its 115th Anniversary, Harley-Davidson launched four new Softail models in
India. The motorcycle manufacturer has launched the Street Bob, Fat Bob, Fat
Boy and Heritage Classic Softail motorcycles in India. While the Street Bob has
been launched for Rs. 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom), the Fat Bob has been launched
for Rs. 13.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The Fat boy has been launched for Rs. 17.49
lakh (ex-showroom) and the Heritage Classic for Rs. 18.99 lakh.
bikes were launched in the presence of Peter MacKenzie, Managing Director,
Harley-Davidson India and China.
new lineup of bikes from Harley are 34pc stiffer than the previous ones, thus
offering more control and stability to the rider. The bikes are powered by
Harley's Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine which is the companies ninth powertrain.
Harley has also drastically cut the weight on all of these motorcycles and is
now offering bikes which are lighter and easier to ride. The company has
managed to shed 16kgs from the Fat Boy, 17kgs from the Heritage Classic and
15kgs from the Fat Bob. This has been achieved using a stiffer and lighter
steel frame and swingarm along with premium front and rear suspension setups.
range of Softail motorcycles have been developed under the largest product
development project in the company's history. The bikes have been built to
harness high torque outputs which are belted out from the new
dual-counterbalanced Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine. These motorcycles have been
designed to be faster, lighter and better handling than any of their
predecessors. They feature high performance dual bending valve front suspension
and easy to adjust hidden rear monoshock suspension.
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