The recently launched Street 750 is the ‘compact SUV’ of the motorcycling world. Fuel prices have been soaring and people haven’t the time lately to hop on to an unreasonably big bike and go invading the neighbouring countries.
Compact is very much in and the word ‘frugal’ is now looked upon as ‘cool’, hence the Revolution X engine and two lightweights – the Street 750 and Street 500.
Street 750 was unveiled at the Auto Expo 2014 with an ‘open for business’ date of March 1, 2014. As announced, HD is accepting advance bookings for the new Street 750 starting March 1, 2014 and you can have your very own Street 750 for INR 30,000 deposited at your nearest Harley-Davidson dealer. Alternatively, get the booking form from Harley’s official website.
Harley Street 750 Features:
- 749 cc V-twin designed for urban riding
- Dark Custom paint job
- Belt drive
- LED tail light
- Six-speed gearbox
- 217 kg wet weight
- Power 54 bhp and torque 44 Nm (estimated)
- Disc brakes front and rear
- 2-into-1 exhaust
If you already know all this and are hunting for the on-road prices, here is the list!
Street 750 On-Road Prices:
- Street 750 OTR Ahmedabad: Rs 4.69 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Bangalore: Rs 4.99 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Chandigarh: Rs 4.42 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Chennai: 4.7 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Kerala: Rs 4.59 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Delhi: Rs 4.57 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Goa: Rs 4.8 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Indore: Rs 4.66 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Jaipur: Rs 4.57 Lakh
- Street 750 OTR Kolkata: Rs 4.82 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Mumbai: Rs 4.92 Lakhs
- Street 750 OTR Pune: Rs 4.66 Lakhs
Going by these on-road prices, which include the registration and insurance charges over the ex-showroom prices, customers in Bangalore will have to pay the maximum whereas their counterparts in Chandigarh can own the bike at over 50K cheaper, the least! The delivery of the bikes will begin in June 2014.
If you are desperate for Street 750 and are short of cash, Harley Davidson has tied up with ICICI and HDFC banks to provide attractive finance options which also include accessories for the bike.
Street 750 meant for the U.S., Canada and Mexico markets will be built at Harley facilities in Kansas City and India-made bikes will be exported to the rest of the world markets where HD already has a presence.