Daelim Finds A New Home
Mojo Motorcycles now official importer for Daelim Scooters and Motorcycles in Australia.
Forward by Allen Drysdale
Australia has a new Daelim Importer/Distributor. Mojo Motorcycles is currently the importer for TGB, Sachs and CF Moto product and has now added Daelim, the quality Korean brand. Look out for scooters like the B-Bone(Pictured Below) that will finally, yes finally make their way to Australian shores.
Press Release by Mojo Motorcycles
Mojo Motorcycles appointed as official Australian Daelim distributor
Leading motorcycle & scooter distributor, Mojo Motorcycles today announced a new distributorship relationship with Korean manufacturer, Daelim Motor Corporation.
Under the terms of the new relationship Mojo Motorcycles will be responsible for the distribution, sales and marketing of Daelim’s exciting range of motorcycles and scooters within Australia.
As Korea’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters, Daelim holds an enviable reputation for quality, offering a number of models which have been refined over the organisations thirty year history.
The company will offer Australian consumers a revised line-up of motorcycles and scooters targeted toward the local market.
The new product line-up will be spearheaded by the VJF250, an aggressively styled sports bike with a liquid cooled 250cc EFI engine.
The VJF250 is set to shake up the competitive learner approved market, offering a low seat height, front and rear disc brakes, exceptional build quality and an extremely competitive price point.
Mojo Motorcycle General Manager Michael Poynton was excited about not only the VJF250, but the entire revised product line up.
“Our revised product line-up, including the VJF250, will fit exceptionally well within the current market place and offer consumers a real choice” commented Poynton.
“We are extremely impressed with the build quality of these products and once our new pricing structure is revealed I’m sure our customers will be too” he concluded.
All products offered in Australia will be supported by a two year, unlimited kilometre warranty.
A complete product line-up and competitive pricing structure is expected to be confirmed by the end of next month.
Stock of the VJF250 is expected to be available in early November