Harley Lures: Pay Rs 91,000 & Take HD Street 750 Home!

The devotees of Harley-Davidson in India have something coming guaranteed to uplift and cheer. HD India has teamed up with HDFC and ICICI to lend a helping hand to people desirous of owning a brand new Harley-Davidson.

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The banks have on offer convenient loan options for all the HD bikes, plus; if you book their Street 750 in the coming month of March 2014, you will be entitled to get a full waiver on the banks’ processing fees.

The banks will evaluate your credit worthiness and if you qualify, the partnership between HD and one of the banks will make it easier for you to own a HD. There is another offer, specifically on the Street 750. HD and the partner bank will offer you the bike for a down-payment of INR 91,471 with the rest of the purchase price payable by EMI of INR 8,309 over a period of five years.

The Street 750 is priced at INR 4.10 lacs (ex-showroom, Delhi) and bookings will open on March 1, 2014, across all 13 dealerships.

So, if you have special something for the HD Street 750, we suggest you book it in the coming month of March and get the full waiver as well as the easy EMI option.

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HDFC says that it will go even further. Besides the offer described above, the HDFC bank has agreed to provide loans for customization/accessories as well. The loan amount could be up to INR 50,000 at the time of purchase of the Harley-Davidson Street 750, and up to INR 2.0 lacs on the purchase of other models.

So there you have it:

  • Approach HDFC or ICICI requesting loan to buy any bike from Harley-Davidson India.
  • If you have decided to have the new Street 750, book it in March 2014.
  • Approach HDFC to get additional loan for customization/accessories and make your HD stand apart from the rest.

At present, Harley Davidson offers 12 models in its line-up in India in addition to a full range of genuine parts, accessories, and general merchandise, available through its authorized dealerships.

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