Harley-Davidson Launches Street 750 10th Anniversary Limited Edition Series

Modified On Aug 27, 2019 By Benjamin Noel Gracias for Harley Davidson Street 750

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The exclusive bike celebrates 10 years of Harley-Davidson in India 

Harley-Davidson Street 750 10th Anniversary edition

  • The Harley-Davidson Street 750 is now BS6-certified.
  • Only 300 units of the limited edition cruiser will be made. 
  • It gets a gold finish on the fuel tank, Indian motif on the tail section. 

 

Harley-Davidson has launched a special edition of the Street 750 to celebrate 10 years of its India operations. Called the Street 750 10th Anniversary edition, only 300 units of this bike will be made. It is priced at Rs 5,47,100 (ex-showroom), which makes it Rs 13,100 more expensive than the standard Street 750. However, it is more affordable than the two-tone paint variant that retails for Rs 5.66 lakh. This special edition Street 750 gets cosmetic updates but doesn’t feature any changes to its underpinnings or powertrain. 

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Harley-Davidson Street 750 10th Anniversary edition

The special edition Street 750 gets a special gold flake finish on the fuel tank with a gold ‘Harley-Davidson’ logo and ‘10 years’ imprinted in the centre. The tailpiece gets a cultural motif with the name India and numbers 2009 and 2019 on either side, signifying Harley’s presence in India.

Harley-Davidson Street 750 10th Anniversary edition

The special edition Street 750 is powered by the same 749cc Revolution X V-twin motor that produces 60Nm at a low 3750rpm. However, the MY2020  Street 750 has received BS6 certification. That will make it the first big bike in India to be BS6 compliant, adhering to norms way before the BS6 deadline kicks on 1 April 2020. 

Harley-Davidson Street 750 10th Anniversary edition

At the same event, Harley also showcased the LiveWire for the first time on our shores. Head here to know all about Harley’s first all-electric muscle bike.

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