Norton Motorcycles UK Limited (NMUL) has recalled its V4-SS over severe safety issues. The British brand has identified defects and safety issues on the V4-SS bikes sold in 2019 and early 2020. The liquidator of the company, Binder Dijker Otte (BDO) has sent a letter to the respective bike owners to file a claim for their loss. Read full story
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In the press announcement, the two-wheeler brand confirmed that the updated Norton V4SS will be launched very soon. The motorcycle will be available in limited numbers, and Norton will only produce 200 units of the V4 SS.Read full story
TVS is planning to re-launch Norton Motorcycles in India. TVS Motors had acquired the British brand in August last year in an all-cash deal of GBP16 million which converts to Rs 153 crore. TVS is now helping the British brand with its global reach and supply chain to get back on track.
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It has just been a few days since the TVS acquired Norton Motorcycles and the company has already put up a new strategy in place. The Hosur-based company is working on a plan to deliver Norton motorcycles to the customers who have made the deposits. Read full story