The 2019 Harley Davidson Street 750 is priced starting from Rs. 533,000. It is available in three colour schemes- Vivid Black, Color and Dual Tone. Launched in 2014, the Street 750 is the most affordable model in the Milwaukee muscle’s Indian line-up. It has held its on amidst newer (& some better) competition and is likely to do so until a proper upgrade comes.
As you probably know, Harley’s cheapest model- the Street 500 isn’t available in India.
- 749 CC LIQUID COOLED ENGINE
- 6 SPEED TRANSMISSION
- BELT DRIVE
- 2 INTO 1 EXHAUST
- SINGLE CALIPER DISC BRAKES
- SPECIALLY TUNED SUSPENSION
- V TWIN 60° 4-VALVES PER HEAD
- Length 2,215 mm
- Seat Height, Unladen 720 mm
- Ground Clearance 145 mm
- Wheelbase 1,520 mm
- Tyres, Front Specification 100/80-17 52H
- Tyres, Rear Specification 150/70-15 67H
- Fuel Capacity 13.1 l
- Weight, As Shipped 223 kg
- Weight, In Running Order 233 kg
Engine and Customisations
The Harley Davidson Street 750 is powered by a Revolution X , V-Twin engine, claimed to have been designed especially for rough riding conditions that we have in India. It returns 59 Nm of maximum torque, coupled to a six-speed transmission. Domestic models have MRF Zapper tyres griping the ground, which is the obviosly a cutting measure .
In typical Harley Davidson fashion, the Street 750 comes with a wide range of customization and can be built (within limits) according to individual preferences.
The 2019 Street 750 ( and the Street 500) is produced at the company’s Bawal plant in Haryana, India, from where it is shipped to international markets. The series has a whole isn’t in the good books of purist’s even now and they have a hard time even accepting its existence. However, the 750 did bring new breed of enthusiasts to Harley fold, mostly the recently-rich millennial looking to upgrade their Royal Enfield.
Globally, its an ‘upgrade or die’ situation or Harley Davidson and their sales have been dipping across the State. New models and wider portfolio are in works, some, hitting the roads aster than you think.