Photos of the Ducati PJ showroom after a heavy downpour had been circulating on various social media platforms last week. Here is the latest update by Ducati Next Bike Sdn. Bhd on the situation.
Photos of bikes and the Ducati PJ showroom submerged in water had been circulating on social media platforms after the heavy downpour last week. As there are many questions regarding the status of the bikes; Ducati PJ /Next Bike Sdn.Bdh just released a 2nd press statement on the updates of the situation today. (21st April 2020)
Currently, Next Bike is in contact with the owners to provide timely updates on the status of their bikes. They are also working with the relevant authorities to ensure the demo and stock bikes are of the highest standard.
The Press Statement By Next Bike Sdn. Bhd. [21st April 2020]
Following the recent Klang Valley flash flood last week, Ducati Malaysia is committed to meeting the needs of their customers and all parties affected. Since last Thursday, the team has thoroughly assessed all customers’ bikes at the Ducati PJ Service Centre, in accordance to stringent global guidelines set out by Ducati Motor Holding. We are constantly contacting the owners to provide them timely updates on the status of their bikes.
Concurrently, Next Bike is working with the relevant authorities and agencies to ensure that our demo and stock bikes are of the highest standard and quality at all times for the benefit and best interest of our customers
This strong commitment is to be expected from the Ducati brand renowned for its worldwide reputation. Thus, it is our duty to provide customers with Ducati bikes of top-notch quality.