Mangaluru: Pai Sales Private Limited, the authorized dealers for Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Ltd, launched the all new Suzuki Access today at their branch in Chilimbi, here.
The vehicle was lauched by G S Hegde, deputy commissioner of transport and senior RTO incharge. The corporator of Chilimbi, Radhakrishna, was the guest of honor. The first key was delivered to Radhakrishna Prabhu and Meera Prabhu.
T Ganapathi Pai, managing director, Pai Sales, welcomed the gathering. He told the customers that a lot of new features like SEP engine, digital meter, central locking system, Suzuki easy start system - one touch push start, dual hooks, front pocket, optional mobile charging socket, longest seat, largest under-seat storage, largest footboard and leg space, maintenance free battery, steel fender and leg guard, large tubeless tyre, telescopic front suspension to mention a few. He also said that Pai Sales strives to offer best after sales service and has 2 dealerships in Mangaluru and Udupi, one branch is at Chilimbi. There is a Suzuki authorised service shop (SASS) at Surathkal, Uchila, Saligrama, Kundapura, Puttur, Belthangady, Karkala and Moodibidri.
First lot of 20 vehicles were handed over to the customers.
The chief guest RTO G S Hegde, who himself owns the Suzuki Access said that Suzuki products are definitely a pleasure to drive. He also appreciated Pai sales for the after-sales service they provide.
T Rathnakar Pai, director, Pai Sales thanked the gathering. Arun Pai, Umesh Bhat, Raghuveer Kini, Nagesh Pai and others were present.
The all new Access is now on display at Pai sales Pandeshwar, Chilimbi and Udupi. Bookings for the all-new Access are now open.
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