Coronavirus impact: KTM extends its warranty and free service period until June 30
KTM has announced the extension of its warranty and free service period until June 30. The decision has been taken considering the nationwide lockdown of 21 days to flatten the Coronavirus spread curve. This will let customers avail of their free services that were due during the lockdown period and the warranty extension will cover those products that have its expiry during the quarantine period.
KTM won't be the first company to extend its warranty and paid service duration amid the Coronavirus shutdown. Bikemakers like TVS, Honda, Yamaha, and Bajaj have also extended their free service and warranty deadlines.
KTM recently announced that it won't be taking part in the EICMA and INTERMOT this year considering the Coronavirus outbreak. BMW Motorrad has also announced the same, the decision has been taken considering the safety of people. While many events across the globe are getting cancelled or postponed, there might be a possibility of shows like EICMA and INTERMOT being called off this year.
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