MotoCorp and Harley-Davidson announced the commencement of retail sales of the HD
Nightster motorcycle in India. Hero MotoCorp is the exclusive distributor for
Harley-Davidson motorcycles, parts and accessories in India.
Harley-Davidson Nightster motorcycle is the next chapter in the Harley-Davidson
Sportster legacy. Available as a
Completely Built-up Units (CBU), the Nightster can be booked at all
Harley-Davidson dealerships in India at a starting price of Rs
pairs a nimble, lightweight chassis with a powerful engine tuned for strong
mid-range performance, an ideal combination for navigating urban traffic and
charging along curving backroads. At the heart of the 2022 Nightster model is
the new Revolution Max 975T powertrain. It is a liquid-cooled, 60-degree V-Twin
with a torque curve that stays flat through the broad powerband – and engine
performance designed to deliver strong acceleration and robust power through
is equipped with Rider Safety Enhancements by Harley-Davidson, a collection of
technologies designed to match motorcycle performance to available traction
during acceleration, deceleration, and braking. All-new from the wheels up with
a look that is lean, low, and powerful, Nightster conveys classic Sportster
model styling cues, most obviously in the exposed rear shock absorbers and the
shape of an airbox cover that evokes the iconic Sportster walnut fuel tank. For
2022 the Nightster model is offered in Vivid Black, with pricing starting from Rs.14.99
lakh, Gunship Grey and Redline Red, with pricing starting from Rs. 15.13 lakh.
Rajasekharan, Managing Director – Asia Emerging Markets & India at
Harley-Davidson said, “Nightster is built for nimble performance and
distinctive style based on a legacy laid 65 years ago and we are pleased to
share this new chapter in the Sportster legacy with our customers in India. We
have already witnessed a phenomenal response to the Sportster S in India, and
we are confident that this new best in class offering will resonate well with
mark the launch of Harley-Davidson Nightster motorcycle in India, Hero MotoCorp
executed a unique and exciting nationwide social media campaign – ‘The World’s
Best Job’ to identify a candidate for the brand manager position in the
Harley-Davidson Business Unit at Hero MotoCorp.
Aneeka Arora, a 23-year-old Dentist, from Rohtak, Haryana was announced as the
successful candidate for the ‘The World’s Best Job’. The Brand Manager position
comes with attractive benefits of riding to Himalayas each year on the Pan
America 1250, participation in big 5 H.O.G. Rallies, a crash course at
Harley-Davidson University, full Harley-Davidson riding gear and most
excitingly, riding to work on India's first Harley-Davidson Nightster
about the campaign, Ravi Avalur, Head, Harley-Davidson Business Unit at Hero
MotoCorp noted, “It was exciting to see the large number of applications pour
into our inbox. The pool of candidates was incredibly diverse, with both men
and women from a wide range of professions, including actors, retired defense
officers, bike customization specialists, workshop owners, medical
professionals and employees from large corporations applying for the coveted
job, with each one bringing something unique to the table.
I am pleased that the perfect candidate has been chosen and we welcome Dr.
Aneeka Arora to our Harley-Davidson Business Unit and Hero family. With her
passion for motorcycles and immense energy, I am confident Aneeka will succeed
in this role.”
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