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The Harley-Davidson Street 750 BS6 is now available at Canteen Store Departments for the armed forces. The bike is priced at Rs 4,60,332 (ex-showroom), Rs 73,668 less than the actual ex-showroom price of the bike.
The Harley-Davidson Street 750 BS6’s 749cc Revolution-X V-twin motor produces the same torque as the older model - 60Nm at 3750rpm. Even the weight of the motorcycle remains unchanged at 233kg (wet). All of this comes at the same price as before - Rs 5.34 lakh for the Vivid Black model. That said, expect Harley-Davidon to increase the price of the bike when BS6 emissions kick in on April 1, 2020.
That aside, Harley-Davidson also launched a limited edition variant of the Street 750 in August 2019. The bike gets gold finish on the fuel tank and an Indian motif on the tailpiece. Aside from this, there are no cosmetic or mechanical changes. Interestingly, only 300 units of this special edition Street 750 will be produced, with 200 units up for grabs in the Indian market.
In terms of design, the most affordable motorcycles from the brand’s stable get a sweptback handlebar, a round headlamp with a bikini fairing, and a low seat height of 720mm. It also features specially tuned rear shock absorbers finished in chrome compared to other elements that come finished in black.
The Harley-Davidson Street 750 is powered by a liquid-cooled, Revolution X V-Twin 749cc engine that makes 60Nm of peak torque at 3750rpm. It works in conjunction with a 6-speed gearbox.
The bike is built around a steel double-cradle frame and uses a telescopic fork and gas-charged shocks mounted to the swingarm. Its braking setup comprises disc brakes at both ends with dual-channel ABS. It competes against the Kawasaki Vulcan S.
Harley Davidson Street 750 Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Street 750
- Engine performance
- ride quality
Things We Don't Like in Street 750
- Styling could have been better
- lack of features
Street 750 Price List (Variants)
|Street 750 STD749 cc||Rs.5,33,000|
|Street 750 BS6749 cc||Rs.5,43,000|
|Street 750 10th Anniversary edition749 cc||Rs.5,47,100|
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Harley Davidson Street 750 Mileage and Performance
|City Mileage||24.9 kmpl|
|Highway Mileage||27.6 kmpl|
|Overall Mileage||25 kmpl|
|Acceleration (0-60 Kmph)||2.97s|
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We would suggest you to get a complete inspection done of the bi9ke at the authorized service centres, generally this condition comes when the exhaust system exceeds the certain temprature point. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service centres and selecting your city accordingly - Service centre.Answered on 18 Dec 2019
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Harley-Davidson Bike Showrooms in Delhi
- Capital Harley-Davidson
Shop No 120, DLF Promenade, Nelson Mandela Road, Vasant Kunj, Delhi 110070
- Red Fort Harley-Davidson
A-16, Mayapuri Industrial Area Phase -I New Delhi 110064
Street 750 price in India
|Bangalore||Rs. 5.33 - 5.47 Lakh|
|Chennai||Rs. 5.33 - 5.47 Lakh|
|Pune||Rs. 5.33 - 5.47 Lakh|
|Kolkata||Rs. 5.33 - 5.47 Lakh|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 5.33 - 5.47 Lakh|
|Mumbai||Rs. 5.33 - 5.47 Lakh|
|Delhi||Rs. 5.33 - 5.47 Lakh|
Street 750 Expert Review
With the Street 750, Harley Davidson has opened its doors for the beginner motorcycling enthusiasts, who dreamt to own one from its stable, but feared from the high price points and intimidating profiles of the rest of its motorcycles. With a basic design which looks sober and adequate, the Street 750 may lack the overall size and persona of a Harley Davidson, but it does have a sweet road presence. Power comes from an all new four stroke, liquid cooled, twin cylinder Revolution-X engine, which displaces 749cc and produces 60 Nm of torque, making it the smallest least powerful engine from the Harley Davidson family in India. The rest of the mechanical setup is basic as well, with the Street 750 fitted with traditional telescopic hydraulic front forks and the conventional twin shock absorbers. Priced at Rs. 5.17 lakh, the Street 750 is the most affordable motorcycle from Harley Davidson currently available in India.
As said before, the Street 750 is Harley Davidson’s least priced motorcycle in India. At Rs. 5.17 lakh, the Street 750 screams value, for the fact that it is the most affordable 750cc motorcycle currently available in the country.
