KTM AG is an Austrian manufacturer of motorcycles and sports cars, known primarily for its off-road motorcycles. In the year 2007, the popular Indian Two-Wheeler manufacturer, Bajaj Auto, bought some stakes of KTM Power Sports AG. By the year 2013, Bajaj Auto accounted for nearly 48% of KTM’s share. This partnership between Bajaj Auto and KTM has resulted in phenomenal sales of the KTM bikes in India, especially the ‘Duke’ models.
KTM Duke is hugely popular with adventure junkies, looking for a quick dose of adrenaline through fast-paced bike racing. However, these off-road motorcycles are not limited to race circuits. The international quality and styling of KTM Dukes has made is a popular choice amongst the Indian youth, especially the college going students. Thus, even though these bikes are priced on the higher sides, you will find many KTM Dukes on the urban streets of India.
KTM 200 DUKE 2019: The latest Duke model comes with a stylish black and orange colour variant. The 200 cc racing bike has built-in high tech components such as state-of-the-art injection electronics, ultralight tubular trellis frame, elegant swingarm, and cutting-edge WP suspension.
KTM 390 DUKE: The 373 cc sports bike boasts of features such as dual disc brakes, split trellis frame, TFT display, and dual-channel ABS by Bosch.
KTM RC 290: The KTM RC 290 was recently updated to improve its riding comfortability. These improvements include the addition of a more comfortable seat, adjustable levers, wide mirrors, and ride-by-wire throttle to combat the jerkiness of associated with a high displacement capacity engine.
KTM 125 DUKE: Although the smallest in the Duke range, KTM 125 Duke holds the title of being India’s first 125cc motorcycle with a liquid-cooled engine. The bike gives a mileage of 46 Kmpl and is excellent for street racing.
The cheapest KTM bike starts at INR 1.25 lakh onwards in India. Add to this the high servicing charges, and the maintenance for a KTM bike becomes even more expensive. In such a scenario, any kind of accidental damage or loss/theft of your KTM bike can put a deep hole in your pocket. Therefore, it is necessary to have a comprehensive risk insurance coverage to protect yourself from the expenses incurred by any accidental damage or from any third-party liability costs. This is precisely why the government of India has mandated a Third-Party Two-Wheeler Insurance under the 1988 Motor Vehicle Act.
The KTM Bike Insurance covers:
Accidental injuries sustained by the rider as well as pillion.
Repair/Replacement of any component of your KTM bike
Loss or damage caused to your KTM bike due to any natural calamity (earthquake, floods, cyclone, hailstorm, typhoons, striking of lightning, etc.)
Loss or damage due to man-made disaster (communal riots, strikes, theft, vandalism, etc.)
Loss/damage to third-party
The KTM Bike Insurance excludes coverage for:
Any loss or damage to your KTM bike against normal wear and tear
Mechanical or electrical breakdown of your KTM bike
Any loss or damage to your two-wheeler when driving without a valid license
Any loss or damage to your two-wheeler, when its insurance policy is not active
Any loss or damage caused to the two-wheeler when the rider is under the influence of alcohol or drugs
Third-party related damage caused when
the two-wheeler insurance policy is not active
the bike rider is under any influence of an intoxicant
damaged caused when riding without a valid license
damages caused due to malicious intent such as to sabotage, theft, etc.
damage due to natural calamities
damage due to electrical/mechanical breakdown of the bike
At Finserv MARKETS, you can choose between two types of insurance plans for your two-wheeler:
Third Party Liability cover: It provides financial coverage only to the third-party in terms of damages caused due to your two-wheeler
Comprehensive cover: It provides coverage against third-party liabilities as well as damages suffered by you and your bike.
You can avail a KTM Bike Insurance at Finserv MARKETS to cover the costs of damage caused due to road accidents, natural calamities or due to man-made disasters.
Some of the key features of the Bajaj Two Wheeler Insurance Plans at Finserv Market include:
Ease of application/Renewal: At Finserv MARKETS, applying for two wheeler insurance is extremely simple. You can initiate the process online through few easy steps. The renewal process for your two-wheeler insurance is equally hassle-free. You also need not subject your vehicle to inspection, even if your insurance has relapsed.
No Third-Party Involvement: At Finserv MARKETS, no part of your insurance process is outsourced to any third party. Right from the initial steps of verifying your application, to the final step of assessing your claim, you can enjoy personalised attention from the insurer.
Round the clock assistance: At Finserv MARKETS, you can enjoy 24x7 assistance on your two-wheeler insurance. Just call on our toll-free number and get instant assistance come rain, hail or storm!
Avail cash-free servicing on your two-wheeler: Finserv MARKETS has associations with over 4000+ garages all over India. You can avail cash free servicing on your KTM bikes in any of these partner garages.
Step 1: Choose your two-wheeler insurance coverage at Finserv MARKETS
Step 2: Fill the KTM Bike Insurance form online by submitting your bike details
Step 3: Get your KTM bike details assessed by the Insurer
Step 4: Complete the payment process
Step 5: Your policy is issued
As soon as you discover any damage or loss/theft of your bike, you can claim your KTM Bike Insurance in the following two ways-
Call on the Toll-free number 1800-209-5858 to get in touch with the customer care executive for two wheeler insurance claim assistance.
Following are the step for filing your two-wheeler insurance claim online:
Step 1: Register your claim online
Step 2: Upload your insurance documents such as policy number, proof of damage, copy of FIR, etc.
Step 3: Get your claim assessed by the Insurer
Step 4: Check your claim status