Piaggio India Inaugurates New Showroom in Pune Maharashtra
by Shrutee K/DNS
27th April, 2018: Piaggio Vehicles Pvt Ltd, has announced the opening of a new dealership for its iconic Vespa and sporty Aprilia in Pune, Maharashtra. The new showroom offers the various products under the Vespa 150,125 and Aprilia SR 150 and 125 range.
The new dealership with 1600 sq. ft. showroom has been designed keeping in mind the lifestyle and premium experience which reflects the Italian heritage of the brands. Equipped with the best customer service, quality and experience, the dealership aims to reach out to maximum customers in Pune.
On the occasion Mr. Diego Graffi CEO and MD Piaggio India expressed “The new dealership resonates the style quotient of both Vespa and Aprilia brands and would offer its customers extraordinary experience in the area of sales and Customer Service”.
Mr. Puran, Partner of Autosol said “We are pleased to associate with Piaggio and offer their world class, premium products to our esteemed customers, with the Aprilia SR 150 and Vespa we will deliver not only world class premium products but also extraordinary service to the aspiring youth, who is not only dynamic but also embrace international culture and are upwardly mobile”. The new dealership was inaugurated in presence of Mr. Ashish Yakhmi, Business Head, and Piaggio 2 Wheelers.
About Vespa: Piaggio invented the Vespa in 1946. Having successfully established itself in the world-wide two-wheeler segment, Vespa was launched in India in April 2012. The Company has a state-of-the-art plant in Baramati, Maharashtra, where it manufactures the iconic Vespa alongside the newly launched Aprilia SR 150 and also manufactures a range of 3 and 4 wheeled commercial vehicles at a separate manufacturing facility in Baramati.
About Aprilia: Aprilia was born into racing and is the real sporty flagship brand for Piaggio Group. With 294 Grand Prix races won in Road Racing World Championship, Aprilia holds the record for the most wins of any European manufacturer in the history of maximum motorcycle competitions. These are joined by an impressive 54 world titles: 38 in Road Racing World Championship, 7 in Superbike and 9 in Off Road disciplines.