Ducati enters pre-owned motorcycle segment in India with Ducati Approved
Ducati India has entered the pre-owned motorcycle segment with its Ducati Approved program.
Through the Ducati Approved program, Ducati uses its team of qualified Ducati Service technicians who select and inspect every bike, certifying its history. Certain pre-conditions have been put in place before a used Ducati bike can be sold under the program. They need to be less than five years old, have less than 50,000 kms under the clock and need to undergo 35 technical checks before being approved.
The program also includes the assistance that any other Ducati owner can avail of in India. This includes roadside assistance and a 12-month warranty coverage with the possibility of warranty being transferred to the new owner in case of the motorcycle being sold. Under this program, costs of materials and labour charges will be covered by Ducati dealers without any advance payment and as per agreed terms & conditions.
The company hopes that with the Ducati Approved program, biking enthusiasts can enter the Ducati world with the certainty of its quality and just one thought; enjoying authentic Italian performance. Its entire range, from the Scrambler to the Panigale V4 is covered.
Sergi Canovas, MD of Ducati India said "Our entry in the pre-owned segment in India will make Ducati more accessible to passionate bikers who aspire for the luxurious & premium experience offered by Ducati motorcycles. I believe that Ducati Approved program will help bike enthusiasts in upgrading themselves to their dream machine in a cost efficient and assured manner. With this program, our aim is to sell bikes with the same level of sophistication and authenticity as offered with a new Ducati."
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