Classic Legends Announces its Foray into Nepal

Appoints Agni MotoInc Pvt Ltd as its official distributor-partner in Nepal

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Classic Legends Announces its Foray into Nepal

October 7: Riding high on the massive response and success received by its three new Jawa models and a widespread dealership network spread across India, Classic Legends is all set to expand its retail footprint in Nepal.

Classic Legends said in a statement it has appointed Agni MotoInc Pvt Ltd as its official distributor-partner in the country. It is the subsidiary of Agni Group and the sole authorized distributor of Mahindra utility vehicles, tractors, three-wheelers, electric cars and Powerol generators in Nepal. The operations will commence in the month of October 2020, added the statement.

The company said it will initially be launching its Jawa and Jawa forty two models in the country.

Making the announcement, Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO of Classic Legends Pvt Ltd said, “When we registered success in India in the form of unprecedented love, interest and demand for the new Jawa models, we knew they would also be loved in Nepal. As we expand our operations to Nepal and offer our Jawa and Jawa forty two models here, we reaffirm our commitment towards offering, along with a piece of history, an unparalleled ownership experience to all classic motorcycle lovers in the country.”

Speaking at the event Cabinet Shrestha, managing director, Agni Group, said, “It gives us great pride to bring Classic Legends’ Jawa Motorcycles in Nepal. We are quite upbeat to offer these classics to the motorcycle enthusiasts in our country. I am very optimistic that Jawa being an authentic and iconic brand It will definitely cater to the free spirit of motorcycle enthusiasts and I am confident that the New Jawa's legendary classic yet trendy looks and its strong build features will be an instant hit with our customers in Nepal.”

According to the company, Jawa Motorcycles will be available in dealerships located at Uttardhoka and Teku in Kathmandu, and the network will gradually expand across the country.

The motorcycles will be brought into Nepal through the Completely Built Units (CBU) route. With the planned outlets becoming fully operational in the near future, customers across major cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Itahari, Dharan, Narayanghat, Lahan, Nepalgunj and Butwal will be able to book and test ride the iconic models Jawa and Jawa Forty Two motorcycles in their own cities.

 

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