Harley Davidson, a strong contender among leisure bike brands across the globe, after analyzing the Indian market and its situations has launched a whole new cruiser named as Street 750 at the 12th Indian Auto Expo. It is a whole new platform of mid-weight cruiser bike by the company, which will also be having another cruiser that will be more affordable and highly competitive machine christened as Street 500. To run these machines, the manufacturer has produced to new mills that make them powerful plus fuel efficient at the same time.
Harley Davidson Street 500 is an about to enter in the lives of the people of India. Soon, this machine will be taking everyone's breath as the expected or estimated price of the bike is around Rs. 3 lakh, which is quite low and appealing. The manufacturer has blessed this machine with a Revolution X 496cc, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, V-Twin engine that comes mated with the six-speed manual transmission. The appearance of the bike will be as enthralling as one H-D bike should be.
Harley Davidson Street 750 is currently the most affordable cruiser by the company. It will be competing against Triumph Boneville, a classic and inexpensive machine by the iconic British motorcycle brand. The Street 750 houses a 749cc, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, V-Twin, Revolution X engine that is mated with the six-speed constant mesh. The maker of this bike has incorporated the EFI technology to the engine that makes it great for commuting and for highway cruising. The maximum torque generated by the mill is 59Nm at 4000rpm.
Harley Davidson Street 750 is designed beautifully and runs flawlessly. It is built on a Steel double cradle frame and is equipped to Telescopic forks at the front and Dual shocks with box section swingarm at the rear. It is made available in three amazing shades: Fire Red, Black Denim and Vivid Black. The manufacturer has used best of the materials to craft this machine, which makes it pretty premium yet affordable. It sports a subtle instrument cluster that displays analog and digital reading.