News MV Agusta To Expand Into Canada

MV Agusta To Expand Into Canada

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MV Agusta recently announced it will expand their Italian, exotic motorcycles to the Canadian market, appointing Motovan Corporation as its exclusive importer.

Umberto Uccelli (Sales Director of MV Agusta) says: "We have finally succeeded in obtaining all of the necessary approvals from the Canadian authorities therefore the motorcycles can be imported into Canada for the very first time in the history of MV Agusta.

"After many inquiries from Canadian consumers, we are very proud to have reached an agreement with a reputable Canadian powersports organization such as Motovan."

James Paladino, President and CEO of Motovan Corporation is an Italo-Candian who has always helped maintain Italy’s unique image.

James Paladino says: "We are very happy to be associated with MV Agusta so that our passion lives on in our family. To me, this is a tribute to my father (founder of Motovan) since he worked on MV Agusta motorcycles in the 1950’s from his shop in a little village in Italy."

In the very near future, Motovan will be appointing a small number of high-level dealers in order to sell the prestigious MV Agusta motorcycle brand and obtain good coverage for all enthusiasts who have been waiting for such a long time.

For the first year, the number of MV Agusta motorcycles will be extremely limited therefore Motovan will be launching a mvagustacanada.com which allows the serious buyer the possibility to reserve his or her motorcycle on-line.

This association with Canada demonstrates another step for MV Agusta in its worldwide network expansion plans. Soon, other announcements will be made.

About Motovan Corporation
Established in 1980, Motovan imports, exports, distributes and manufactures replacement parts and accessories for motorized recreational vehicles (Motorcycles/MX, ATVs, snowmobiles) as well as providing logistics services to other powersports organizations. Motovan is the Canadian distribution leader, boasting the largest sales team and network of powersports dealers in Canada. All reference materials, catalogs, industry information, press releases and product features can all be found on-line for your convenience at motovan.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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