Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 to launch soon – priced higher, more performance
The Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 has been priced at Rs. 5,86,000 for India, which is Rs. 95,000 more than the base Street 750 model. It gets new body panels, mechanical changes, and an enhanced engine.
Here are more details of the bike
|HD Street Rod 750 launch in India||April 2017|
|Price||Rs. 5.85 lakh|
|Torque||62 NM @ 4000 rpm|
Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 launch date and price
The Street Rod 750 will reach India within the next two month (test drives commence in April) and should command a premium of Rs. 95,000 over the standard model. In USA the bike sells for $ 8,699 while the street 750 is priced $7499. Similar prices are reflected in the U.K spec model as well.
|HD Street Rod 750 USA price||$ 8,699|
|HD Street Rod 750 UK price||£ 6,745|
Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 design
The design of the Street Rod resembles the XR1200X, so the bike is not completely unlike bigger Harleys. It gets new front fairing, taller stance, new instrument cluster, LED taillights and indicators, and bar end mirrors. The contrasting red colour on the rear shocks and lights looks good too.
Courtesy of the new mechanical changes, its wheelbase has come down to 1,510mm (-10mm) and so does its length- 2,130mm in length (-85mm). However, the ground clearance has gone up by 60mm, at 205mm.
-Full specs at UpcomingBikesIndia.com
Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 Engine, Specs
The HD Street Rod gets extensive mechanical changes. New 43mm inverted front forks and piggyback rear shocks are tuned to provide a sportier ride, while dual discs at front and single ones at rear take care of braking.
Both front and rear wheels of the Street Rod are 17”, shod in 120/70-section and 160/60-section tyres respectively.
The biggest talking point of the bike is the addition of the new High Output Revolution X 750 engine, which not only delivers 18 per cent more power but also eight per cent more Torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission and its compression ratio is now 12.0:1.