LML launches new look ‘Freedom’ in Jammu


Jammu, Sept 10: LML World today launched a new look ‘Freedom’ at JK automobiles in Jammu. The price range of this modified bike starts from Rs. 45,500 onwards and will be available in Jammu through Jay Kay Automobiles and their sub-dealers.
The modified ‘Freedom’ bike was launched in by National Sales Head of LML World, Sumit Chatterji, while Directors of Batra Group, Manik Batra and Bhisham Batra were also present on the occasion. Speaking about the market scenario, Sumit said, “The specialised bikes market is at a nascent stage in India. Our principal aim is to sensitize the consumers and create a new market for the possible options available in limited range.”
Manik Batra, Director, JK Automobiles, said, “While the Indian market is no stranger to the two wheelers of LML world, the look and feel of the freedom has been very limited so far. Now, Freedom is a great brand after its modification. We are proud to associate with LML world from the beginning and jointly develop the two wheelers in the country, something that people desire for, but have been missing.”

Lastupdate on : Tue, 10 Sep 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
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