KTM India rolls out new extended warranty offer

Austrian manufacturer KTM has rolled out a customer-centric campaign that consists of multiple benefits with ownership of a KTM bike. Many manufacturers have rolled out such schemes and financial offers to boost customer sentiment during these unprecedented times. People are now opting for personal means of transport because of the reduced risk of contracting the virus as compared to public means of transport. This has also lead to a rise in demand in entry-level bikes and cars. KTM aims to take advantage of this situation by offering customer benefits like free three-year warranty over the standard two-year warranty, free roadside assistance for one year along with a chance to win an iPhone 11 and KTM merchandise every week.

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Please explain about the KTM India offers

These offers will help in assisting the sales of bikes and KTM India as a brand offers quite a lot for potential buyers. The Indian KTM fleet starts with the 125cc naked Duke to the 790cc scalpel. And there is also a supersport range that goes with the pre-fix RC. The brand has disrupted the two-wheeler market with its offerings and has taken over as a fierce competitor. The aforementioned offer is only valid up to September 20, 2020. The benefits package is valued at around Rs 5000 and it will be free of cost for the customers only for a limited period. Further information will be posted on the official media handle of KTM.

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KTM India is looking to bring in the BS6 790 Duke. The motorcycle received very good response especially around March 2020. The company had offered a discount of up to Rs 2 lakh on its flagship bike. This resulted in the few units that were left, being lapped up. When the BS6 unit comes, KTM will want to make it here, thereby reducing the price even more.


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