Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 priced at INR 5.86 lakhs
Posted on: Mar 15, 2017 - 4:43pm IST
Harley-Davidson Street Rod is positioned as a muscular middleweight motorcycle.
Harley-Davidson India has announced the prices of the Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750. Priced at INR 586,000 the bike is INR 95,000 more expensive than the Street 750.
Powering the Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 is a 749 cc High Output Revolution X V-twin mill which is capable of producing 62 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. It is capable of producing 11 percent more power than the Street 750 while the torque figures experience a bump of 5 percent. The engine has been tuned to deliver strongly between 4,000 and 5,000 rpm, with strong midrange performance that a rider can feel and exploit in real-world situations.
Mr Chetan Shedjale, Senior Motorcycle Designer, Harley-Davidson said:
American racing is something very inspirational to the world, it was a key factor in styling inspiration and resulted in substantial changes to the look of the all-new Harley-Davidson Street Rod. Everything was looked at to be performance oriented, street-fighter inspired but with a Harley image and Americana. It is designed to deliver the style and agility demanded in an urban environment where our riders will experience this motorcycle in
The Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 also gets a larger volume air box, new dual 42 mm throttle bodies high-lift camshafts and a higher volume exhaust muffler. The compression ratio is up to 12.0:1 and the bike redlines at 9,000 rpm. The chassis has been strengthened while the suspension system is new. The rear setup includes an external expansion chamber.
Tyres have been sourced from MRF and include a 120/70 R17 unit up front and a 160/60 R17 unit in the rear. The braking department includes dual 300 mm disc in the front and ABS as standard. Colour options include Vivid Black, Charcoal Denim and Olive Gold.
Bookings for the Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 have commenced and the bike will be on display at dealerships from today. Test rides will begin on April 21, 2017.