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Harley Davidson Street 750 unveiled: 2014 India Bike Week

Harley Davidson Street 750 unveiled 2014 India Bike Week 1

The first Harley Davidson Motorcycle, built on a new platform in the last 14 years, Street 750 was officially unveiled in India today, at the 2014 India Bike Week, Vagator, Goa.

Price of the new Harley Davidson Street 750 was not revealed, but it was confirmed that when it is launched next month, at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo, price will be revealed, which will be under Rs 5 lakh, making it the cheapest Harley Davidson Motorcycle on offer in India.

Harley Davidson Street 750 unveiled 2014 India Bike Week 1To be manufactured at their plant in Bawal, Haryana, the Street 750 production will commence soon after it’s launched on 5th Feb, while deliveries will commence by June 2014. Apart from the 750, Harley Davidson India will also start the production of Street 500 at their Bawal plant, but this motorcycle will not be launched in India, before 2015.

The reason, Anoop Prakash, Harley Davidson India’s Head, says that their customers wanted the 750 first. Their plant in India, is also the first in the world to build Harley Davidson Motorcycles outside of US. The Street 500 and 750 built in India will be exported to European and Asian countries. India is the first Asian countries to get the Street.

Apart from unveiling the Street 750, Harley Davidson India also unveiled accessories and customization opens for the Street range. This will be priced in relevance to the Street motorcycle price.

Harley-Davidson Street 750 and 500 motorcycles feature an all-new liquid-cooled Revolution X powertrain. The new platform aims to introduce new buyers to the brand, namely global youth of both sexes. The low seated bikes certainly offer something to women, who would certainly feel more confident on the Street range. Exact tech specs of the bike were not revealed. For more information, you can scroll through our LIVE feed of 2014 India Bike Week here.


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