2021 Harley-Davidson range prices revealed

2021 Harley-Davidson range prices revealed

28th Apr 2021 6:10 pm

The most affordable Harley-Davidson is the Iron 883, which is priced at Rs 10.11 lakh.

Harley-Davidson has revealed prices for its 2021 line-up in India. The most affordable model costs Rs 10.11 lakh, while the most expensive one will cost you Rs 34.99 lakh.

  • The Rs 10.11 lakh Iron 883 is the most affordable model in the 2021 line-up

  • The Road Glide Special is the priciest Harley in India, at Rs 34.99 lakh

  • Harley-Davidson is expanding its dealership network

2021 Harley-Davidson: price list

Hero MotoCorp, Harley’s partner in India, has said that it is expanding the service, parts and accessories business beyond the 12 cities currently covered to a pan-India level through its extensive dealer network.

When compared to prices from around a year ago, there has been a hike on some of the models. You can find the complete price list of the 2021 Harley-Davidson range below:

Prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
ModelPrices (28-4-21)Prices (16-6-20)
Iron 883Rs 10,11,000Rs 9.38 lakh - Rs 9.89 lakh
Forty-EightRs 11,75,000Rs 10.61 lakh - Rs 11.40 lakh
Softail StandardRs 15,25,000
Street BobRs 15,99,000
Fat BobRs 16,75,000
Fat BoyRs 20,90,000Rs 18.25 lakh - Rs 18.75 lakh
Heritage ClassicRs 21,49,000
Electra Glide StandardRs 24,99,000
Road KingRs 26,99,000
Street Glide SpecialRs 31,99,000
Road Glide SpecialRs 34,99,000
Pan AmericaRs 16,90,000
Pan America SpecialRs 19,99,000

Harley-Davidson Pan America: India launch

Along with revised price tags for its entire 2021 line-up, Harley-Davidson has also announced prices for its first adventure motorcycle, the Pan America. The big adventure motorcycle uses a brand new 1,252cc, V-twin engine that features modern technology like a DOHC four-valve head and variable valve timing. Deliveries for the Pan America are expected to begin around a month from now.

All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi

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Possible Harley-Davidson Sportster with 296cc V-twin spotted again

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