Harley-Davidson India Offering Buyback And Exchange Scheme On Its Softail Range

Harley-Davidson India will buy back Street Rods and Street 750s and help you get a new Softail model. Read to find out how.

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This is a good time to trade your Harley 'Street' model for a 'Softail' model

If you are a Harley-Davidson Street 750 or a Street Rod owner and are looking for an upgrade, Harley-Davidson India has introduced an offer for you. The company will buy back the 'Street' model from you at the ex-showroom price if it is less than a year old and trade the either the Street 750 or the Street Rod for one of the Softail models from Harley-Davidson. Similarly, if your Street 750 or the Street Rod is between 12 - 24 months old, the company will pay you back up to 75 per cent of the ex-showroom price, in case you want to trade your Harley-Davidson Street 750 or Street Rod for one of the new Softail motorcycles.

2018 harley davidson fat bob(The 2018 Harley-Davidson has six models on sale in India)

Current owners of the 'Street' range of motorcycles will definitely be interested in trading in their models for a brand new motorcycle from Harley-Davidson's Softail range. Currently, Harley has six Softail models on sale in India and out of these; the most affordable model is the Street Bob whose prices start at ₹ 12.59 lakh and the most expensive model is the Heritage Softail Classic, whose price starts at ₹ 19.71 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi). The other bikes are the Low Rider, Fat Boy, Fat Bob and the Deluxe.


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Harley-Davidson recently announced its plan of completely turning around its product portfolio, confirming that it will be launching an adventure bike (Harley-Davidson Pan America), a naked streetfighter and a sub 500 cc model specifically for Asian markets. The last announcement in particular is interesting because Harley will be partnering with an Asia-based manufacturer for manufacturing and distributing this bike.

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