Piaggio India Inaugurates Second Motoplex Dealership in Hyderabad
By Seshan Vijayraghvan
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Published on May 20, 2016
- This new Motoplex store is Piaggio's first showroom in Southern India
- Piaggio Group currently sells vehicles from Vespa, Aprilia and MotoGuzzi.
- Piaggio also has Motoplex stores in Milan, New York , Shanghai & Beijing
Piaggio India launched India's first Motoplex showroom back in November 2015 in Pune, Maharashtra. After seeing some considerable success from its initial venture the company has now entered yet another popular metro in India. With this new showroom, Hyderabad becomes the first city in the south of India where Piaggio has set up its globally popular innovative concept store. Furthermore the new Motoplex dealership is set up at Jubilee Hills, a posh suburban neighbourhood in west Hyderabad, which the company believes will give enthusiasts a chance to experience Piaggio Group and its lineage with brands like Aprilia, MotoGuzzi, and Vespa.
Coming to what this new store has to offer the people of Hyderabad, the new Moptplex store has been built in a sprawling area of 4,134 sq. ft. offering an assortment of motorcycles and scooter from all three brands. The company are pointed out that they already have similar Motoplex stores across the world in cities like Milan, New York City, Shanghai and Beijing where all the Piaggio Group brands coexist.
Speaking at the event, Stefano Pelle said, "It is a proud moment for Piaggio Group to bring our flagship store to Hyderabad, our second in India and first in the south of the country. Motoplex as a concept introduces the passion of Italian biking all under one roof by offering an exciting overview of the two-wheeler world, reflecting the innovative vision of the Piaggio Group. The store not only showcases the long standing history of our brands - Vespa, Aprilia and Moto Guzzi but also highlights their fascinating journey that proudly stands for 'Made in Italy'."
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