Ducati considers the Indian market as a very important one for its future growth. The Italian two-wheeler manufacturer currently is in the phase of increasing its sales and service outlets across the country. Before 2016 comes to an end, Ducati will inaugurate two more dealerships.
Three states are in contention to get Ducati showrooms within this year. Unfortunately, out of the three only two would be chosen. Calcutta, Hyderabad, and Chennai are the locations that Ducati plans on setting up their new sales and service outlets.
Currently, Ducati has dealerships in the following locations: Mumbai, Delhi, Gurgaon, Bengaluru, and Pune. So far, all Ducati dealers are witnessing a decent number of sales for the premium brand. The increase in sales and service points in the country will further boost sales.
Recently, Ducati launched the all-new 959 Panigale in India, widening its portfolio in the country. The Ducati 959 Panigale is priced at Rs. 14.37 lakh ex-showroom (Mumbai). Deliveries of the new sportbike is expected to commence soon pan India.