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Harley-Davidson 2016 line-up prices revealed

21st Sep 2015 12:18 pm

The updated H-D line-up features five models; prices start at Rs 4.52 lakh.

Harley-Davidson has announced updated versions of three of its Dark Custom motorcycles – the Iron 883, Forty-Eight, and Street 750. In addition, the American manufacturer’s new line-up will feature a broad range of performance and styling enhancements across the range. The company has also confirmed the return of the Road King.

Updates on the new Iron 883 include an all-new front suspension and an adjustable rear suspension, lighter mag wheels and improved seating. The Forty-Eight gets new mag wheels, a larger front end with 49mm forks, a new adjustable rear suspension and seating. The new Street 750 model is equipped with new front and rear braking systems.

Previously only seen on H-D touring bikes, the High Output Twin Cam 103 engines will now be available on all Softail motorcycles – the Fat Boy, Heritage Softail Classic, and Breakout. The Heritage Softail Classic also receives refreshed styling for 2016.

All 2016 Sportster models will feature all-new front and rear suspension which pair emulsion coil-over shocks with new front cartridge forks, and new seats.

Speaking about the new line-up, Pallavi Singh, director (Marketing), Harley-Davidson India said, This is another historic year for Harley-Davidson. We’re raising the bar on Dark Custom motorcycles with the new Iron 883, Forty-Eight and Street 750, the purest expression of the design. And we’re extending our lead in touring with the return of the Road King and redesign of the popular Heritage Softail Classic.”

The prices for the update versions are as follows:

Street 750 - INR 4,52,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Iron 883 - INR 7,37,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Forty-Eight - INR 9,12,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Heritage Softail Classic - INR 16,60,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Road King - INR 25,00,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

 

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