New Delhi: Hero MotoCorp, the country’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, said it has resumed operations at 1,500 touch points, including authorized dealerships across the country. Hero MotoCorp said in a statement, Since the reopening of these customer touch points, about 10,000 units of motorcycles and scooters have been sold. It said the company has resumed its retail operations with the reopening of over 1,500 customer touch points, including authorized dealerships and service centers. The company said that these outlets contribute about 30 percent of its total domestic retail sales.
Hero MotoCorp’s sales network includes more than 6,000 touch points, around 1,000 dealers, service centers, etc. across the country. The company said that it has started supplying vehicles from its manufacturing plants from 7 May. The company reopened its three manufacturing plants in Dharuhera and Dharuhera in Gurgaon and Haridwar in Uttarakhand on 4 May. All the manufacturing plants of Hero MotoCorp were closed from 22 March due to Corona virus epidemic.
Hero MotoCorp has increased the prices of its bikes and scooters. The prices of BS6 models have increased from Rs 750 to Rs 2,800 compared to BS4 models. At the same time, speaking of scooters, the price of Hero Destiny 125 scooter alloy wheels-drum brake variant has increased by 700 rupees. However, the price of the steel wheel-drum brake variant of the scooter has not changed. The alloy wheels-drum brake variant is priced at Rs 68,100 and the steel wheels-drum brake variant is Rs 65,310. Drum and disc models of the Maestro Edge 125 scooter are priced at Rs 69,250 and Rs 71,450 respectively.