Harley-Davidson has updated the price list for its entire product portfolio in India. The updated price list sees quite a few hikes as all the motorcycles have now been made BS-VI emissions norms compliant. A few high-end Harley-Davidson motorcycles though, are yet to be launched in BS-VI guise.
The least expensive Harley-Davidson motorcycle is still the Street 750. The BS-VI variant has been launched with an ex-showroom price tag of Rs 4.75 lakh for the base variant. Prices go up to Rs 5.46 lakh.
The Harley-Davidson Street Rod despite being based on the Street 750, has been priced between Rs 5.99 and Rs 6.10 lakh thanks to the extra equipment on offer. In the Sportster family, the Harley-Davidson Iron 883 has been priced between Rs 9.38 and Rs 9.89 lakh.
The Forty-Eight, also part of the Sportster family, now has a price tag of between Rs 10.61 lakh and Rs 11.40 lakh. The Forty-Eight Special on the other hand is priced between Rs 10.98 lakh and Rs 11.10 lakh.
Then comes the Harley-Davidson Custom 1200, priced between Rs 10.89 lakh and Rs 11.25 lakh. Representing the premium range of Harley-Davidson motorcycles is the Softail family comprising the Low Rider, Low Rider S, Fatboy and Fatboy special motorcycles.
The Low Rider is priced between Rs 13.75 lakh and Rs 13.87 lakh. The Low Rider S takes the price up to between Rs 14.69 and Rs 14.81 lakh. The Fatboy being a premium model is priced between Rs 18.25 lakh and Rs 18.75 lakh.
The flagship Fatboy Special has prices between Rs 20.1 lakh and Rs 20.75 lakh. Motorcycles like the Roadster, Street Bob, Fat Bob, Breakout, Road King, Street Glide Special and the CVO and all its models are yet to be launched in BS6 guise.
The American motorcycle manufacturer might also have a few new models lined-up for the Indian market. We will just have to wait and see.
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