American cult bike maker Harley Davidson on Thursday launched updated versions of its four models in India with price ranging between Rs 11.99-18.99 lakh
American motorbike manufacturer Harley-Davidson has launched its 2018 Softail range in India. The newly launched line up consists of four bikes that include Fat Bob, Street Bob, Heritage Classic and Fat Boy.
The Street Bob comes with a 1745 cc Milwaukee-Eight 107 twin engines making 144 Nm of torque. Priced at Rs 11,99,000, it will come with a new digital instrument cluster, integrated LCD screen and a new handlebar. It will also come with revised seats, new exhaust pipes and air box. The model will be available in five colour variants.
The revised edition of Fat Bob as per reports in India Today has completely changed its design and styling. The model that has four shades and comes with Milwaukee-Eight 107 twin-engine produces 1745 cc of power and 145 Nm of torque. The model will come with fat wheels and an adjustable suspension system to specifically suit the Indian market. The top end bike is priced at Rs 13,99,000.
"Our new offerings strongly demonstrate Harley Davidson's focus on reinventing products for motorcycle enthusiasts and aspiring riders," Harley Davidson India and China MD Peter MacKenzie told reporters.
The four models now come with a stiffer and significantly lighter frame, he added.
"The 2018 Softail custom motorcycles have been inspired by Harley Davidson's history, authenticity and styling DNA through a modern lens," MacKenzie said.
Priced at Rs 17,49,000, Fat Boy comes with Satin chrome finishing and beefy 240mm rear tire. Like the other models, it will come with Milwaukee-Eight 107 B-twin engines and produce 144 Nm of torque. It will have more colour options to select from as it offers seven colour variants.
The last among the models i.e. the Heritage Classic as the name suggests is a homage to the chroma nostalgia of the 50s. Costing Rs 18,99,000, the bike will have Milwaukee-Eight 107 B twin engines and produce 144 Nm of torque.
The bike comes with an all-new frame with lockable saddlebags and signature LED forward lighting along with detachable windscreens. It will also be having the same Milwaukee-Eight 107 B twin engines that produce 144 Nm of torque. The bike will come in five colour variants.(With inputs from PTI)