Ducati Releases Financial Offers & Roadside Assistance For Festive Season
By Kingshuk Dutta
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Published on October 6, 2016
- Ducati India has tied up with Yes Bank to provide financing offers
- The manufacturer has collaborated India Assistance to provide 24/7 RSA
- Ducati will also soon commence Demo Road Show across the country
The festivities are about to begin and Ducati India would like more and more enthusiasts to partake in the revelries with it. The Italian motorcycle maker has tied up with Yes Bank, which is India's 5th largest private sector bank for providing customised loan options best suited for customers. There will be multiple financial options available for Ducati customers across all Ducati dealerships. For the time being, customers can also avail of a limited-offer scheme wherein Ducati will waive off up to 3 EMI payments. Of course, this offer is valid only in cities where Yes Bank has a presence.
The other update from Ducati is that it has started a 24/7 roadside assistance program in association with India Assistance. It is a subsidiary of Mapfre Assistance, one of the leading roadside assistance companies. This program will provide round the clock roadside assistance to registered Ducati owners from all the five dealerships that are there in India.
Ducati will soon be commencing the first phase of the Demo Road Show weekends starting from October, 2016. The first road show kicks off in Mangalore on 8th and 9th October, 2016. The other cities where the Demo Road Show will happen are Gurgaon, Coimbatore and Goa. The dates for these venues will be announced soon. The Demo Road Show will allow enthusiasts to get to know Ducati better along with booking demo rides for various models from the Ducati portfolio. Plus, there will also be a mini-showroom of sorts where people can buy official Ducati merchandise and apparel as well.
Ravi Avalur, MD, Ducati India Pvt. Ltd. Said, "This year we've launched four new Ducatis in India including the XDiavel, 959 Panigale, Multistrada Enduro and Hypermotard and the response has been fantastic! We're seeing increased demand from smaller cities and wanted to make our motorcycles even more accessible to enthusiasts who want to experience the exhilaration of riding a Ducati. In India, riding season and festive season converge and there was no better time to roll out our collection of offers for the riding community."
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