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Harley-Davidson Bikes

Harley-Davidson bikes India offers 9 new models in India with price starts at Rs. 5.34 Lakh and goes up to Rs. 18.25 Lakh . The popular bikes of Harley-Davidson include Street 750 (Rs. 5.34 Lakh), Iron 883 (Rs. 9.38 Lakh) and Fat Boy (Rs. 18.25 Lakh) . The cheapest Harley-Davidson bike is Street 750 (Rs. 5.34 Lakh) and the most expensive one is Fat Boy (Rs. 18.25 Lakh). Harley-Davidson bikes in India are expected to launch 350 (Rs. 2.5 Lakh), CVO Limited (Rs. 50.83 Lakh) and LiveWire (Rs. 50 Lakh) in the year 2020-2021 . Select a Harley-Davidson bike to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

Harley-Davidson Bikes Price List (2020) in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
Harley Davidson Street 750Rs. 5.34 Lakh
Harley Davidson Iron 883Rs. 9.38 Lakh
Harley Davidson Fat BoyRs. 18.25 Lakh
Harley Davidson Forty EightRs. 10.61 Lakh
Harley Davidson Street RodRs. 5.99 Lakh
Harley Davidson 1200 CustomRs. 10.89 Lakh
Harley Davidson Low RiderRs. 13.75 Lakh
Harley Davidson Forty Eight SpecialRs. 10.98 Lakh
Harley-Davidson Low Rider SRs. 14.69 Lakh

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About Harley-Davidson Bikes

The most famous and popular name in the world of motorcycles, Harley-Davidson announced its entry into India in 2008 and clearly stated that it has big plans for the huge two-wheeler market in India. After setting up an assembly line in the counry, the American cruiser-bike company is dedicated to serving the Indian bikers with its luxurious set of wheels.

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Harley-Davidson User Reviews

  • Iron 883
    4.2
    51 reviews & ratings
    Iron 883

    I have been riding this bike since 6 years now and have done 30k kms, it has its flaws but you can compare it with anything else, the sheer pride of ownership is priceless, its just not about the ride and all the cost that comes with it, its the overall feeling of owning something premium, I had to change the tyres and clutch plates, general servicing is on a higher side, but then if you are looking at price and cost pls don't buy it, you live only once and if you love to ride bikes, own a harley davidson before dying.

    Vivek
    Vivek 10 months ago
    Iron 883 User Reviews
  • Forty Eight
    4.2
    14 reviews & ratings
    Forty Eight

    The forty eight is an amazing looking bike and it rocks the evolution engine which are said to run for ever, HOWEVER it lacks in comfort, practicality due to no fuel gauge and small tank capacity and also horrible mileage. The forty eight also lacks power in the top end and it just refuses to go beyond 165 kmph mark stock form. Therefore anyone looking to but the forty eight must consider other better options such as the triumph bobber etc

    Jaya
    Jaya 10 months ago
    Forty Eight User Reviews
  • Street 750
    4.1
    95 reviews & ratings
    Street 750

    If you are looking for a super bike to go on long stretches, i think this is the one to consider. I have rode really long distances close to 800 kms in 12 hours. This gives you utmost comfort and confidence to ride on indian roads. The power at disposal boosts the confidence to take easy overtaking. In simple words you get a quality superbike for the money you pay and on top of it I feel taking the pride of owning an world renowned Iconic brand which has a lot of history to it. Many dream of owning one and I owe one of it.

    Victor
    Victor 1 year ago
    Street 750 User Reviews
  • Street Rod
    4.3
    22 reviews & ratings
    Street Rod

    This is a very revered bike, riding this is bike is itself a proud feeling , service stations are a bit far and only two in Delhi, parts are a bit expensive but it's Harley so can't Nick pick too much, over all the bike is great

    Danish
    Danish 4 months ago
    Street Rod User Reviews
  • Street 750
    4.1
    95 reviews & ratings
    Street 750

    Performance & Handling is very elegant, since it quite low the road grip is good. Long rides are not very comfortable after a point because of riding position, specially if you are taller than 5 foot 8 inches.