For 2018, Harley Davidson has introduced dual tone color options for the Street 750. The motorcycle is now available in the single tone paint options of Vivid Black, Black Denim, Wicked Red and Bonneville Salt Pearl and dual tone paint schemes of Vivid Black Deluxe, Wicked Red Deluxe, Bonneville Salt Pearl Deluxe.
On the basis of price point, there might not be a direct competitor to the Street 750, but then, moving up the ladder slightly, the Street 750 has an able rival in the form of Triumph Street Twin. Compared to the low slung cruiser profile of the Street 750, the Street Twin has a retro flair in its overall design, which is slightly more premium and smart looking. The Street Twin has a smaller 650cc twin cylinder, which though produces equal levels of performance, making the engine more tractable and easy to use. The lower kerb weight of the Street Twin is an additional bonus for its low speed manners, making it an easier motorcycle to ride.
Design and Features
Compared to the bling and size of the Harley Davidson motorcycles we have known in the past, the Street 750 possesses none, and looks a bit basic when viewed with the rest of the range of the manufacturer. But that doesn’t mean it looks bad – it does have its own personality which makes it sober and built to purpose. With a traditional cruiser design, the Street 750 comes with a blackened theme which is a usually not seen much on the Harley Davidson motorcycles from the past.
The Street 750 has a basic round headlamp which gets surrounded by tucked-back headlamp cowl, thus giving some presence to the otherwise bland face. In an old school fashion, the front forks of the Street 750 come with zig-zag rubber padding, the round turn indicators are amber colored and a chopped front fender sits above the front tyre.
The side profile of the Street 750 looks elongated with a long peanut shaped fuel tank, which now comes with a dual tone finish. Below the fuel tank sits the twin cylinder Revolution-X engine in all its glory, which is completely finished in black and pulls out a 2-into-1 long exhaust pipe. The seven spoke alloy wheels too have a basic design which is in symphony with the rest of the design. The low slung styling of the Street 750 gives it a low seat height, with the Street 750 getting a single piece long seat. The long radiator placed ahead of the engine compartment looks purposeful and adds in the presence of the motorcycle
The rear end of the Street 750 is rather plain and looks bland with a small LED tail lamp on the rear fender at the end of the tapered rear body panel. The basic-ness of the overall motorcycle is carried forward in the way the instrument console is designed. The single pod part digital console packs in an analog speedometer and a small LCD display which provides readouts for odometer, trip meter and various small tell tale info.
Overall, the Street 750 looks smart, but it would have been great if Harley Davidson could have made extra effort to make it a bit more premium and distinct looking motorcycle.
Engine and Performance
Where the Street 750 makes up for the lack in road presence is its sweet engine. The Street 750 marked the debut of Harley Davidson’s all new Revolution-X family of small capacity engines. The motorcycle comes fitted with Harley Davidson’s smallest engine for India, which is a four stroke, liquid cooled, twin cylinder, 749cc mill. Coupled to a 5-speed gearbox, this engine produces 49 PS of power and 60 Nm of torque, making it the least powerful engine of Harley Davidson family in India.
But this doesn’t mean that it is an underpowered powertrain. The Street 750 pulls off nicely from idle, thanks to its strong low end grunt and punchy mid range. The equally spread torque band gives the Street 750 amazing tractability, which is helpful in both city conditions as well as highway jaunts. This engine is the most refined one in the entire Harley family, making it much enjoyable to ride, especially at lower speeds.
Braking and Handling
Given its lower price positioning, the Street 750’s overall mechanical hardware is a bit basic. On the suspension front, the Street 750 comes with a basic setup of telescopic hydraulic forks at the front and a pair of hydraulic coil springs at the rear. The suspension setup might sound a bit basic, but then, it is set on a softer side, which makes the overall ride quality of the Street 750 plush and compliant to Indian road conditions.
The single disc at the front and a single disc at the rear take care of braking on the Street 750, which now get an additional support in the form of ABS as standard. The low seat height, smaller dimensions as compared to its stable mates and low kerb weight make the Street 750 the most agile motorcycle from Harley Davidson family to putter around in city conditions
Safety and Features
The powerful sports bike has been crafted such as to offer a purely balanced ride with proper weight balance. The bike is affixed with single disc brakes in the front and a set of disc brake at the rear to offer prompt and reliable braking response. The front hydraulic forks and rear coil spring shock absorbers form the suspension system of the bike. Added more towards safety is the AHO (Auto Headlamp ON) feature to the headlight. This feature makes sure that the headlight remains in a default ON mode every time the bike is taken for a ride. The mandatory feature has considerably reduced the rate of road accidents in India.
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