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KTM offers FREE rewards package on purchase of all motorcycles

Nizam Shaikh
Written by Nizam Shaikh

Popular Powersports manufacturer KTM India has announced new customer-centric campaign with multiple owner benefits available across the country. The motorcycle manufacturer has announced multiple rewards offers for customer’s who book any KTM motorcycle before 20th of September 2020. Normally, the package would be priced at INR 5,000 but during the offer period it comes at no extra charge for customer.

The limited period reward offer will come as the part of the package available on all KTM motorcycles and offers benefits such as a free three-year additional warranty over and above the existing two-year warranty, free one year Road Side Assistance plan and a chance to win an iPhone 11 & multiple KTM merchandises every week. 

The brand has also announced new customer-centric finance schemes for customers who wish to acquire the brand’s flagship Adventure motorcycle in India the KTM 390 Adventure. The KTM 390 Adventure is positioned in the booming travel-enduro segment and motorcycling enthusiasts can now avail the Adventure-style motorcycle with the new BS6 engine at EMIs starting from INR 6999. 

The ADV is priced at INR 3.04 lakh ex-showroom, Delhi but the new finance scheme consist of 80% coverage of the on-the-road price with a loan tenure of 5 years and customers can also avail finance schemes from Bajaj Finance Ltd and HDFC Bank with up to 95% finance coverage and is available with low-interest rates along with flexible tenures. 

In other news, the brand is also being rumoured to have been upgrading its quarter-litre streetfighter the KTM 250 Duke with a new LED headlamp setup similar to the KTM 390 Duke which is also likely to come at an added cost of approximately INR 4800 more taking the price to around INR 2.10 lakh ex-showroom

KTM entered the Indian market in 2012 and since the brand has grown its presence in over 365 cities & 460 stores and the brand has built a strong customer base with more than 2.5 lakh motorcycle enthusiast. 

KTM 250 Duke