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Harley Davidson India updates line-up, reveals new prices

The 2016 year model year updated motorcycles come with a new dark colour scheme and modifications to engine besides suspension components. Apart from this, New MotorClothes® and many new P&A for customers to personalize their Harley Davidson motorcycles.

With new updates to product lineup, Harley Davidson India promises better performance, added features and extensive styling. Below is a brief intro on some of the updates seen on their best selling products.

New Harley Davidson Iron 883 is priced at INR 7,37,000. It is also available in Black Denim. Its new adjustable rear shocks and front cartridge forks ensure better stability and onboard comfort while low drag handlebars, front fork gaiters and straight cut mufflers add to its styling.

Harley Davidson Forty-Eight is priced at INR 9,12,000 and receives a new Velocity Red Sunglo color scheme. New seat, mag wheels and wider forks at 49mm are a part of the onboard features along with adjustable rear suspension and a 2.1 gallon tank. Body graphics and floating brake rotors are also included in its makeup.

2016 Harley Davidson Road King

Harley Davidson Street 750 is offered in a Superior Blue color scheme and is priced at INR 4,52,000. This bike sees enhanced suspension resulting in better handling while liquid cooled Revolution X V-Twin engine contributes to added performance.

Harley Davidson Road King and Heritage Softail Classic are priced at INR 25,00,000 and INR 16,60,000 respectively. Ideally suited for long distance touring and cross country adventure, the entire Softail range now receives the High Output Twin Cam 103™ engine.

Below is a summary of new Harley Davidson India prices-

Street 750 – INR 4,52,000 (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Iron 883 – INR 7,37,000 (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Forty-Eight – INR 9,12,000 (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Softail Classic – INR 1,660,000 (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Return of the Road King – INR 25,00,000 (Ex-showroom Delhi)

Management Speak

Pallavi Singh, Director Marketing, Harley-Davidson India

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 Street 750 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.

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