Harley-Davidson has commenced the deliveries of the 2020 Street 750 bike. The vehicle is the first BS-VI motorcycle to go on sale in India. The new emission norm is all set to be implemented from 1 April.
The BS-VI version of the Harley-Davidson Street 750 produces the same output as its current version. The liquid-cooled, Revolution X, 749cc V-twin engine produces 60Nm peak torque at 3,750rpm. While most engines, following their upgrade to BS-VI standard have got a change in their output numbers, the Milwaukee-based company has managed to retain the outgoing Street 750’s power. Even the weight of the bike’s 2020 version remains the same at 233kg.
The Street 750 is the most affordable motorcycle in Harley-Davidson’s India portfolio. The bike’s features include a dual-channel antilock braking system (ABS), along with a digital trip meter, speedometer, and odometer. The motorcycle also comes with a fork lock and blade key ignition, and a locking gas cap. It has a round headlight with a bikini fairing, a sweptback handlebar, and a low seat height of 720mm. The motorcycle returns a claimed mileage of 24.9kmpl.
The company is also offering benefits of up to INR37,000 on Street 750’s regular version. The benefit has been extended to the Street’s limited edition 10th anniversary version as well. Customers can redeem the benefit of free insurance or Harley-Davidson Accessories.
The Street 750 is available in the Black Denim, Vivid Black, Vivid Black Deluxe, Wicked Red, Wicked Red Deluxe, Bonneville Salt Pearl, and Bonneville Salt Pearl Deluxe colours. The motorcycle commands a starting on-road price of INR5.97 lakh in Delhi. Harley-Davidson, however, may increase the Street 750’s price once the BS-VI emission norm is implemented.
The Street 750 locks horns with Benelli TNT 600i, Hyosung Aquila Pro 650, and the Kawasaki Vulcan S in the Indian market.