BS6 Harley-Davidson range prices listed

    The ex-showroom prices start at Rs 4.75 lakh for the Street 750 and go up to Rs 20.75 lakh for the Fat Boy Special.

    Published On Jun 16, 2020 03:50:00 PM


    BS6 Harley-Davidson range prices listed

    Harley-Davidson has revealed prices for its entire BS6 line-up. The ex-showroom prices start at Rs 4.75 lakh and go up to Rs 20.75 lakh, depending on the model and colour scheme. The Harley India line-up includes the Street 750, Street 750 Anniversary, Street Rod 750, Iron 883, Forty-Eight, Forty-Eight Special, Custom 1200, Low Rider, Fat Boy and the Fat Boy Special.

    Back in April, Harley-Davidson India announced an attractive discount on the Street 750 Anniversary Edition, pricing it at Rs 4.75 lakh. Once this limited-run motorcycle is sold out, the base price of the Street 750 will be of the 'Vivid Black' variant priced at Rs 5.34 lakh.

    All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi

    Find the price list below:

    Harley-Davidson BS6 range prices
    FamilyModelPrice range (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    StreetStreet 750Rs 4.75 lakh - Rs 5.46 lakh
    StreetStreet RodRs 5.99 lakh - Rs 6.10 lakh
    SportsterIron 883Rs 9.38 lakh - Rs 9.89 lakh
    SportsterForty-EightRs 10.61 lakh - Rs 11.40 lakh
    SportsterForty-Eight SpecialRs 10.98 lakh - Rs 11.10 lakh
    SportsterCustom 1200Rs 10.89 lakh - Rs 11.25 lakh
    SoftailLow RiderRs 13.75 lakh - Rs 13.87 lakh
    SoftailLow Rider SRs 14.69 lakh - Rs 14.81 lakh
    SoftailFat BoyRs 18.25 lakh - Rs 18.75 lakh
    SoftailFat Boy SpecialRs 20.1 lakh - Rs 20.75 lakh

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