Ducati inaugurates new dealership in Ahmedabad; the showroom will offer entire range of the Italian brand available in India
Italian two wheeler manufacturer Ducati enters Gujarat with a new dealership launched in Ahmedabad. With the launch of this new dealership in Ahmedabad, Ducati starts its business in five major cities across the country – Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune and Ahmedabad. The dealership also comes with adjacent service centre, and it comes as part of the company’s strategic expansion policy in the country.
Tying up with Supernova group in Gujarat Ducati’s launched the Ahmedabad showroom, which is set over 6,000 square foot area on S.G Highway, and the service centre of the dealership also offers state of art facility. This showroom will offer the company’s entire range available in India, and the service centre is equipped with highly trained and efficient service personnel.
Talking about the new showroom launch, Mr. Ravi Avalur, the Managing Director of Ducati India has said, Ahmedabad has been a key city for the company’s growth plan in the country, as the demand for premium bikes are increasing the in the state. Mr. Ravi Avalur also says, the new showroom will deliver unparallel buying experience to the customers.
The Ducati presently sells Diavel, Diavel Carbon, Hypermotard, Hypermotard SP, Hyperstrada, Scrambler, Multistrada etc. It also comes offering superbikes like Panigale range including different models like 959 Panigale, 1299 Panigale, 1299 Panigale S, Panigale R and the all new 1299 Panigale S Anniversario. The Ducati Scrambler range comes with a starting price of Rs. 7,43,000 (ex-showroom, Ahmedabad).
Talking about the launch Mr. Jainit Mistry, the Managing Director of Motonova Superbikes Pvt Ltd. has said, how the customers have shown interest even before the showroom launched. The business group is one of the largest in the state, and it comes with an eight years of experience in the premium automotive business with a large Audi dealership network across the state.
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