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That Harley-Davidson is serious about the Indian market was never in doubt. The Milwaukee headquartered motorcycle company has often taken well planned and pioneering steps to bolster its presence in the Indian two-wheeler space. The Harley-Davidson 750, their first indigenously made bike, was a major milestone. Despite the fact that the motorcycle comprises the lion’s share of Harley-Davidson’s India sales, Street 750 has been reportedly having specification and finishing issues from some ....

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Harley Davidson Street 750 Price

The least priced variant is  Harley Davidson Street 750 STD  priced at Rs. 5,97,710 and the most priced variant is Harley Davidson Street 750 10th Anniversary Edition  priced at Rs. 6,13,159.

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STD 749 cc, Rs5,97,710
BS6 749 cc, Rs6,08,667
10th Anniversary edition 749 cc, Rs6,13,159
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That Harley-Davidson is serious about the Indian market was never in doubt. The Milwaukee headquartered motorcycle company has often taken well planned and pioneering steps to bolster its presence in the Indian two-wheeler space. The Harley-Davidson 750, their first indigenously made bike, was a major milestone. Despite the fact that the motorcycle comprises the lion’s share of Harley-Davidson’s India sales, Street 750 has been reportedly having specification and finishing issues from some cruising enthusiasts.
 
The Harley-Davidson Street 750 cruiser was unveiled in India at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo. The bike has been around for quite some time now, and the company came up with a premium version in 2016. Priced at ?5.57 lakhs (ex-showroom), the Street 750 is one of the most affordable bikes in the Harley-Davidson range. The company has also plugged in the loopholes, making the new Street 750 a performance-wise strong competitor in the premium cruiser bike segment. The 2225mm long bike has a commanding on-road presence and is a head turner from all angles. The 2016 Street 750 is actually a mildly refreshed version of the earlier bike with ABS and some creature comforts. It is available in three two-tone colour schemes: fire red, velocity red, and black. The bike’s nearest competitors are the Benelli TNT 600i, Kawasaki ER-6n, and the Hyosung Aquila Pro 650.  
 
The Street 750 is a member of the Dark Custom bike range and has been particularly manufactured for first time Harley-Davidson owners. It retains the traditional cruise bike design with a sweptback handlebar, round headlamp, and a mid-mounted instrument cluster. The entire vehicle has a matte black theme, expect for the front forks and rear shocks that are garnished in chrome. The wide teardrop shaped petrol tank makes the bike look heavier. The front cowl has one of the best designs in its class and lends the bike a special appeal. The Street 750 has a fairly large seat at a 710mm height. The wheelbase and ground clearance stand at 1535mm and 145mm respectively and conforms to cruise bike standards.
The Harley-Davidson 750 is powered by a 749cc Revolution X liquid-cooled V-Twin motor which outputs 47bhp and produces 59Nm torque at 4000rpm. It is mated to a six-speed transmission system which feeds power to the rear wheel via a belt drive. The engine ensures a good, easy flowing power delivery. The fuel efficiency of the bike is nothing to talk about. The Street 750 has a kerb weight of 299kg and a bike of these proportions return a mileage of around 17kmpl. It also has new 42mm throttle bodies, a larger air box, high-lift camshafts, a new four-valve engine head design, and a new exhaust muffler. All these enable a higher air flow. The result is a vehicle which is more responsive and faster across the band.

Braking duties in the Harley-Davidson Street 750 are done by 292mm disc brakes in the front and 260mm disc brakes at the back. Braking has never been an overtly strong point of Harley-Davidson motorcycles but with the new ABS control, the Street 750 fares much better in this department. Unlike its more traditional peers, the entire concept of the Street 750 centres around how easy the bike is on city roads and it performs well in this regard. One can ride the two-wheeler to the office every day. The big V-Twin engine’s heat is a concern but that’s largely negated, courtesy the friendly riding dynamics. The Street 750 is also a perfect vehicle for lady riders looking for a stable cruise.

The Harley-Davidson 750 is mounted on a steel double cradle chassis. It’s equipped with telescopic fork suspension in the front and rectangular gas-charged swingarm suspension at the rear. The oversized rider seat is lower in height and lends a comfortable riding posture. The pillion seat is positioned marginally upwards.  But there is no grab rail and the back support for the pillion rider is missing. The entire design of the Street 750 is leaner but muscular. The centre-placed instrument cluster houses a speedometer and other displays. But these look substandard compared to other members in the Harley-Davidson family. The new Street 750 is an undefeatable and reasonably priced package and a perfect cruise partner. 

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