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Harley-Davidson street 750 ABS on Its way to India

Published Sep 2, 2016, 8:18 pm IST
Updated Sep 2, 2016, 8:21 pm IST
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The renowned American motorcycle brand, Harley-Davidson, has updated its Indian website with its 2017 model line-up. The manufacturer will bring the updated Street 750 model to India with ABS as a standard feature. The bike will also come in new colours, including the two dual-tone options, Fire Red Delux and Vivid Black Deluxe. The dual-tone colour variants will be costlier than the standard option. Moreover, ABS will increase the cost the of the standard variant as well.

There is no other changes mentioned on the official website and the other features and specifications of the 2017 Street 750 remains untouched. It continues to be propelled by the liquid-cooled Revolution X V-Twin which comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. The motor makes 47.7PS of power and delivers a peak torque of 59Nm at just 3,750rpm. A smooth belt drive transfers this output to the rear wheel like the other H-D motorcycles.

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The Harley-Davidson Street 750 has been introduced by the company as a premium urban mobility solution. Unlike the other big and heavy Harleys, this one has a compact design with better city manners. Apart from that, it also keeps the company's flawless open road characteristics along with the true H-D sound and premium detailing. Moreover, the bike comes with a wide option of customising accessories which you can add as per your requirements and taste.

Currently, the Street 750 is the most affordable Harley in the market with a sticker price of Rs 4.5 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Like its competitor Triumph, the company is bringing all its 2017 cruiser fleet with ABS as a standard feature. However, the Triumphs will still come with more standard features like Ride-by-Wire, Slip-Assist clutch, traction control and much more. Now, let's see how the company will price these updated models with this new safety feature.




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