Hunk Segment Best Seller in El Salvador; New Dealership Launched

Hero MotoCorp, world’s largest manufacturer of two-wheelers in terms of volumes, have further expanded their reach in El Salvador and have initiated their sales operation by opening their first flagship store in the country’s capital city San Salvador.

In El Salvador, Hero serve their customers through a distribution network of over 200 touch points which also include 5 company-owned showrooms, 15 dealerships, 85 retail and 26 spare part outlets & service centers across 14 cities.

Hero MotoCorp’s range of products in El Salvador include XPulse 200, XPulse 200T, Hunk 160R, Hunk 190R, Hunk 150, Ignitor 125, Eco150, Eco 125 and the Dash 125 scooter. According to Hero, Hunk 150 is the best-selling bike in the 150cc category in the country.

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Their new dealership is located in El Pedregal in the capital city of San Salvador. The showroom offers 3S (Sales, Service, Spares) operations and covers over 600 sq. mt. in area. The location also includes its own service area with 5 service bays and an outlet for spare-parts to fulfil the customers’ needs. In order to entice more customers, Hero is also offering a 4-year or 40,000 km warranty across its range of products.

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Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Sanjay Bhan (Head – Global Business, Hero MotoCorp) said –

“The strengthening and expansion of our network in El Salvador clearly underscore the market’s importance for Hero MotoCorp. There has been a steadily growing demand among the customers here for our wide range of products and with this state-of-the-art flagship store in the capital city, our customers will now be able to experience Hero MotoCorp’s world-class products and services. We will continue to keep consolidating our presence in this market in both immediate and medium term.”

Hero Motocorp, currently, has their footprint firmly planted in 43 countries across Asia, Africa, South and Central America and the Middle East and have sold over 100 million motorcycles and scooters globally since their inception.