Harley Davidson Street 750 reports 60% sales in the country

Tuesday 13 May 2014, 10:45 AM by

Made in India, Harley Davidson Street 750 bike has been in the news ever since it was first showcased at Auto Expo event in Delhi. The bike was launched in the country at an attractive price tag of Rs. 4.1 Lakh. As stated by the manufacturer, the newly launched cruiser is the most affordable bike amongst the Harley Davidson production line in India which has been accepting booking since March this year. As per a latest update from Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), the bike has been a huge hit in the country and has recorded sales of about 210 units locally in April out of total 361 bikes sold.

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Harley Davidson Street 750 reports 60% sales in the country

The Harley Davidson Street 750 is powered by V-Twin engine. This engine has been reported to be different from other bigger capacity engines that Harley is usually known for. The four stroke engine in the Street 750 features a single overhead camshaft with four valves per cylinder. The cruiser comes with built-in fuel injection technology and is liquid cooled. The not-so-high capacity 750 engine has been mated to 6 speed manual gearbox. Moreover, Harley Davidson motorbikes are known for refined gear systems that makes them a tech leader in this segment.

It is also worth noting that, currently the Street 750 is the most affordable bike amongst the Harley Davidson production line in India. Further to make your purchase all the more interesting, the American bike maker has collaborated with ICICI bank and HDFC bank to offer new affordable financial schemes that waive off the entire loan processing amount. As per scheme with ICICI and HDFC bank loan eligible customers can make a minimum down payment of Rs. 91,471, and moving forward can pay EMI of Rs 8,309 for a period of five years. Reports also state that the American bike maker has also included plans of financing accessories valued at Rs. 50000 for the new cruiser model, whereas interested buyers of other models can avail benefits of up to Rs. 2,00,000.

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