Based on the cooperation agreement, signed at a worldwide level, the over 1,100 points of sale of the French motorbike manufacturer will use TEXA’s solutions for repair activities.

The diagnostics dedicated to the world of two-wheelers is significantly growing, and with it, also new partnership agreements between TEXA and the major global manufacturers. The latest one was signed with Sherco, a Nîmes-based company created in 1998 by Marc Teissier and Andreu Codina, both former trial riders, and currently the main French manufacturer of trial, enduro and rally motorbikes.

As of today, the network of Sherco dealerships and authorised workshops, over 1,100 in the world, will use TEXA’s solutions. More specifically, the innovative vehicle interface Navigator TXB Zero, a miniaturised tool designed for BIKE OEM customers, along with a version of the IDC5 BIKE software specifically customised for Sherco, with a tailored vehicle coverage, to perform official diagnostic activities, identify and repair malfunctions, as well as to perform maintenance and check procedures on the on-board electronics.

The Sherco brand, present in 5 continents and over 70 countries, adds to the long list of prestigious cooperations already active with AJP, Benelli Q.J., Betamotor, Bimota, Brough Superior, Ducati, Fantic Motor, F.B. Mondial, MGK Hellenic Motor, Moto Morini, MV Agusta, SWM, SYM Italia, Padana Sviluppo, confirming TEXA’s absolute leadership in this field.

Mario Giacomella, Bike and Marine Product Manager at TEXA: “I’ve known Sherco for many years and I’ve always been impressed with the quality of its bikes, an actual concentration of top-level technology and know-how. The fact that it chose TEXA as its partner for official diagnostics is certainly a source of pride and a further confirmation of the excellent work that we carry out every day. As I often say, for maintenance activities on two-wheelers today it is essential to use advanced tools, such as ours, that can identify any kind of malfunction in next to no time and solve it with the utmost precision”.



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