Rabindra Dhungel, 6october 2020. Classic Legends is going to provide Java brand bikes in the Nepali market. Classic Legends has appointed Agni Motoink Pvt. Ltd. as the official distributor-partner for Nepal. The company has said that it will initially make its Java and Java Forty Two models available in Nepal.
The company says that it will present its popular models in a way that is easily accessible to Nepali customers and give them a chance to experience Java Life.
Ashish Singh Joshi, Chief Executive Officer, Classic Legends Pvt. He said that in the course of expanding its operations, it will introduce two models here, Java and Java Forty Two, and provide a unique ownership experience to all classic motorcycle lovers, including a part of history.
Cabinet Shrestha, Managing Director of Agni Group, said that he was very proud to bring Java motorcycles of Classic Legends to Nepal.
. An authentic and iconic brand is very optimistic about Java and is confident that it will definitely fulfill the independent spirit of motorcycle lovers and become popular immediately among Nepali customers.
Java Motorcycles will initially be available at Soru in Uttar Dhoka and Teku in Kathmandu and the network will be expanded across the country.
These motorcycles will be brought to Nepal with complete build unit 9CBU technology. In the near future, as planned, the sales outlets will be fully operational in major cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Itahari, Dharan, Narayanghat, Lahan, Nepalgunj and Butwal.
Is Classic Legends Pvt. Ltd. is an Indian company established to re-launch the iconic Mercky motorcycle brand in the market. Classic Legends aims to be the first real lifestyle company in India and provide consumers with opportunities to revive the legacy of classic brands through exciting product and service flows along with the motorcycling ecosystem.
Java is a brand in the Czech Republic, formerly Czechoslovakia, with a 90-year legacy, exporting classic, well-engineered, non-exclusive motorcycles to more than 120 countries.
It entered the Indian market in the early 1960s. Two aspects of the Java motorcycle – its beautiful design and strong performance, it has won not only the mind but also many ‘titles’ in the world.