March 1, 2014, Harley-Davidson India is all set to help fulfill the motorcycle
dreams of enthusiasts across the country.
Customers, who complete their booking of the recently launched
Harley-Davidson Street 750 in the month of March, will have their processing
fees waived on their entire loan amount on loans originated by HDFC Bank and
ICICI Bank. The Street 750 is priced at
INR 4.10 lakhs ex-showroom Delhi and bookings open March 1, 2014, across all 13
dealerships Harley-Davidson India has been providing finance options to premium
motorcycle customers since 2010, when it established partnerships with ICICI
Bank and HDFC Bank. The new offer is
specially designed for customers who want to be the first to ride the company’s
latest global offering – the Harley-Davidson Street 750.
customers can purchase the Harley-Davidson Street 750 for a minimum down
payment of Rs. 91,471 with an EMI of as little as Rs. 8,309 over a period of
addition, HDFC Bank will further support motorcycle customisation, a
significant aspect of the Harley-Davidson lifestyle and culture, by financing
accessories up to Rs. 50,000 at the time of purchase of the Harley-Davidson
Street 750, and up to Rs. 2 lakh on the purchase of other models. From the
handlebars to the back tyre, Harley-Davidson offers over 5,000 genuine parts
and accessories for customers wanting to customise their motorcycles and make
them uniquely their own. The new Street 750 has been launched with 57 accessory
options for customisation.
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