Bintelli LLC Has Dealership Territory Openings in all 50 States

Bintelli Bicycles is expanding nationally through an increased dealer network and new e-commerce website.

Charleston, United States - April 21, 2017 /PressCable/ —

The last two months have been quite an exciting time at Bintelli Headquarters. In February, Bintelli debuted their new lines of Bintelli Bicycles and Bintelli ATVs to their dealer family. After the unveiling, its dealers were taken to the Bahamas on a five-day cruise to thank them for their support. The two new product lines have been a great success, and all in-stock inventory sold out within five days. Thousands of units are now in production and are being pre-ordered by dealers nationwide to ensure availability this summer for their retail customers.

Bintelli Bicycles come fully loaded with features such as headlights, taillights, Shimano gearing, lithium-ion batteries, and a two-year bumper-to-bumper warranty. As with all Bintelli products, the electric bicycles are backed by American customer service and full parts support. Bintelli’s initial four models include an economy e bike model that retails for just $999, a beach cruiser, a fat tire off-road bicycle, and a folding electric bicycle that is ideal for use on boats and RVs with the ability to fit in the trunk of a car. Retail customers may purchase Bintelli Bicycles online at www.BintelliBicycles.com and dealer programs are available with margins of over 50%.

Bintelli is also being aggressive with its sign-ups of dealers to carry its line of electric vehicles. They can be shipped worldwide to retail customers, and dealerships are currently being signed up to lock in exclusive territories of Bintelli’s golf carts and low-speed vehicles. With strong dealer margins, parts support, and vehicles with more range, features, and lower price points than comparable units, dealers have been extremely successful carrying this line of electric vehicles. Available online at www.citEcarEV.com, dealerships and retail customers alike may view over forty models available for sale. These vehicles are customizable, including electric golf carts, electric shuttles, commercial electric vehicles, street legal golf carts, low-speed vehicles, and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compatible shuttles, along with a full line of parts and accessories. Bintelli has been manufacturing electric vehicles since 2005 and its recent facility upgrade increased their production capacity by 677%.

Bintelli LLC is a powersport manufacturer and distributor that represents a wide variety of products including Bintelli Scooters, Adly Scooters, citEcar Electric Vehicles, Bintelli Electric Bicycles, Bintelli Electric ATVs, and Bintelli Racing Karts. Headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, Bintelli fully and proudly builds a complete line of citEcar electric vehicles in Charleston, while also distributing high-quality scooters, electric bicycles, ATVs, and racing karts produced in both China and Taiwan to Bintelli’s specifications. All vehicles are backed by industry-leading warranties and are supported by dealerships nationwide. With dealerships fully supported by American parts support, Wells Fargo and Northpoint Flooring, and financing options for all of its products, Bintelli is taking dealership applications for territories in all fifty states.

Contact Info:
Name: Justin Jackrel
Organization: Bintelli Bicycles
Address: 620 Dobbin Road Suite A, Charleston, South Carolina 29414, United States
Phone: +1-843-531-6833

For more information, please visit https://bintellibicycles.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 189184

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