Coronavirus Outbreak: Ducati India defers price hike on extended warranty till May-end

Luxury motorcycle brand Ducati India on Wednesday said it has deferred price hike on extended warranty till 31 May, 2020

Press Trust of India April 22, 2020 11:49:15 IST
Coronavirus Outbreak: Ducati India defers price hike on extended warranty till May-end

New Delhi: Luxury motorcycle brand Ducati India on Wednesday said it has deferred price hike on extended warranty till 31 May, 2020.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the price hike on extended warranty will now come into effect from 1 June, 2020, the company said in a statement.

Coronavirus Outbreak Ducati India defers price hike on extended warranty till Mayend

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The offer will be extended for customers whose motorcycles will be out of warranty during the lockdown period of 24 March till 3 May, it added.

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"We at Ducati, are fully committed towards providing the best services to our customers and will stand together with them during this global pandemic," Ducati India Managing Director Bipul Chandra said in a statement.

With the relaxation in the extended warranty price hike, the company hopes to add support to the Ducati family, he added.

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The extended warranty programme can be activated on the purchase of a new Ducati or during the standard warranty period, the company said.

The offer is valid across Ducati dealerships in Delhi – NCR, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kochi, Kolkata, Chennai, and Hyderabad.

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