A major stumbling block that has been facing the Indian Brand has been the roll out of dealer space. Many potential Indian Owners find themselves hundreds of miles away from their nearest dealer. While that is not a huge problem, the peace of mind that comes when parts and service is right down the road definitely factors in.Powersports Business said:Indian grand opening
Indian Motorcycle of Mineola in New York will host its grand opening June 24-28. It’s the first Indian dealership in metro NYC/Long Island and joins Yamaha, Suzuki, Can-Am and Victory on the dealership’s lineup. Door prizes, demo rides and more will be part of the event. The first 52 customers to go to the dealership’s website receive a free pair of JVC ear buds.
Another new Indian dealer
Grand Prix Motorsports in Colorado has taken on a new name with the addition of Indian Motorcycle to the dealership. Indian Motorcycle of the Rockies celebrated its grand opening last month. The dealership also sells motorcycles, ATVs, side-by-sides, scooters and PWC from Kawasaki, Polaris, Suzuki and Yamaha. Upstairs in the same building, Warhorse Firearms of the Rockies is part of the group and celebrated its grand opening, with each customer receiving an entry at the door to win a SCCY 9MM handgun or a Yeti cooler. The store features 1,100 guns in stock.
Dealership Great Ideas ? June 18, 2014 | Powersports Business
Large remodels and dealership build-outs that are befitting one of the most prestigious brands in all of motorcycling has taken time to complete, but with new dealerships opening every month, this will soon be a concern that is similar to the Y2K debacle. It is a big deal right now, but here in a few months, it will be a silly memory. Hard core Indian buyers are making the trek to their nearest dealership nonetheless, and Indian motorcycles are popping up all over the US and Canada because of it. Don't be the last one who is dilly dallying on the fence. Make the trip and get yours while you still can!
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