Ducati India Dealerships Now at Full Throttle
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Ducati Motor Holding continues to broaden its worldwide reach with more and more dealerships, the latest arriving in India.

Ducati has re-entered the Indian market with the official subsidiary, Ducati India Private Limited, and has opened three world-class dealerships in Mumbai, Delhi and Gurgaon. Ducati reports that Infinity has opened a dealership in Mumbai, and AMP has established dealerships in Delhi and Gurgaon; the latter claimed to be Ducati’s largest showroom in their global network.

Ducati is on target with its plans in India; all three dealerships are now fully operational, and include full service facilities.

Ducati India Pvt Ltd – Managing Director, Ravi Avalur, says: “Our intention was to open in India with an official Ducati presence only when we were absolutely ready. I can now confirm that our after-sales service centres will ensure exactly the same high standards achieved across Ducati’s global network. We really appreciate the efforts put in by AMP and Infinity in setting up these world class dealerships in record time.”

Ducati reports that in addition to a new dealership opening in Bangalore shortly, Ducati India is also currently identifying, confirming and training a network of highly qualified and enthusiastic dealers ready to offer the 2015 models in other key cities and is confident that every dealership will transfer its passion and dedication for the brand into great service for its customers. Ducati India is set to execute the same intensive program of training provided globally, replicating the identical high standards of after-sales service that the iconic Italian brand is known for providing around the world.

Ducati’s entry is perfectly timed to receive the brand new Ducati Scrambler, an avant-garde model family that will introduce an entirely new motorcycling lifestyle. Ducati’s official presence in India will be further underlined by the availability of the Italian manufacturer’s range of motorcycles, including the Diavel, Hypermotard, Monster and Superbike, Ducati reports.