Bangkok Motorshow 2015

jsbkk

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Was at the Motorshow yesterday. Lots of new entries and the bike market in Thailand is getting interesting. :thumbup:

Zero Motorcycles

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Here are the Specs

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jsbkk

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Wierdo from Yamaha

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Beauties from Yamaha

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The mighty R1

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WR250

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SR400 in white

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SR400 in Black

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Cruiser from Yamaha

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Pricelist

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Dealer Location in Bangkok

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jsbkk

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The interesting ones from Triumph :)

Tiger 800 XCx

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Tiger 800 XRx

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Pricelist

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jsbkk

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Suzuki

2015 Vstrom 650
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Touring Version
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Vstrom 1000 2015
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Hayabusa
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Ugly butt
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Gladius 650
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Pricelist
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nikster

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Thanks for posting all the price lists - fantastic! Kinda liked the cut-off versions of the Gold Wing..

WHOA!!! I guess I missed this!!! Triumph are now selling for actual built-in-Thailand prices?! Finally gave up on the re-importing scheme?
 

jsbkk

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Most welcome guys. Delivery times for the 800XCx and 800GS is 6months and 4 months.
 

Franz

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Great report and fotos !! Not the nilly-willy-non-bike-related-rubbish I have seen somewhere else. Fotos, pricelists, adresses, just like it should be, thanks for the effort !!
Bikewise the Ducs, the V-Strom650 and some other bikes caught my eye but personally I haven's seen something as ugly as the Honda NM4, or not since Victory bikes were introduced worldwide. Maybe they share the same designer :wtf:
Zero will need to work on their pricing if they ever want to make it onto the worldstage of turnover in numbers because for that money not many buyers will take the financial plunge................
 

jsbkk

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Franz;303139 wrote: Great report and fotos !! Not the nilly-willy-non-bike-related-rubbish I have seen somewhere else. Fotos, pricelists, adresses, just like it should be, thanks for the effort !!
Thanks.... next time will try to include the dollies and the pretties :lol:
 

Ian Bungy

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That is absolutely Staggering! No Wonder We are stuck in Traffic Jams all the Bloody Time! Great Effort from Triumph selling 379 Bikes! Pales into comparison of the Car Sales, Toyota selling 5703! Ridiculous! Quite Sad really!

NickyBKK;303159 wrote: Let's also ad some sales figures in this thread.

The biggest surprises for me are: Ducati with 143 bikes. Taken into account the new Scrambler I find the figures on the low side. Especially when comparing to KTM with 119 units sold during the show.

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monsterman

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Ducati already have big sales presence in Thailand so selling 143 bikes is not so bad they sold more than 2600 retail last year,i will bet most shows orders were for scrambler ,
when triumph only sold 191 bikes all year so to sell 379 at the show is a massive boost and is in reality fueled by the recent sensibly price cuts ....I expect triumph sales to expand to over 1500 bikes next year in thailand.