The HaojueR17;s official dealer in Nepal, Krishna International Trading Concern, has launched an exchange programme in showrooms around the country. Krishna International’s sales manager, Ruksan Khatri, stated that the exchange deal will begin on August 18 and will last for 15 days.
During the exchange, an additional Rs 15,000 will be assessed on the price of old bikes and scooters, and a Rs 15,000 discount would be granted on the purchase of bikes in cash, according to Khatri. Krishna Bread is the company’s primary showroom in Kamalpokhari, Kathmandu.
The Haojue has showrooms in Kathmandu Valley’s Teku, Nayabazar, Chabahil, and Banepa. Other showrooms can be found at Chitwan, Hetauda, Pokhara, Ilam, and Sankhuwasabha, which are all located outside of the valley. Khatri expressed optimism that the swap offer will attract more clients, stating that Haojue’s NK 150cc bike is a popular choice among many.
According to Khatri, the Chinese motorcycle company Haojue’s bikes are quite popular in Nepal. Haojue showrooms, service centres, and dealers are being opened in portions of Nepal’s major cities. “This dirt bike has added another competitor to the Nepalese dirt bike market,” Khatri remarked. The firm claims that no matter how long and difficult the rider is on the road, the engine and chassis utilised in it are balanced.
According to Khatri, the engine has a two-year warranty, free service is accessible up to six times, and components are also available at reasonable pricing. “After-sales service is a top focus for us,” Khatri said.