Booking of the Harley-Davidson Street 750 is set to commence from March 1, and the American two-wheeler manufacturer alongwith its financial partners, HDFC and ICICI banks, have a new finance scheme for bike enthusiasts. The new scheme states the complete slash down of the processing fee on the entire loan amount originated by HDFC and ICICI banks for those planning to purchase the Street 750.
Customers fulfilling the loan criteria laid down by these banks can purchase the bike for a minimum down payment of Rs 91,471 with an EMI of minimum Rs 8,309 over a five-year period. Apart from providing finance in procuring the bike, HDFC will provide additional finance assistance for accessories to the tune of Rs 50,000 for the Street 750, and up to Rs 2 lakh for other Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Harley owners prefer customising their bikes to set it apart from other fellow owners. The Street 750 owners will thus have options to choose from 57 official accessories to customise their bikes. The scheme is valid only for the month of March.
Commenting on the new finance scheme, Anoop Prakash, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson India said, “Our alliances with HDFC bank and ICICI bank further our commitment to make our motorcycles more accessible to everyone who has the desire to experience the thrill of leisure riding. With the launch of Street 750, we will undoubtedly expand our reach to a younger, urban customer base, and with these convenient finance options we will help bring them closer to the Harley-Davidson ownership experience.”
The Street 750 was launched at the recently concluded 2014 Indian Auto Expo at a price tag of Rs 4.1 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). At this pricing, it is the most affordable Harley-Davidson offering in our country, and also the first bike from the iconic American bikemaker’s portfolio to be manufactured in India at Bawal, Haryana. Powering the motorcycle is an all-new, 749cc, liquid-cooled, V-twin engine producing 65Nm @ 4,000rpm and around 55-65PS of power. The Street 750 will be on sale across the 13 Harley-Davidson dealerships based in the country from March 1 onwards.
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