That news is a year old! After that, we didn’t hear much from Harley Davidson… until now.
In their official Facebook page, Harley Davidson is posting some cryptic hints. By the looks of it, these hints point out to the launch of two new 750cc motorcycles: Harley Davidson Street 750 and Harley Davidson Street Rod 750.
We did enquire about them on this matter, and Harley Davidson of Kathmandu officially confirmed it! But that’s not all! HD even revealed the prices on their newest Street 750 series. Harley Davidson Street 750 price in Nepal is expected to be around Rs. 26 Lakhs. Likewise, Harley Davidson Street Rod price in Nepal is expected to be around Rs. 28 Lakhs.
Please keep in mind, these are just expected price tag. So, it might change when both Harleys’ gets an official launch. By the way, bookings are currently open! Head out to the showroom, book yours today!
Harley Davidson Street 750
Harley Davidson Street 750 is part of the Dark Custom motorcycle range. It is equipped with the tradition cruiser design to expect for the rear and front shocks which are garnished in chrome.
Moreover, it is powered by a 749cc liquid-cooled Revolution X V-Twin engine. Furthermore, it can generate a max power of 53BHP at 8000rpm and max torque of 59Nm at 4000rpm.
Additionally, it comes with a 100/80R17 front Bias tire and a 140/75R17 rear Radial tire. Plus, both use a dual-disc braking system with dual-channel ABS.
Moving on, you get a 13.1L fuel tank, with an expected mileage of 17kmpl. Moreover, you also get a 6-speed transmission… halogen headlamp?
It seems like it does come with a halogen lamp. Imagine that, a bike with a price tag of a modern hatchback, comes with a halogen lamp.
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Harley Davidson Street Rod 750
Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 is the level-up from the Street 750. It is powered by a 749cc liquid-cooled High Output Revolution X V-Twin engine. Furthermore, it can generate a max power of 53BHP at 8000rpm and max torque of 60Nm at 4000rpm.
Additionally, it comes with a 120/70R17 front tire and a 160/60R17 rear tire. Plus, both use a dual-disc braking system with dual-channel ABS. As expected, it boasts a high ground clearance of 205mm. Similar to the Street 750, it comes with USD telescopic front forks and rear dual-shock absorbers.
So, you might be wondering just the difference between the Street 750 and Street Rod 750. Here’s how both are different from one another.
It gets a re-worked engine and bettering braking, giving out more power along with better performance. Moreover, it looks significantly different from reworked chassis, seats, and suspension. In the Street Rod version, you will find it looks true to the traditional street motorcycles.
Personally, I like the styling of Street Rod 750, even more than the Street 750. But that’s just my opinion. I’ll be sure to visit it after the official launch.
What are your thoughts on Harleys’ latest Street series? Plus, what do you think about the halogen lamps on a premium motorcycle? Do share your thoughts in the comments down below!
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