Harley Davidson has officially slashed the price of the BS6 Street 750 by up Rs 65,000 bringing its sticker price down to Rs 4.69 lakh. The motorcycle now retails at almost the same price as CSDs
Harley Davidson has had a pretty rough ride in the last financial year, and to make things more difficult, the on-going economic crisis isn’t quite drawing premium motorcycle buyers either. In a bid to lure customers in, the American cruiser manufacturer is now offering a hefty discount of Rs 65,000 on the Street 750. With this, the revised price of the BS6 Street 750 is down to Rs 4.69 lakh. Prices of the Street Rod were slashed some time back as well, and it now carries a sticker price of Rs 5.99 lakh. These prices are only applicable for the Vivid Black shade, any other colour and you will need to shell out Rs 12,000 and Rs 11,000 respectively. With this revision in prices, the Street range is now on sale at almost the same price as Canteen Store Departments (CSDs). H-D commenced sale of both these models through CSDs earlier in March at Rs 4.6 lakh and Rs 5.65 lakh respectively.
Everything else about the Street range remains the same. It continues to be powered by Harley’s Revolution X V-Twin liquid-cooled motor that makes max torque of 59Nm. The Street Rod continues to sit on 17-inch wheels at both ends while Street 750 comes fitted with a 17-inch and 15-inch combination at the front and the rear. Suspension duties are performed by telescopic forks at the front and gas-charged shocks at the rear.
The Harley Davidson Street range goes against the Kawasaki Vulcan S and the Triumph Bonneville Street Twin. Kawasaki is yet to bring in the updated BS6 Vulcan S, the Triumph meanwhile, is priced starting Rs 7.45 lakh. All prices ex-showroom.