IAB Report – Deliveries for Harley Davidson Street 750 to begin in June

Posted on: Apr 1, 2014 - 10:41am IST

Deliveries of the Harley Davidson Street 750 will start in June this year.

Harley Davidson Street 750 Auto Expo 2014 front quarter
The Harley Davidson Street 750 was launched at the Auto Expo 2014 for Rs 4.1 lakh (Ex-showroom, New Delhi).

After debuting at the EICMA show in November last year, the Street 750 made its India premiere at the Auto Expo 2014. With a sticker price of Rs 4.1 lakh (Ex-showroom, New Delhi), Harley Davidson hopes that the bike will become a runaway success in India.

Consecutively, Harley’s officials have revealed that India is just the third region in the world – after USA and Europe – to get the all-new bike.

The Street 750 is built on a whole new platform that Harley has developed for the first time in 14 years. It also carries a new liquid-cooled Revolution X V-Twin 749cc engine with a single overhead cam. Mated to a 6-speed gearbox, the Street 750 gets a peak torque figure of 60 Nm at 4,000 rpm.

Harley Davidson Street 750 side
The Bawal plant is one of only two locations in the world to make the Street 750.

The bike is built in Harley’s manufacturing facility in Bawal, Haryana and is only one of the two locations, the other being Kansas City in the USA, to make the bike. The Indian plant will export the motorcycle to at least 20 markets across the world to begin with.

The Street 750 comes with an unlimited 24 months warranty.

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4 thoughts on “IAB Report – Deliveries for Harley Davidson Street 750 to begin in June

  1. rajeev says:

    Mr. Karthik,

    May i request you to please shed your expert insight on my query?

    It would be very nice of you to answer your readers’ questions and enlarge the interaction on the IAB portal.

    RS

    Reply
    1. Karthik H says:

      Mr Rajeev

      IAB’s review of the Street 750 will soon be published and your questions will be answered in that review.

      Reply
      1. rajeev says:

        Thank you Mr. Karthik,

        It is great to know that a review will be coming shortly ).

  2. rajeev says:

    Mr. Karthik,

    Can HD get away with charging a super-premium for sub-standard parts such as the tyres, front forks and brakes, while international models get better specs for the above mentioned components?

    Would be nice to have your expert view.

    RS

    Reply

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