April 23: MAW Enterprises Pvt Ltd, the authorized distributor of Yamaha motorcycles and scooters in Nepal, has officially launched an exchange fair in the capital.
The six-day customer-centric initiative kicked off at Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu on April 22 and will conclude on April 27.
Miss Nepal 2018 Shrinkhala Khatiwada inaugurated the fair which offers the customers “amazing deals” to exchange their old two-wheelers of any brand and condition with a new Yamaha two-wheeler. The company said in a statement that it also guarantees an additional Rs 25,000 besides the market valuation for the old two-wheelers.
Customers will also get cash discount up to Rs 100,000, free accessories, on-the-spot finance facility and attractive gifts on test ride.
According to the company, the Maha Exchange Mela will also feature celebrity walk-in, free license trail, test ride, ride competitions, door prize and food stalls.
Along with the exchange deals, Maha Exchange Mela also provides the visitors with free facilities like free bike wash, free checkup camp for all brands of motorcycles.
Launch of the all new Yamaha FZS FI V3.0
MAW Enterprises has also launched Yamaha FZS- FI Ver 3.0, during the Maha Exchange Mela. The judges of The Himalayan Roadies Diyaa Maskay, Reymon Das Shrestha and Laure unveiled the new Yamaha FZS-FI V3.0, which according to the company is the first motorcycle in 150cc segment with both technologically advanced Fuel Injection (FI) and Antilock Breaking System(ABS).
The company claimed that the FI technology has established FZS as economically and ecologically best motorcycle.
“While, the introduction of ABS has made FZS FI V3.0, the safest motorcycle in 150cc segment. The launch of this motorcycle proves Yamaha's concern towards its customers’ safety along with the unique riding experience for all kinds of weather and road conditions,” the statement added.
Yamaha FZS-FI V 3 is available in Nepal at Rs 309,900.