There is a huge demand for two-wheelers made by Indian companies in the overseas market. Based on that demand, TVS Motor Company has taken the initiative to expand its business in Central America and Southeast Asia. The company also announced the opening of dealerships in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, as well as the launch of new scooters and motorcycles in the Philippines. TVS has launched the TVS Apache RR 310 flagship sports bike in the Philippines with an Ntorq 125 scooter made in India.
Speaking on the launch in that country, JT Thangarajan, President and Director (Indonesia) of PT TVS Motor Company, said, “The goal of the RR310 is to win the hearts of young bikers in the Philippines. We are thrilled to launch the TVS Apache RR 310 and TVS Ntorq 125 here with RT-FI technology and the best features of the class. We continue to strive to bring two-wheelers of excellent quality that match the lifestyle of Filipino customers without compromising on efficiency and technology. ”
He added, ‘The smart features of Apache RR310 and TVS Ntorq 125 will be able to meet the expectations of the customers. We are committed to enhancing the customer ownership experience in the product range of TVS. ‘Note that the Apache RR310 is currently the flagship model of TVS. This full-featured sports bike has a 312 cc liquid cooled engine that produces 34 bhp of power and 26 Nm of torque.
Meanwhile, TVS has recently announced an alliance with Activa Motors SA to capture the Central American market. Under the agreement, they will help the Indian company increase sales in Nicaragua and Costa Rica, provide services, supply parts and build relationships with customers. At the same time, Activa Motors will help TVS Motor to open 3 flagship outlets and 50 dealerships in SA, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.