Juan Pablo Vélez, General Manager; and, Antonio Taipe, Commercial Manager, Thunder Motos.
Thunder Motos, an Ecuadorian company with more than 12 years of experience in the design, assembly and commercialization of work motorcycles nationwide, inaugurated its new direct sales point in the city of Quito. The modern facilities are located in a strategic commercial and financial point of the capital city.
The new premises will offer customers a wide range of motorcycles between Utility, Sports, Dual Purpose and Café Racer, as well as associated brands, marketing of spare parts Y workshop of service multi-brand. To this is added, the sale of accessories how: helmets, gloves, protections, tires Y more related products to the world of motorcycles.
With the inauguration of this place, Thunder Motos adds 11 direct sales points. The brand also has more than 150 distributors and a wide workshop network Throughout the national territory. The assembly of the motorcycles sold by the brand has ISO 9001 2008 certification, which guarantees a product of international quality.
As part of the opening business strategy, customers can access the purchase of motorcycles from $ 1,099 dollars, included one month free maintenance only in that place, during 30 days. It is expected to generate sales of 30 units per month. In addition, customers will have the possibility of purchasing motorcycles from the brands Sachs, Haojue (sports and utility) as well as MTM electric bikes.
Thunder Motos, as part of its business philosophy and with the aim of contributing to the economic reactivation foresees the inauguration of a new point of sale in the city of Guayaquil Y enlarge the brand’s premises in the sectors South and North from Quito, until the end of 2020.
“The opening of this new direct sales point is a bet on development and economic reactivation. Thunder Motos offers a transport solution with the best value for money, the same that constitutes an excellent Work tool well it allows generate income for him livelihood of many families, who with the current situation have been seriously affected in their economy ”; he claimed Juan Pablo Velez, General Manager of Thunder Motos Ecuador.