Harley-Davidson Low Rider S Rides Into The Country

This special version of the Low Rider gets the larger Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine

  • Gets blacked-out overalls and gold touches.
  • Produces 155Nm from its 1,868cc V-twin motor.
  • Premium of Rs 94,000 over the standard Low Rider.

While most motorcycle manufacturers have been putting off launching new products during the lockdown period, Harley-Davidson has gone ahead and launched the new Low Rider S in India. The latest addition to the Softail family in India is priced at Rs 14,69,000 (ex-showroom India). This makes the Low Rider S Rs 94,000 dearer than the standard Low Rider.

What do you get for the extra moolah? For starters, it gets the larger Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine. The 1,868cc V-twin motor churns out 155Nm of gut-wrenching torque. That is 10Nm more than the smaller 1,745cc Milwaukee-Eight 107 motor of the Low Rider.

Another key change in the motorcycle is in the components department. It gets a chunky USD fork, the same unit from the Fat Bob. Plus, the Low Rider S features a twin front disc brake setup, which offers better braking performance.

We recently rode the bike in Spain, which you can check out by clicking the link here. While the Fat Bob remains our most enjoyable motorcycle of the Softail family, the bike’s discontinuation in India means the only performance-oriented Harley Softail you can buy currently is the Low Rider S. The bike will be available at all H-D dealerships once the lockdown is lifted with few dealers already accepting telephonic bookings.

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Harley-Davidson Low Rider S

Harley-Davidson Low Rider S

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