Royal Enfield has got one of the largest (two-wheeler) service networks in the country. And it just expanded it further by opening two new authorised service centres in Keylong and Kaza. This would be appreciated by all the motorcycle enthusiasts, bikers, and riders who travel to the Himalayas on a Royal Enfield.
Out of the two new service centres, one is located on the Manali-Leh highway in Keylong that leads to Ladakh and the other one is in Kaza, the sub-divisional headquarters of the remote Spiti Valley. These are fully authorised service centres and are supposedly spread over 1,500 sq ft and offer full-service facilities with multiple service bays.
Speaking on the opening of these service centres, Shaji Koshy, Head – India Business, Royal Enfield, says, “The Himalayas has been the spiritual home to Royal Enfield, and for over 60 years, riding enthusiasts have traversed these mountains on our motorcycles. Over the last few years, we have seen an increase in the number of people riding to the Himalayas on Royal Enfields.”
“With the expansion of our service network in Himachal Pradesh at Kaza and Keylong, we have ensured that riders get adequate support even at high altitudes and challenging terrains. With places like Leh, Ladakh, Lahaul and Spiti getting featured on every rider’s bucket list, these service centres will cater to riders travelling to Leh region from any of the two routes – via Manali or Shimla.”
It’s good to see that Royal Enfield is taking such measures to provide support to its customers and keep them happy. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen such a step from the international brand. RE also has service centres located in various remote locations like Ladakh, Sikkim, etc.
Now, with the opening of these two new service centres, RE has a total of 943 service centres in the country out of which 13 are located in Himachal Pradesh itself.