Harley rolls Forty-Eight in India

Harley rolls Forty-Eight in India

5th Apr 2011 7:00 am

Harley Davidson launches Forty-Eight priced at Rs 8.50 lakh.

Harley Davidson has added a new model, Forty-Eight to its Indian portfolio, priced at Rs 8.50 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

The new Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight is a factory custom in the legendary tradition of the hot rod Sportster line with the raw, elemental appeal of the Dark Custom bikes.

Riding low with a slammed suspension and featuring the classic ‘peanut’ fuel tank, the Forty-Eight is powered by a 1200 cc V-Twin engine. The low solo seat, under-mounted mirrors, side mount license plate, clean rear fender and tall and fat front tire emphasize the Forty-Eight's focus on chiseled customization.

The Forty-Eight has more than just custom cool styling with the smooth ride on new front fork sliders, a tall and fat front tire and slammed rear suspension. With Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) and performance tuning with a broad torque curve, the Forty-Eight motorcycle delivers a powerfully responsive ride with smooth clutch effort.

Bookings for the Forty-Eight will commence in April 2011, at Harley-Davidson dealerships around India.

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