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Harley Davidson Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 15 Lakh

Harley Davidson Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 15 Lakh - Find out the new and upcoming Harley Davidson motorcycles or bikes under Rs 15 Lakh with their expected price and launched date in India. We've compiled a list of all the forthcoming Harley Davidson bikes, along with estimated pricing and approximate launch dates. In the years -22, four bikes are expected to be released, including the Harley Davidson Multistrada 950, Harley Davidson Hypermotard 950, and Harley Davidson Monster. Find information about the most recent bike debuts in India, as well as a pricing list.

Harley Davidson 350

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Harley Davidson 350

Expected Price

Rs. 2.50 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Feb, 2023

About Upcoming Harley Davidson 350 - The patent pictures for the Harley-Davidson 338R have been posted online. It appears to be quite identical to the production-ready version that was initially sighted in August. In collaboration with Qianjiang Motorcycle, the bike was designed for Asian markets. The chassis, suspension, brakes, and wheels will all be shared between the 338R and the Benelli 302S. By increasing the bore and stroke, the engine's displacement was raised from 300cc to 338cc. As a result, we could see an improvement in performance. The Benelli 302S, for example, has a 6-speed transmission and produces 38.06PS and 25.6Nm of torque.

An inverted front fork, rear monoshock, and petal discs on both ends are among the bike's quality foundations. Only if Harley-rumored Davidson's partnership with HeroMotoCorp pans out will the motorbike be launched in India. If everything goes according to plan, the next motorbike may cost between Rs 3 lakh and Rs 3.5 lakh (ex-showroom).

Harley Davidson EDT600R Electric Bike

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Harley Davidson EDT600R Electric Bike

Expected Price

Rs. 6 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Apr, 2023

About Upcoming Harley Davidson EDT600R Electric Bike - The Harley Davidson EDT600R Electric Bike will be released in India at a price of Rs. 6.00 lakh.

Harley Davidson Bronx

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Harley Davidson Bronx

Expected Price

Rs. 12 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Jul, 2023

About Upcoming Harley Davidson Bronx - Harley-Davidson In the foreign market, the Bronx launch has been put out to . Following its debut at EICMA 2019, the streetfighter was supposed to arrive in . The Bronx is expected to arrive in India by the end of . It's driven by a 975cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine that produces 116 horsepower and 95 pound-feet of torque. Harley-Davidson has teamed up with Brembo to create new monoblock callipers built particularly for motorcycles.

Expect a TFT screen, Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control, and heated grips as standard equipment. It might also include the brand's new H-D Connect service, which, when linked with a smartphone, displays battery voltage, fuel level, tyre pressure, riding statistics, and other rider-centric data. The Bronx is expected to cost Rs 12 lakh when it is released (ex-showroom).

Harley Davidson Sportster S

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Harley Davidson Sportster S

Expected Price

Rs. 15 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Nov,

About Upcoming Harley Davidson Sportster S - The Harley-Davidson Sportster S, a production version of the Harley-Davidson Custom 1250, has been released in the United States. It will be available in US dealerships in September for USD 14,999 (about Rs 15 lakh). Harley-Davidson is expected to introduce the bike in India before the end of the year, with a price tag of approximately Rs 15 lakh (ex-showroom).

The Sportster S is powered by a Revolution Max 1250T 1252cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine that is modified for greater low-end performance. It produces 122.3 horsepower and 125 pound-feet of torque, which is over 30 horsepower and 3 pound-feet fewer than the Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250. Several electronic assistance have been added to the engine, including four riding modes, a three-level cornering traction control system, cornering ABS, and engine brake control. The engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox with a slipper clutch.

Showa's 43mm upside down front fork and connected rear monoshock, both fully adjustable, are used on the bike. The 320mm front disc is clamped by a Brembo radial calliper, and there's also a 260mm rear disc. The Indian FTR 1200 will be the only other option in its sector.