Well, we should take an inspiration from this Italian motorcycle manufacturer, who has failed in its first attempt to enter Indian market, but this never give-up attitude brings it back on charts for Indian enthusiasts. It was 19th June, 2015 when this Italian motorcycle manufacturer has made its official comeback in the country. With three authorized operational dealerships in Gurgaon, Delhi and Mumbai, Ducati has come-up with an excellent facilities and after-sales services for its renowned Ducati owners.
The Gurgaon located Ducati dealership is crowned as the world’s largest dealership, spread across 2,694 square meters (28,998 square feet) and the building has covered five floors. Addressed at Plot No. B-9, Infocity, Sector 34, Gurgaon, Delhi NCR, it will be showcasing its complete range of sports motorcycles to be offered to Indian aficionados. Talking about the offered range of motorcycles, it comprises of 5 several segments, i.e. Monster, Diavel, Hypermotard, Superbikes and yes of-course the lately introduced Ducati Scrambler; displaying 13 products in total.
Ducati Scrambler is making its special appearance carrying the most affordable price tag of INR 6.38 Lacs and the maximum reaches for Ducati Panigale R with INR 46.75 Lacs (Ex-Showroom Delhi). The Italian firm is also providing world-class facilities in its showroom majorly comprises of after-sales services, Ducati’s very own official apparels and merchandise. The on-board motorcycles are Hypermotard, Hyperstrada, Monster, S2R, 795 and 821 and all the available models of Diavel and Superbike Series.
Pierfrancesco Scalzo, Asia General Manager of Ducati, says about firm’s official comeback, “In 2013 we began our groundwork in India and our belief in the market has been reaffirmed. This has been possible with great partners such as AMP, Infinity and VST. I have traveled extensively across the length and breadth of India, met Ducatisti, felt their passion and know that we will be successful in this country, Ducati will provide the same high standards of service in India as we do everywhere else in the world.”