HeadquartersBuenos Aires, Argentina
ProductsMotorcycles, Mopeds,

Zanella is an Argentine motorcycle manufacturer founded in 1948, originally using 100 and 125 cc engines designed by Fabio Taglioni[1][2] and licensed from Ceccato motorcycles of Italy.[3] Zanella builds small motorcycles, mopeds and ATVs. Zanella formerly manufactured go-karts.

Zanella also produces the ZMax series of three-wheel motorcycles (trikes) and light trucks.[4]


Zanella's makes mopeds, motorbikes, bikes, quads, karts and 4-stroke engines, ranging from 50 to 500 cc. However, only the mopeds are manufactured in Argentina, at its plants in Caseros and San Luis; while almost all other products are imported; usually in the form of knock down kits.

Its plants have an installed production capacity (between manufacture and assembly of imported motorcycles) of 12,000 units per month. It is expected that the export plan will lead to the production level up to 14,000 units per month, returning to the levels of previous employment of approximately 1,000 direct employees and 3,000 indirect employees.

On December 22 was held at the plant Zanella in Caseros, Buenos Aires, the official presentation of the Chamber of Manufacturers, dealers and suppliers of motor vehicles (Cámara de Fabricantes, Concesionarios y Proveedores de Motovehículos - CAFACOM), which brings together traders motorcycles, scooters, ATVs and related vehicles and their Iberoamércia parts. At the ceremony were representatives of dealers, suppliers, General Confederation entrepreneur of Argentina (CGERA) Chairman Marcelo Fernandez.[5]

"As a national company, Zanella is constantly developing projects in defense of the motorcycle industry and the interests of customers; and that is why we are promoting the creation of the House of Moto, to get more and better benefits for both manufacturers and traders.[5]

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