has not officially announced the prices of its motorcycles in India, Motown
India has learnt that its bikes in the country could cost in the price range of
Rs 6.00 lakh + to Rs 17 lakh + approximately (ex showroom, Haryana). The
legendary Scrambler motorcycle could cost upwards of Rs 6 lakh while the
Monster model could also be in the range of Rs 6 lakh + to Rs 9 lakh +.
The exciting sports
cruiser Diavel is expected to be in the range of Rs 14 lakh + to Rs 17 lakh +. The
Panigale comes at a cost of Rs 13 lakh +.
meantime Ducati announced its official entry into the country by launching one
of the largest Ducati dealerships in the world in New Delhi. At the event,
Ducati India Pvt. Ltd. also took the opportunity to introduce two new variants
of the legendary Scrambler. The new variants include the Scrambler Classic and
the Scrambler Full Throttle.
in 90 countries around the world and 825 dealerships set up globally, Ducati already
has set up two dealerships in India. The first one is located Bandra, Mumbai
with a service centre in Worli with Infinity Motors, while the Delhi dealership
is located in Gurgaon near Hero Honda Chowk set up by AMP motors. AMP Motors
has also set up a mini Ducati showroom in Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj, New
announced that their next dealership in Bangalore will be inaugurated in
October 2015 with VST Motors in UB City. Ducati announced their “Phase 1” dealer
network plan also includes dealerships in Pune and Hyderabad which will be
operational soon in addition to the existing ones in Delhi and Mumbai. “Phase 2”
includes dealerships in Kolkata, Chennai, Cochin, Chandigarh, Indore, Goa and
motorcycles that will be available in India from the Ducati rage are as
Diavel – Sports Cruiser
Titanium (Limited Edition)- (500 units to be manufactured globally)
Hypermotard – Adventure
Monster – Naked Sport Bike
Multistrada – Touring Bike
Panigale – Supersports
Scalzo, General Manager Sales and Marketing Asia said: “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
travelled 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.”
Managing Director, Ducati India Pvt. Ltd. said; “We introduced the Scrambler
Icon in June and were overwhelmed with the positive response from our customers.
Now, we’re proud to unveil the Scrambler Classic and Full Throttle and are
confident that motorcyclists will love these versatile machines also. Of the
two new Scrambler variants introduced, the Classic is aimed at those who
appreciate attention to detail and 1970s style, but who don’t want to
compromise on riding pleasure and functionality. The Full Throttle version,
inspired by the flat track world, is destined for those who want a motorcycle
perfect for every-day use and with a distinctive racing style.”
motorcycles are available on order from their respective dealerships already;
detailed confirmed pricing for all models will be released soon.
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