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We expect to grow 15-20% this fiscal: Triumph Motorcycles' Shoeb Farooq

Firm plans to launch pre-owned vehicles in India next month. Today the brand has 7,000 customers here and the India Business Head says that would be good enough to start the programme

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T E Narasimhan Chennai
Despite the pandemic, the British premium motorcycle maker Triumph Motorcycles is expecting its sales to grow by around 15-20 per cent this fiscal in India. The company has also lined up new products and plans to roll out its pre-owned vehicles programme in India.

This comes at a time the iconic American cruiser Harley-Davidson decided to exit from India and the premium two-wheeler segment (above 500cc) in the last 12 months reported a 35 per cent de-growth. The size of the market was estimated to be around 26,000-27,000 units last year.

"Even in a scenario of de-growth, we did much

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First Published: Sep 30 2020 | 4:25 PM IST

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