    Ashok
    Ashok 2 weeks ago
    Street 750 User Reviews
  • Forty Eight
    4.2
    14 reviews & ratings
    Forty Eight

    THE FUEL TANK IS SMALL 2.1 GALLONS. PLS UPGRADE AT LEAST TO 3.3 GALLONS SAME AS IRON 883. IF THAT HAPPEN IT WILL BE SOLD QUICKLY LIKE PAN CAKES. THIS IS MY PERSONNAL VIEW ONLY

    Ches
    Ches 2 months ago
    Forty Eight User Reviews

Harley-Davidson Bikes Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 week ago

    Harley Davidson Street 750 has a seat height of 720 mm that makes it the best option for those with average heights. And a person with a height of 5.8 ft can comfortably ride this. Moreover, we would suggest you to have a test ride so that you can check its comfort and performance. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms.

    Street 750 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 weeks ago

    If we talk about Harley Davidson Street 750, the Street 750 is a compact bike in comparison to other offering from the stables of Harley. The riding position is a bit odd for a person with 180cm or above due to the footpeg position and low saddle height. They aren’t completely forward-set like traditional Harley-Davidson bikes but feel more like an extended centre-set footpegs. But after spending a few kilometres riding it all that apprehensions get disappeared, as the swept back handlebar and aptly cushioned saddle, the Street makes for a relaxed riding posture and benefits long-distance touring. This means an average built Indian would feel comfortable on the motorcycle. On the other hand, the Harley-Davidson Street Rod is based on the Street 750, but H-D says changes are extensive enough for it to warrant an all-new tag. The tank is now positioned further ahead to seat the rider further forward as the rider now has to reach forward to the flat, drag-style handlebar. The bar-end mirrors are an absolute treat, to see and to use. To go with the sportier, slightly canted forward seating position, the Rod uses mid-set footpegs unlike the Street's forward set ones. The rider’s seat is prominently dished out and promises to keep the rider from sliding back on opening the gas. Seat height has been raised to 765mm from the Street 750’s 720mm, but this will barely affect even shorter riders. Mid-set footpegs offer a sporty feel as well, but the overall sense is of a bit of awkwardness. The pegs are set a bit wide and high, as a result of which my knees were pointing outward and thighs were as high as the tank. Another issue is that just like the Street 750, your left thigh is still precariously close to the rear cylinder, and when you keep your right foot down each time you halt, you can feel the heat which can get really bothersome at traffic lights. You may compare both the bikes. Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.

    Street 750 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 weeks ago

    Harley-Davidson is currently working on several interesting projects as part of its ‘More Roads To Harley-Davidson’ growth plan. The manufacturer not only intends to enter new segments like EVs, ADV and streetfighter, but it is also planning to build low-cost bikes to increase its presence in South East Asia. And for that, Harley-Davidson has teamed up with China-based Qianjiang Motorcycle Company to manufacturer its first-ever 350cc motorcycle, the HD350. You may set an alert for its launch. In order to know more about it, you may check out the below-given articles.- Harley-Davidson 350cc Bike To Be Built In China.- Here’s What To Expect From The Upcoming Harley-Davidson 350.

    350 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 weeks ago

    For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest authorized service center as they will be the better person to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service centre and selecting your city accordingly - Service centre.

    Iron 883 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 weeks ago

    As of now, the brand has not revealed the complete details. So we would suggest you wait for its launch and stay tuned for further updates.

    350 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    The Harley Davidson Fat Boy comes in two engine configurations: Milwaukee-Eight 107 and 114. The smaller 1,745cc (107ci) air-cooled V-twin engine churns out a thumping 145Nm at a lowly 3000rpm while the larger 1,868cc (114ci) mill makes a gut-wrenching 156Nm that is produced at the same revs.

    Fat Boy Q&A

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Which is the cheapest Harley-Davidson bikes in India?

The cheapest Harley-Davidson bikes in India is Street 750, which is priced at Rs. 5.34 Lakh.

Which are the best Harley-Davidson bikes above 2 lakh?

The popular bikes offered by Harley-Davidson in this segment are Harley Davidson Street 750, Harley Davidson Iron 883 and Harley Davidson Fat Boy

What is the price range of Harley-Davidson bikes?

Harley-Davidson bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 5.34 Lakh to Rs. 18.25 Lakh.

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