Ducati India launches financing arm, looks to pep up sales
Ducati Financial Services launches financing solutions with zero percent interest rate for selected models.
Ducati India, in partnership with Volkswagen Finance, has launched Ducati Financial Services (DFS), which offers Ducati customers a personalised financing solution through the Ducati dealer network across India.
Ducati Financial Services offers competitive interest rates, flexible loan tenures and tailored finance products. Accessories financing is also part of this financing program.
“We are constantly endeavouring to add more value to the Ducati buying and ownership experience. This year, we have already introduced the unlimited kilometres roadside assistance service and Ever Red – a two-year extended warranty programme for our customers,” said Sergi Canovas, managing director of Ducati India. “With this partnership, our customers will be able to access bespoke financial products specifically tailored for them.”
“With our unique financing solutions coupled with the marvel of Ducati bikes, the intent is to offer a one-stop solution to the customers. One which is tailored to the financial and aspirational requirements of the customers,” said Patrik Riese, managing director and CEO of Volkswagen Finance India
To celebrate the launch of Ducati Financial Services, Ducati India has announced a zero percent interest rate plan for selected models. For a limited period, customers will be required to pay monthly EMIs starting as low as Rs 19,999.
Ducati Financial Service advisors are present at all Ducati dealerships across Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Ahmedabad, Kochi and Kolkata.
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