Harley-Davidson India has introduced its all new model line-up that
delivers more performance and also comes with more style and features. The all
new Harley-Davidson product line-up includes:
· An entirely refreshed Iron 883 and Forty-Eight priced at Rs 7,37,000
(Ex-showroom Delhi) and Rs 9,12,000 (Ex-showroom Delhi) respectively
· Updates to the Harley-Davidson Street
750 motorcycle priced at Rs 4,52,000 (Ex-showroom Delhi)
· Return of the Road King priced at Rs 25,00,000 (Ex-showroom Delhi)
· An updated Heritage Softail Classic priced at Rs 16,60,000
· The High Output Twin Cam 103 engine in all Softail motorcycles
· New MotorClothes, including many for the Black Label Collection
· Tons of new P&A for customers to personalise the all new
“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 line-up of
cruiser models ever,” said Pallavi Singh, Director Marketing, Harley-Davidson
Harley-Davidson Iron 883: Bare-knuckle minimalism and garage-built
style featuring bullet design detailing, straight cut mufflers, a low
drag-style handlebar, front fork gaiters, chopped rear fender and a solo tuck
and roll seat. All new adjustable rear shocks and front cartridge forks provide
stability and comfort. The Iron 883 is a nimble urban machine that kicks
asphalt and is now also available in Black Denim colour.
Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight: With its bulldog stance, fat front
tire and narrow profile, the Forty-Eight exudes bare-boned attitude. This year,
new seat, mag wheels, and wider 49mm forks and adjustable rear suspension
provide an even more muscular, comfortable ride. The iconic 2.1 gallon peanut
tank sports ‘70s inspired graphics and floating brake rotors and blacked out
slotted exhaust add to the fresh new look. It is now also available in Velocity
Red Sunglo colour.
Harley-Davidson Street 750: With suspension tuned for quick
handling in any urban environment and its responsive liquid-cooled Revolution X
V-Twin engine, the Street 750 mates rebellious Dark Custom style with the
attitude of the street. Customer-led enhancements include new front and rear
braking systems and improved wire loom routing. The Street 750 is now also
available in Superior Blue colour.
Harley-Davidson Road King: The Road King motorcycle represents
Custom Touring at its finest and most affordable. While it may look like a
boulevard cruiser, the model is fully equipped for long-distance touring with
all the essentials required for a cross-country adventure.
Heritage Softail Classic: The Heritage Softail Classic model is
refreshed with new saddlebags, standard cruise control and the High Output Twin
Cam 103 engine to enhance the style and performance of one of H-D’s most
popular touring models.
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