- Friday 18 Oct 2019
Bajaj Auto introduces best festive offer for its motorcycles
Team Udayavani, Oct 2, 2019, 9:37 AM IST
Ahead of the festive season, Bajaj Auto has introduced its best ever offer for its customers. Buyers can avail savings of up to Rs.7,200 across Bajaj dealerships in all the major markets. Key benefits of the offer include an attractive cash discount, five years of free warranty and additional savings on free services.
The festive offering is available on the CT110, the Platina, Pulsar and Avenger range of bikes as well as the Dominar 400. Customers purchasing these bikes from 23rd September 2019 would effectively get huge savings ranging from Rs.3,200 on the CT110 right up to Rs.7,200 on the Dominar. The offer will be available for a limited period across Bajaj Auto dealerships in key markets.
Commenting on the same, Mr Sarang Kanade, President, Motorcycle Business, Bajaj Auto said “We are delighted to introduce this exciting offer to add to the festive cheer and celebrations. This is a unique opportunity for our customers to take home a Bajaj bike at an unbeatable price along with a slew of additional benefits. This offer together with attractive financing options makes it even easier to own a Bajaj Motorcycle and provides our customers with another reason to celebrate this festive season.”
Customers can visit www.bajajauto.com/festiveoffer to know more about discounts.
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