News Ducati and FreedomRoad Partner to Offer Motorcycle Financing

Ducati and FreedomRoad Partner to Offer Motorcycle Financing

New partnership provides low payments for Ducati Monster 696 and 848 Superbike.

Ducati North America and FreedomRoad Financial are excited to announce an official partnership that will provide retail financing for the full line of Ducati motorcycles in the United States.

FreedomRoad Financial, a company focused on the powersports industry, has seized the opportunity to work with Ducati North America on its retail financing efforts in the United States. Freedom Road’s in depth knowledge of the current motorcycle market and Ducati’s strong performance in North America makes the partnership a great fit for both brands.

As a partner, FreedomRoad is dedicating significant resources towards Ducati to ensure quick and aggressive approvals for Ducati buyers and to provide exceptional support to the Ducati dealer network. Freedom Road has further committed to the partnership by signing on as an official sponsor of Team Foremost Pegram Racing, Ducati’s Superbike racing team in the US.

"Ducati is excited to offer our customers remarkable financing on two of our most popular models," said Jason Chinnock; Sales Director at Ducati North America. "With this new retail financing promotion it has never been a better time to buy a Monster 696 or 848 Superbike."

Ducati and FreedomRoad are excited about the partnership and the launch of their first promotional retail financing program that supports the Ducati Monster and Superbike families. With payments as low as $119 per month for a Monster 696*, or $179 per month for an 848 Superbike**, there has never been a better time to finance a new Ducati. The offers provided through FreedomRoad are a means of entering the Ducati family via the premium brand’s two most accessible motorcycles.

For more information about FreedomRoad’s special financing for Ducati‘s Monster and Superbike families, please visit www.ducatiusa.com or an authorized Ducati dealer near you.

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