For 10 years Vento Motorcycles U.S.A. has been dedicated to supplying motorcyclists and powersports enthusiasts around the world with distinctive motorcycles, scooters, ATVs and off-road bikes. In its early years, beginning in 1996, Vento imported products from top industry manufacturers to satisfy a growing demand for quality vehicles at affordable prices.
Vento Motorcycles, U.S.A., is headquartered in San Diego, with assembly facilities in Laredo, Texas, as well as a new marketing, product development, and sales support center in Melbourne, Florida. Vento Motorcycles U.S.A. is led by company president and corporate founder Isaac Calderon. Its corporate offices include its customer care support staff, and product design and development operations, headed by noted designer Mario E. Cisneros. Mahonry Sanchez is responsible for International sales. Vento also has an R&D team based in Italy and an additional design team in Australia.
In 1998, Vento opened a dedicated assembly facility located in Laredo, Texas. The assembly plant was constructed to consolidate Vento’s product range and elevate the build quality of its products, to better compete in the global marketplace. The development of this facility and its modern technologies led directly to Vento products receiving approval of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and certification by both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
Its vehicles’ distinctive design characteristics and affordable pricing have helped Vento Motorcycles U.S.A. become one of the fastest growing motorcycle and powersports companies in America over the past few years. Vento currently has expansion plans underway in North America and is reviewing major opportunities city by city, state by state. On an international level, Vento is the number one motorcycle and powersports retailer in Mexico, Guatemala, Chile, Costa Rica and Puerto Rico and has recently expanded into, Indonesia, Greece, Spain, and Venezuela.
In May 2006, Vento opened its North American sales and support center, located at 1600 Sarno Road, Suite #108, in Melbourne, Florida. The Florida facility provides marketing and product development support for the company’s San Diego management, and support for Vento’s regional sales teams, distributors and dealers across North America. With the opening of the company’s Florida offices, Vento operations now span the U.S. – from Atlantic to Pacific coasts.
Today, Vento Motorcycles’ sales organization is structured through a network of North American dealers in more than 30 states, and more than 20 Distributors worldwide with dealer networks in Europe including Russia, to Central and South America and Mexico. Vento has decreased parts distribution time with Ventonet, an in-house information system that informs store managers of inventory level and parts order status. This network also allows users to file parts claims, warranty claims, pre delivery inspections and download all consumer documents easily and efficiently. Vento recently made its existing warranty program even better, and has added a commercial warranty. That, coupled with the continued introduction of new products and the expansion of it’s product lineup across all Vento families has helped expand the increasing demand for its motorcycles and powersports vehicles.
2007 will see the 10 year anniversary of Vento’s inception. Vento Motorcycles looks forward to a full year of celebration of the achievements and will announce upcoming events throughout the year in San Diego, Laredo, Melbourne, and across North America.
Thanks to our high quality, Vento products are approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (DOT), and certified by both the EPA and the California Air Resources Board, meeting the strictest emission regulations. Our solid effort in using the newest technologies make this possible and it reflects in our mission of providing people with first-class motorcycles at affordable prices.
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