Adding more performance, more features and more style to its existing models, Harley-Davidson updated its existing lineup in the Indian market.
Harley-Davidson has released the new lineup of its motorcycles for the Indian market. The new motorcycles include a new Iron 883, Forty-Eight and Street 750, and the Road King also makes a comeback in the Indian market.
The new range of motorcycles include “en entirely refreshed Iron 883 and Forty-Eight” which are priced at Rs. 7,37,000 and Rs. 9,12,000 respectively.
The Harley Davidson Street 750 has been provided with new suspension setting, new front and rear braking systems and an all-new colour scheme known as Superior Blue. The Street 750 has been priced at Rs. 4,52,000.
One of the most iconic tourers from the Harley stable – the Road King – also makes a comeback in the Indian market with all the necessary features for the long distance touring and a comfortable highway ride. The new Road King has been priced at Rs. 25,00,000.
Commenting on the new lineup, Pallavi Singh, Director Marketing, Harley-Davidson India, said, “This year, Harley-Davidson has introduced its refreshed Dark Custom models with the new Iron 883, Forty-Eight and carried out customer-led improvements in the Street750 motorcycle that offer an authentic, affordable experience to a new generation of riders in India. Keeping up with our customer’s demands, we have also added more power to our range with the return of the Road King and engine upgrades throughout the ranges of the Softail making it our most powerful lineup of cruiser models ever.”
The new lineup also includes a Heritage Softail Classic which has been priced at Rs. 16,60,000. The bike has been provided with new saddlebags, standard cruise control and a punchier Twin Cam 103 engine.
The developments also include the addition of the high performance Twin Cam 103 engine to all Softail motorcycles.
All the prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.