|Engine Displ. :||749 cc|
|No Of Cylinders :||2|
|Torque :||59 Nm @ 3750 rpm|
|Power :||47.6 PS @ 8000 rpm|
|Top Speed :||200|
|Head Lamp :||Halogen|
|Tyre Make :||NA|
The Davidson Street 750 was the star two-wheeler at the 2014 Auto Expo where it was officially launched. It holds the distinction of being the first Davidson motorcycle to be manufactured in India and this was the key in its competitive pricing. The cruiser bike has been priced at Rs 4.91 lakh a(ex-showroom, Delhi) and it was recently updated with ABS as many people had complained the lack of it and new colour options. The Street 750 has a classic cruiser styling but unlike most American cruiser motorcycles that are drenched in chrome, the Street 750 adopts an all-black theme. It is a good looking bike but the compact dimension is something that doesn’t appeal many.
The bike was designed after taking feedback from over 3,000 bikers across the globe most of whom were youngsters and the bike was designed with an urban theme. At the time of launch, the new liquid-cooled RevolutionX engine was the first new Harley-Davidson engine in the last 13 years. The 750cc, liquid-cooled, V-Twin motor delivers around 55 to 60PS, while torque rating is 65Nm at 4,000rpm. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel via belt-drive that is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Davidson hasn’t claimed any mileage figures but in real world conditions, the Street 750 has a fuel efficiency of around 20kmpl.
The low seat height of 720mm makes the bike accessible to shorter riders and it weighs 233kg. Braking is done by disc brakes on both ends and ABS has been made standard on the 2017 Harley-Davidson Street 750. The American cruiser competes against the Hyosung Aquila Pro and the soon to be launched Kawasaki Vulcan.
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We ride the new Dark Custom trio of the Harley-Davidson Street 750, Iron 883 and the Forty Eight on the busy streets of Tokyo
The Moto Miu Katanga Uno is a custom cafe racer built on the standard Harley-Davidson Street 750
What started as a healthy discussion about cruisers versus sport tourers, ended up as a 1,500km ride on the Harley Davidson Street 750 and the Kawasaki Ninja 650
The most affordable Harley-Davidson offers a motor eager to throttle responses and acceleration is brisk. Gear ratios are suitably distributed and gearbox shifts are precise. While the Street 750 offers very good handling, whether within city streets or on a curvy road, the brakes could have been better, more progressive.
Good performance, Among the best handling Harley-Davidson bikes, Cheapest Harley-Davidson
Fit and finish is poor, Exhaust note isn’t loud, Not pillion friendly
A very good entry level V-Twin cruiser from the Harley-Davidson stable, the Street 750 is the most affordable H-D available in the market right now. The engaging handling and the punchy motor makes it a very good budget cruiser.
While the Vulcan S gets all prepped and decked up to enter Indian showrooms, let’s find out if it’s got what it takes to rival its biggest competition, the Harley-Davidson Street 750?
Close to 50 members attended the ride which also included exclusive ‘Passport To Freedom’ programme for women
The Street 750 takes inspiration from the Harley-Davidson XR series heritage dirt-trackers
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