Ever Red is the exclusive warranty extension offered by Ducati. With Ever Red you can extend the warranty of your new bike by 12 or 24 months. Activate when purchasing your bike* and enjoy the road, concentrating only on where you want to go.
* The Ever Red 12 or 24 month warranty extension can only be activated when you purchase your new bike from an official Ducati dealer. The added warranty cost can be financed together with the bike. A truly interesting opportunity, as including Ever Red in the financing only costs a few pounds per month.
How much does Ever Red cost? The suggested prices for the Ever Red warranty extension vary depending on the duration of the plan and the bike model. You can choose from the following extensions: - Ever Red: +12 months - Ever Red: +24 months Ever Red is valid from the day following the expiry date of the official 24-month warranty. Choose the bike that interests you. Discover how little it costs to protect your passion.
These prices include VAT and are valid until 31/12/2021.
The DesertX and the Multistrada from MY20 (and onwards) are excluded from this programme.
With the Ever Red warranty extension, your bike is entirely covered for manufacturing defects. Ever Red warranty extension includes all features in line with the standard manufacturer warranty.
However, it does not include:
a) Malfunctions owing to improper maintenance, repair or lack of care for the bike (we remind you that the official Ducati maintenance plan must be respected for the standard warranty to be valid);
b) Components subject to wear or deterioration as a result of the normal operation of the bike (for example: tyres, filters, lights, final drive, belts, flexible controls, spark plugs, friction components including the clutch and brake pads and discs)
c) Aesthetic damage to painted or chromed surfaces, also as a result of oxidation or atmospheric agents owing to environmental conditions or exceptional circumstances, or to irregular or incorrect washing of the bike;
d) Installation of components/accessories and modifications to the bike that are not approved by Ducati;
e) The bike's battery;
f) Bikes used in any kind of sporting competition;
g) Bikes used for commercial or rental services.