Harley Davidson launches luxury bike worth 13.99 lakh in India this Diwali

Harley Davidson has introduced the 2018 Softail series motorcycles in India. These include Street Bob, Fat Boy, and The Heritage Classics. The range of these motorcycles starts at Rs 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom) in Delhi. 

‘The Street Bob’ is Harley Davison’s best motorcycle in the Softail Series. Its cost is 13.99 lakh rupees. The fat boy’s price is Rs 17.49 lakh and the heritage class is worth 18.99 rupees. In these motorcycles, the 1754 cc of Milwaukee-Eight 107 V-Twin engine has been installed. These motorcycles have new LED headlamps, new instrument cluster, keyless ignition and USB port.

Let us know that this week, the Modified Royal Enfield 1000 cc motorcycle has been introduced in India. It has been introduced by Carberry Motorcycles. The price of this motorcycle is 7.37 lakh rupees. At the same time, Honda Motorcycle introduced the new sports bike CBR650F in the midweight. Its price is 7.30 lakh rupees. </span>

“Our new offerings strongly demonstrate Harley Davidson focus on reinventing products for motorcycle enthusiast and aspiring riders. The 2018 Softail Custom Motorcycles have been inspired by Harley-Davison history and authenticity and styling DNA through a modern lens. The response to the first look has been positive, and we are confident that the motorcycles will further enhance the sport of leisure motorcycling in India.” said Peter Mackenzie, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson India & China.

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