Harley-Davidson Street 750 launched with a shocking price tag!
Greater Noida: At Rs 4.10 lakh, Harley-Davidson has managed to create a furore with aspiring owners already making a beeline for the 1st March booking date.
Harley-Davidson showed a lot of promise at the unveil of the India Bike Week 2014 where they unveiled the Street 750 in India for the very first time. However, with the bike being launched earlier today, the premium American bike manufacturer managed to surprise a lot of potential buyer and at the same time make a lot of other manufacturers sweat by getting the junior Harley at a fantastic price of 4.10 lakh ex-showroom Delhi.
The Street 750 comes powered by the all-new Revolution X engine, a pure Harley-Davidson V-Twin engine specifically designed for urban riding. It is liquid-cooled to maintain peak performance both in the city and on the highway. A single overhead cam, four valves per head and a smooth-shifting 6-speed transmission all translate to provide an instant response on the throttle to move quickly from stop to go. Cafe-style speed screen, black front fork gaiters, all-black exhaust system and aggressive slash on the tail section deliver on Harley-Davidson’s signature Dark Custom attitude. With specs like these, Harley-Davidson has made sure, they haven’t cut corners anywhere and that the Street 750 provides every bit of the Harley experience that its bigger brothers provide. Another first on a Harley are the MRF Zapper tires which have been developed especially for the Street 750.
Customization is something that relates to Harley’s very strongly and the Street won’t miss out on it either. With a range of accessories available, the Street 750 can be customised as per one’s taste which adds even more flavour to the overall Street 750 experience. The Street 750 will also be built and exported to select international markets from the company’s assembly facility in Bawal, Haryana. It simply does not get better for an aspiring Harley-Davidson owner who has always wanted a Harley-Davidson but could not afford one. If you are one of them, it’s time to encash that cheque!
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