Harley Davidson India lists the Low Ride S on its company website, launch to take place after the COVID-19 lockdown lifts.
While the COVID-19 lockdown has brought physical activities of automobile manufactures to a halt worldwide, the digital world is still thriving with OEMs updating their websites with the latest models that were scheduled for market entry. The latest initiative along these lines comes from Harley-Davidson India who has updated its website with the listing for the Low Rider S that was scheduled for market launch. The company now states that while the website has been updated with details and price for the motorcycle, the market launch for the motorcycle will officially take place once the current lockdown is lifted.
Harley Davidson’s Low Rider S differentiates itself from the standard model with a blacked out theme that replaces a lot of the chrome from the body work and mechanicals, barring the parts of the engine and exhaust. Living up to the West Coast custom bike scene, the Low Rider S gets a single seat and a wide handlebar.
As listed on the website, the Low Rider S is powered by a 1,745cc Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine that’s good for 85bhp @ 5,020rpm and 115Nm @ 3,000rpm and is mated to a six-speed transmission.
The Harley Davidson Low Rider S is priced at Rs.14.69 lakh (ex-showroom) and is available in a choice of Viano Black and Barracuda Silver, although the website only lists the price of the Viano Black model as of now.
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