Harley-Davidson raises prices of its CKD bikes

  • Published On: 12 April 2018

Recent custom duty hikes have resulted in price rises in the range of Rs 8,000-70,000.

Thanks to an increase in custom duties (in February 2018), from 10 percent to 15 percent, on completely knocked down (CKD) kits, prices for locally assembled motorcycles have risen. While, Harley-Davidson India hadn’t immediately increased its prices, it said it would by the end of March. As of April 1st, prices have gone up by Rs 8,000-70,000, depending on the model.

The company did announce a small decrease in prices of the Hayabusa, which is imported as a CKD, thanks to the different duty rates charged by the government for types of CKD kits. The Street 750, costs Rs 8,000 more, and the Street Rod’s price has increased by Rs 37,000. Both these motorcycles are manufactured in India, but few components are imported.




Street 750

Rs 5.25 lakh

Rs 5.17 lakh

Street Rod

Rs 6.45 lakh

Rs 6.08 lakh

Iron 883

Rs 9.23 lakh

Rs 8.72 lakh


Rs 10.50 lakh

Rs 10.01 lakh

1200 Custom

Rs 10.65 lakh

Rs 9.79 lakh


Rs 10.99 lakh

Rs 10.22 lakh

Street Bob

Rs 12.59 lakh

Rs 12.01 lakh

Low Rider

Rs 13.59 lakh

Rs 12.99 lakh

Fat Bob

Rs 14.59 lakh

Rs 14.01 lakh

Fat Boy

Rs 18.11 lakh

Rs 17.51 lakh


Rs 18.65 lakh

Rs 17.99 lakh

News You May Like

Renault will launch a petrol automatic Duster soon

The company is set to expand its Duster line-up with the introduction of a new petrol automatic variant.

Read More
Tata-VW Group collaboration will boost Skoda in India

The agreement is set to provide significant gains to Skoda, which was the first VW Group brand to make a foray into the Indian market in 2001.

Read More
Download App