Harley-Davidson expands India portfolio

Harley-Davidson expands India portfolio

Harley-Davidson India portfolio

November 18, 2014: Propelled by Project Rushmore and launch of the Street 750 motorcycle, Harley-Davidson has introduced three new motorcycles to its India model lineup. 

Big wheels, big paint and classic drag-bike attitude meet modern refinement in the attention-grabbing performance cruiser - the Breakout. Launched at a price of INR 16,28,000 (ex-showroom Delhi) the Breakout is the newest addition to the popular Softail family of motorcycles and will be assembled at Harley-Davidson’s plant in Bawal, Haryana. The Breakout is also the first motorcycle from Harley-Davidson’s India line up to offer a Hard Candy Custom metal flake color Quicksilver Flake.

The new Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special is a fully loaded version of the popular performance Touring model equipped with a High Output Twin Cam 103 powertrain, Boom! Box 6.5GT infotainment system, Batwing fairing with splitstream vent, Dual Halogen headlamp, Enforcer cast aluminium wheels and Reflex Linked Brakes with ABS. The Street Glide Special is priced at INR 29,70,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).

Fabulous custom styling and refined touring luxury come together in the CVO Limited, launched at a price of INR 49,23,793 (ex-showroom Delhi). Custom Vehicle Operations motorcycles are limited edition, handcrafted originals that push every boundary of style, luxury and performance.

This year, Harley-Davidson is adding hundreds of new Genuine Motor Parts & Accessories. There are also new Genuine MotorClothes jackets, boots, helmets, shirts and more to add to the shopping cart.

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