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Harley-Davidson Fat Bob launched in India

by Arun Mohan Nadar Posted on 22 Nov 201248,771 Views9 Comments

Harley-Davidson has launched its latest offering for India, the Fat Bob, priced at Rs 12.8 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Harley-Davidson Fat Bob

 

Harley-Davidson, the world renowned bike builder from America, launched its latest model, Fat Bob, today. Priced at Rs 12.8 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the Fat Bob joins the Dyna family of motorcycles, which are completely knocked-down models (CKD). With that, the count of bikes in the Dyna segment has risen to six.

 

Anoop Prakash, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson India, said, "The launch of the Fat Bob as CKD will allow more customers to experience our Dyna range at an attractive price point. At Harley-Davidson India, we will continue to adopt and invest in strategies that make our products and ownership experience accessible to more enthusiasts and customers in India,"

 

The basic design of the bike is like any other Harley, but the details that distinguish it are the forward-mounted foot controls, double headlamps, a drag-style handlebar, meaty front tyre and a sleek, two-up seat, which all add up to give the Fat Bob a mean and aggressive stance. 

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