Italika motorcycles becomes most popular in Mexico

By: On: June 5th, 20104 Comments »Updated: October 5, 2012

Italika RT 200 motorcycleItalika motorcycles are currently the most popular brand selling in Mexico.  According to motorcycle industry publications, Italika enjoys 55% market share now in Mexico for new motorcycle sales.

Italkia has motorcycles, scooters and atvs have engine sizes ranging from 90cc to 200cc rated from 5hp to 15hp.

The Italika motorcycles factory is located in Toluca, just west of Mexico City, and has an amazing capacity to build up to 350,000 units per year.  This is the largest motorcycle factory in Mexico and Latin America.

If you are interested to buy an Italika outside of Mexico, dealers are also in Guatemala, Honduras, Panama and Peru.  There are currently more than 500 authorized Italika dealers within this group of countries.

Worried about spare parts availability? A simple system is in place where the customer, or the dealer, can order spare parts directly from Italika’s centralized warehouse.  They promise to ship within 72 hours. That’s pretty good service, and it’s no wonder they have grown to be the most popular selling brand or motorcycle in Mexico today.

About John Clay

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4 Responded

  1. luis barrera says:

    En donde en los angeles puedo comprar un moto italika?

  2. Lulu delaney says:

    Yo Vivo en Texas y quisiera saber donde en la frontera se encuentra un distribuidor de Italika,mi motoneta esta dentro de la garantia y me urge encontrar un distribuidor

  3. omar montano bravo says:

    how can i buy an italika in the usa.

  4. Rick Williams says:

    Yes, it is true ITALIKA does sell a lot of there chinese made motorcycles in Mexico. However, trying to replacement screws, bolts and certain rubber covering parts ie.rear cover for headlamp. Is none exsistant. Even calling the warehouse in Toluca didn’t help. Buyer be ware!!!