new factory. So that the workers on the new machine can keep up the pace of construction of the new motorcycle.

Waiting period of Triumph Speed ​​400

It goes without saying that Bajaj will be forced to ramp up production of the Triumph Speed ​​400 due to the overwhelming demand. It will launch in the international market in 2024. In the initial phase, therefore, the production was aimed at meeting the demand in some markets of India and the world. The motorcycle will be exported as an assembly kit from this country to Britain, Brazil and Thailand. As a result, it is possible to keep the price of the model affordable in the international market as well.

Meanwhile, Triumph currently has less than 20 dealers in India. It is essential to increase the demand to meet the huge demand. However, the organization has already started this work. The number of dealers is expected to reach 30 by the end of July. The company aims to take it to 50 by October. And by March 2024, the presence of 100 dealers will be noticed in 80 cities of the country.

Triumph is currently accepting online bookings for their Speed ​​400 bike. Its ex-showroom price has been pegged at Rs 2.33 lakh. However, the company said that the first 10,000 buyers will be sold at Rs 2.23 lakh. The modern-classic roadster model has bikes from Royal Enfield, Jawa, Yezdi, Honda and Harley-Davidson in the market.



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