Big relief for Royal Enfielders! Now, get help on these treacherous roads
Royal Enfield has announced the opening of two new service centres in Himachal Pradesh. These two new service centres will be located at Kaza and Keylong.
It's really good news for Royal Enfield motorcycle riders heading to Leh. Royal Enfield has announced the opening of two new service centres in Himachal Pradesh. These two new service centres will be located at Kaza and Keylong. With the launch of these service centres, Royal Enfield now has a total of 13 service centres in the state and 943 across the country. The move will cater to thousands of Royal Enfield motorcyclists travelling to Leh and traversing these treacherous mountain passes each year, Royal Enfield said.
Kaza and Keylong service centres
The new centres are spread over 1500 sq ft. Both the service centres in in Kaza & Keylong offer full-service facilities with over 4 service bays and a crew of fully trained and authorised Royal Enfield service personnel, thereby providing support to all the riders on this route, further expanding Royal Enfield’s presence in the region.
"Royal Enfield has a network of dealerships across India, including remote locations in Ladakh and rest of Jammu & Kashmir, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, among others," a company statement said.
Commenting about the expansion of the service network, Shaji Koshy, Head – India + Business, Royal Enfield said, “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 & 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.”