Piaggio Vehicles Pvt Ltd (PVPL), a 100 % subsidiary of the Italian Piaggio Group celebrated a historic milestone of rolling-out its 2.5 millionth small commercial vehicle (SCV) in India.
The SCV was rolled-out from the assembly line of Baramati an Apé Xtra LDX.
On this significant occasion, Piaggio also announced an exciting volley of customer-centric initiatives, ‘The Super Warranty’ program and the personal accident insurance program, to extend extra value to its customers.
Piaggio also launched a new range of Apé CNG/ LPG vehicles
The introduction of the new range of CNG/LPG vehicles is a strategic initiative from Piaggio to reinforce its commitment of providing path-breaking solutions in the last mile transportation segments.
The Ape’ Xtra LDX and Apé Auto DX are part of the new water-cooled engine technology range. These variants of Apé are the first of its kind in the industry with water-cooled engines and offer best in class performance in terms of power, pick-up, mileage & maintenance.
According to the new range of vehicles will meet the growing demand for commercial vehicle mobility solutions particularly suited to intra-city travel in India, and equipped with the latest-generation eco-friendly engines and state-of-the-art technological features.
The Super Warranty program
To commemorate the 2.5 millionth vehicle rollout milestone and to strengthen its relationship with customers, Piaggio announced a one of its kind warranty and insurance program for its customers.
Under the industry first ‘Super Warranty’ program, customers buying Apé Diesel 3w vehicles will get a warranty for 42 months or 1.2 lakh kilometres (whichever is earlier).
Customers buying the Ape’ CNG/ LPG/ Petrol 3 w vehicles will be entitled to a warranty of 36 months or 1 lakh kilometres (whichever is earlier) .
To add further value to its customers, each Piaggio customer buying a 3wh vehicle from today will be entitled to a personal accident Insurance cover of Rs. 1 lakh.
Piaggio also retails the Vespa, Aprilia and Moto Guzzi two-wheelers bands in the Indian market.