New Suzuki motorcycle dealership opens in Rákosmente
From now on, Motor Center Gyulai distributes Suzuki motorcycles too in the 17th district of Budapest. Thus, the number of Suzuki motorcycle dealerships has risen to twelve in the country.
From this year, Motor Center Gyulai distributes motorcycles too in Rákosmente. At the official opening ceremony of the dealership, the ribbon was cut by Tamás Gyulai, owner of Gyulai Group and János Hársfalvi, Marketing Manager of Magyar Suzuki Zrt.
“Hungary’s motorcycle market expanded by 14 % in 2015 compared to the previous year. Suzuki sold 269 motorcycles, which is a great, 68% increase compared to 2014, when 160 Suzuki motorcycles were sold. The promising trade figures justify the expansion of our dealer network with a new unit, this time in Budapest,” János Hársfalvi said.
“In a changing market environment, only companies with a solid background and established strategy can get by. The Gyulai Group with nearly 25 years of experience in car sale chose revival and expansion when they opened a motorcycle dealership at the foot of the Keresztúri street overpass,” said Tamás Gyulai who considers Suzuki joining the group of distributed brands a key step in the life of the company.
After cutting the ribbon, the marketing manager of Magyar Suzuki Zrt. wished the traders good luck and presented them a porcelain cat waving with its left paw to the customers, which brings good luck and wealth.
After the opening ceremony, a test day was held at the weekend. Guests could try legendary and new models like Hayabusa, the king of high-performance sport motorcycles, and Inazuma, the “striking lightning in the storm.”
Motor Center Gyulai supports its customers with various bank financing plans and with the inclusion of already existing motorcycles and scooters. Besides selling new motorcycles, they are at their customers’ service when it comes to servicing, as well as conducting MOT tests and selling parts.
Motor Center Gyulai is the 12th motorcycle dealership of the brand selling motorcycles in Hungary.