Honda 2Wheelers India inaugurates a new BigWing showroom in Navi Mumbai. The outlet is located at Plot no 10, Sector 1, near LP Bus stand, Nerul, East Navi Mumbai. In recent months, Honda 2Wheelers India has been quite aggressive in expanding its premium big bike business vertical in the BigWing showrooms.
These outlets provide a more premium experience to the customers as compared to the normal Honda 2Wheelers showrooms. This new store will aim to cater to motorcycling enthusiasts in and around the Navi Mumbai region, thus boosting the sales for the company. The BigWing Topline showrooms provide an extended range of products starting from 300cc to 1800cc. Honda’s premium network has expanded from its first Gurgaon showroom in FY 2020. The brand now has over 40 BigWing dealerships across both BigWing Topline showrooms for premium Honda motorcycles.
Honda 2Wheelers India BigWing Range of Products
Currently, the products which come under the BigWing vertical consist of the Honda H’ness CB350, CB350RS, CB500X, CBR650R, CB650R, CBR1000RR-R, Fireblade, CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP, Africa Twin Adventure Sports, and the flagship model Gold Wing Tour. With the growing demand to enable digital services in this lockdown, customers can also visit BigWing’s official website to know more about the products.
The customer will get all the necessary details of the products. Customers can get information like engine specifications, available colour options, finance options, and more on the website. The website also allows the customers to book their choice of product from the comfort of their homes. BigWing is also providing a range of accessories and gears to enhance the riding experience of the customers.
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In May 2021, Honda 2Wheelers India sold a total of 58,168 units. The sales figures are pretty low given the strict lockdown scenarios. But, now that the cases are showing a negative trend, the sales figure will again pick up the pace. In addition to this, Honda 2Wheelers India is also spearheading a plan to make India the global export hub. Keeping ‘Making in India for the World’ as the central idea, the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer is expanding the Manesar facility to help achieve the target.