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Harley-Davidson Street 750 Limited Edition at INR 72,000 discount

Written by Nizam Shaikh

To commemorate a decade of legacy in India Harley-Davidson in August 2019 launched a special limited edition Street 750 with a limited edition India inspired paint theme. Only 300 examples of the limited-edition Harley-Davidson Street 750, sold across dealerships in India at the price of INR 5.47 lakh ex-showroom. 

But a Mumbai-based dealership is likely to have unsold stock of the Harley-Davidson Street 750 Limited Edition and is selling the motorcycle at a discounted price and according to the advertisement the Street 750 Limited Edition is offered at the price of INR 4.75 lakh ex-showroom, which is a discount of INR 72,000 on the ex-showroom price.

Harley-Davidson Street 750 Limited Edition comes with a dark theme and features premium branding, limited-edition India inspired paint graphics on the tank and rear panel. The bike features a rounded headlight unit with an aerodynamic headlight shroud with integrated flyscreen, scooped single-seat, upright handlebars, blacked-out engine with machine-finished cooling fins, 3.5-inch electronic speedometer with neutral indicator, low oil pressure indicator, turn signals, engine diagnostics lights, low fuel warning lights, 7-spoke cast Aluminium alloy wheels with machine-finish rim accents on the front and rear. 

The Harley-Davidson Street 750 Limited Edition employs the same engine that powers the standard Street 750 model. The engine is a 750cc liquid-cooled V-Twin Revolution series motor that produces 60 Nm of torque matched to a 6-speed gearbox. For cycle parts the motorcycle comes with conventional telescopic oil damped front forks and twin coil spring with hydraulic shock absorbers on the rear. 

Harley-Davidson India has also announced that the brand will be retailing the Harley-Davidson Street 750 and the Harley-Davidson Street Rod at special prices for Armed Forces personnel and both the motorcycles will be available for sale from the Canteen Store Department (CSD) across India. Harley-Davidson has also launched the Armed Forces H.O.G (Harley Owners Group) Chapter dedicated to the Armed Forces personnel in India.