Royal Enfield, the two-wheeler division of Eicher Motors, today announced its entry into the Indonesian market, with plans to commence retail operations in the Southeast Asian country in the coming months.
Abhijit Singh Brar, Head - Marketing, Royal Enfield, said, "As leisure motorcycling is getting extreme all over the world, we at Royal Enfield believe that we can create a wonderful space that's more approachable and unintimidating.
“Our motorcycles are built to give maximum pleasure at regular road-going speeds, and are fun for novices as well as experienced riders. We use traditional craftsmanship and modern technology as a means to achieve the perfect balance between the ride...
As per its entry plans, the company will commence retail operations in the coming months from its exclusive dealership in Jakarta that is being set up in partnership with PT Distributor Motor Indonesia, who have signed-up as a dealer for the region,
Royal Enfield didn’t miss this opportunity to showcase themselves at this year’s Goodwood Revival.
Johnathan Gibson rides from Australia to the UK for Goodwood Revival 2015 while passing through Indonesia.
Arun Gopal, Head of International Business for Royal Enfield announces that the company will begin sales end of this year in Indonesia.
Arun Gopal explains that Royal Enfield have only one dealership in the South-east Asian country and are awaiting market response to further expand.
Formerly a British brand, Royal Enfield see’s it fitting to reurn to the UK at this years Goodwood Revival.
Set back in the golden era of motorsports and motorcycling, Stephen Langitan of Indonesia was invited to experience this year’s Goodwood Revival with Royal Enfield