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Ducati India to sell used bikes that are less than 5 yrs old, 50k mileage

Ducati Approved programme has now been introduced in India. This sees the manufacturer’s presence in the pre-owned bike market in India. A Ducati pre-owned motorcycle undergoes a 35 check process, and bikes on offer are less than five years old.

Ducati appoints qualified Ducati Service technicians who select and inspect every bike to certify its history. Each bike’s certified mileage is lower than 50,000 km and is certified as Ducati Approved.

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Ducati Approved programme brings with it the security of specialized assistance by the Ducati network in India including Roadside Assistance. 12-month warranty coverage is offered (T&C Apply) with a possibility of warranty transfer to a new owner in a sale.

Material cost, and labour charges are undertaken by Ducati dealers by eliminating the need for advance payment within the scope of terms and conditions agreed upon. The certified global programme opens the market to new biking enthusiasts who can rely on quality, and experience Italian performance.

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Sergi Canovas, Managing Director 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.”

Ducati’s product range in India is largely popular as the company repeatedly makes available its new global range in India in quicktime. Ducati India Pvt. Ltd., in partnership with Volkswagen Finance Private Limited (‘VWFPL’) offers Ducati Financial Services (DFS) for personalized financing solutions to customers through its Indian dealer network.

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