Harley-Davidson increases prices across India range

  • Published On: 30 March 2017

Prices have gone up by 1.5 percent.

There is dismal news for anyone looking to purchase a new Harley anytime soon as the American motorcycle manufacturer has increased prices in India by 1.5 percent. No official word has been released about the reason for the increase in prices but it is believed that input costs may have forced Harley-Davidson India to do so. The price of its most popular bike in India, the Street 750, has shifted from ₹4.91 lakh to a total of ₹4.98 lakh. Other products to follow the same fate are the Road King, Forty-Eight, 1200 Custom along with the rest of the range.

                    Model name                          Price
                     Street 750                     Rs. 4,98,000
                     Iron 883                     Rs. 8,11,000
                     Forty-Eight                     Rs. 9,65,000
                    1200 Custom                     Rs. 9,43,000
                    Roadster                     Rs. 9,85,000
                    Road King                     Rs. 26,85,000
                    Street Glide Special                     Rs. 31,70,000
                    Road Glide Special                     Rs. 33,33,000
                    CVO Limited                     Rs. 51,35,000


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