Harley-Davidson India has updated prices of all existing models, the difference in new prices ranging from as low as ₹ 1500 for the Harley-Davidson Fat Bob and as much as ₹ 30,000 for the Harley-Davidson Forty Eight. Ex-showroom price of the Harley-Davidson Road King remains the same at Rs 25,00,000.
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The Dark Custom range of these models get the blacked-out treatment with some upgrades to suspension, brakes and cosmetics. The most important change is on the Street 750, which, despite being a very capable and affordable cruiser from H-D, had brakes which weren't so confidence-inspiring. The 'made-in-India' Street 750 Dark Custom now gets better brakes, but commands a premium of almost Rs 20,000 over the previous model. ABS though, is still not offered, not even as an option.
Interestingly, Harley-Davidson has discontinued the Super Low from its product line-up in India. A new, updated Super Low is expected later this year. Although not much is expected to change in terms of the powerplant, the new Super Low will get new suspension and an all-new frame.
|Motorcycle||New Price||Old Price|
|Harley-Davidson Street 750||4,52,000||4,32,500|
|Harley-Davidson Iron 883||7,37,000||7,22,000|
|Harley-Davidson Street Bob||10,64,000||10,37,000|
|Harley-Davidson Fat Bob||13,05,000||13,03,500|
|Harley-Davidson Fat Boy||15,15,000||15,08,500|
|Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic||16,60,000||16,45,000|
|Harley-Davidson Night Rod||21,92,000||22,02,000|
|Harley-Davidson Road King||25,00,000||25,00,000|
|Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special||29,76,000||29,91,000|
|Harley-Davidson CVO Limited||49,57,000||49,50,000|