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  • Harley-Davidson to launch 250-500cc & mid-weight bikes in India next year

    Harley-Davidson to launch 250-500cc & mid-weight bikes in India next year:

    https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/te...r-3992381.html

    Harley’s smallest bike in its India line-up has an engine of 750cc and costs Rs 5.25 lakh (ex-showroom). In comparison, bikes manufactured by its rivals such as BMW and KTM have engines starting with 300-400cc, and both were developed tapping the expertise of TVS Motor Company and Bajaj Auto. All such bikes of BMW and KTM carry a price tag of under Rs 3.5 lakh.

    In recent months, RE launched its biggest bikes – Interceptor and Continental GT - with a 650cc engine. Both bikes are priced under Rs 2.7 lakh, whereas rivals with similar engine capacity are priced over Rs 5.5 lakh.

    Besides the small engine bike, Harley will also be launching new bikes under the mid-weight category next year. A streetfighter and an adventure touring model will be launched in 2020. These new models will have an engine of less than 600cc. Both these new models are expected to come to India.
    Urban Gypsies MC

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    Re: Harley-Davidson to launch 250-500cc & mid-weight bikes in India next year

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      Re: Harley-Davidson to launch 250-500cc & mid-weight bikes in India next year

      At last, HD has understood the success mantra for Indian market!
      A bike on the road is worth two in the shed.

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