Harley-Davidson reveals lineup for the next year
Harley-Davidson reveals lineup for the next year. Harley-Davidson has updated its lineup for 2016 and has also revealed prices of its models. Apart from the new bikes, the company is also offering a lot of accessories and merchandise to buyers.
Harley-Davidson has updated its lineup for 2016 and has also revealed prices of its models. Apart from the new bikes, the company is also offering a lot of accessories and merchandise to buyers. Updated versions of three Dark Custom bikes – Iron 883, Forty-Eight and Street 750 have been launched.
The Iron 883 gets a new front suspension, adjustable rear suspension, lighter alloy wheels and a tweaked seating position. The bike is now available in Black Denim colour too. The Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight gets a new seat, new alloys, wider 49 mm forks and adjustable rear suspension.
The tank now gets 1970s inspired graphics and also a black out exhaust. The motorcycle is now available in Velocity Red Sunglo colour too. The Street 750 gets new front and rear brakes and a new wire loom routing. The bike also gets the option of Superior Blue colour.
Harley-Davidson will also provide its high output TwinCam 103 engines on all Softail bikes like the Fat Boy, Heritage Softail Classic and Breakout. The Heritage Softail Classic has also got some cosmetic tweaks.
The Sportster models from the Harley-Davidson range will now get a new front and rear suspension which pairs emulsion coil-over shocks with new front cartridge forks and new seats.
Apart from all this, the manufacturer is also rolling out MotorClothes for owners of Harley-Davidson bikes and many of these will be for the Black Label collection too. The company is also offering a lot of customisation options for buyers so that they can modify their bikes and make them exclusive.
2016 Harley-Davidson India Prices –
- Street 750 – Rs. 4.52 lakhs
- Iron 883 – Rs. 7.37 lakhs
- Forty-Eight – Rs. 9.12 lakhs
- Heritage Softail Classic – Rs. 16.60 lakhs
- Road King – Rs. 25 lakhs
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