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Harley Davidson Street 750

`5,02,399* OnwardsView Breakup
*On Road Price, Delhi
EMI @ `16,355
3 / 5based on 3 reviews
  • Performance
    17.4 Kmpl
    Top Speed

  • Engine
    749 cc
    Max Power
    53 bhp @ 8000 rpm

  • Transmission
    6 Speed
  • Ignition
    13.1 Ltrs
    Self Start
  • EMI
    36 Months
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Harley Davidson Street 750 Specifications
VariantsMileageTop SpeedEngine DescriptionPower
Harley Davidson Street 750 17.4 Kmpl 200 Liquid-cooled, Revolution X™ V-Twin 53 bhp @ 8000 rpm

Harley Davidson Street 750 Road Test

Harley Davidson is a globally renowned motorcycle manufacturer popular for being able to sell all of its models in its line-up successfully. Even in India, it remains one of the most successful brands in the premium segment, selling a number of motorcycles across its dealer network. In the short span of being in India, they have had many achievements including a steadily growing customer base. However, their latest feather in the cap is the Street 750. It is manufactured at Harley’s only manufacturing plant outside of USA at Bawal, Haryana for Indian and global consumptio... [ Read More ]

Harley Davidson Street 750 Review
  • Overview

    Harley Davidson Street 750 is the first Harley motorcycle to be manufactured outside of the US of A. It is built at the company’s facility at Bawal, Haryana for various global markets including our own. It has low slung looks and typical presence of a Harley motorcycle. The Dark Custom matte treatment looks quite appealing. The design has been inspired by the Sportster and V-rod lineage and it sports a classic bikini fairing on the round headlamp. It is visually appealing from its side profile and has gators on its front forks.
    The radiator goes well with its overall design while the 2-into-1 exhaust goes well with the whole cruiser look of it. It has 7 spoke alloy wheels in matte black which looks great. It is available in three color schemes of Vivid Black, Denim Black and Fire Red and we had the Denim Black during our road test. Although we think a shade in white color would’ve looked great on this motorcycle. The tear drop shape of the fuel tank with HD logo on either side matches the profile of the motorcycle and bears a fuel filler cap on the top right side. The tank has a capacity of 13.1 liters and the instrument console is pretty basic and displays the bare necessities. 
    The build quality is quite good but the finish isn’t all that great. Cost cutting is evident in several places and exposed wiring at few places doesn’t fit the generally high quality profile of the American motorcycle marquee. That said, the contoured seat along with the riding position is quite spot on and favors the rider. The handlebar is easily reached and maneuvering the motorcycle with the wide bars is quite easy. The seat for the rider is quite comfortable however it is another story for the pillion rider. Harley does offer some upgrades in this area. 
    The new Revolution X engine is a 60 degree mounted, liquid cooled, V-Twin unit that makes around 60 Bhp of power and about 60 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. It has a 4 valve per cylinder and SOHC configuration that helps it develop it power. The fueling from the Mikuni injector is smooth and spot-on. The motorcycle settles into a dull rumble and is quite silent compared to the usually loud Harley motorcycles. However it doesn’t exhibit as many vibes as its larger siblings. While the exhaust sound might be muted the performance from its 6 speed gearbox is fantastic. It has excellent ride ability and remains arguably one of the most fun-to-ride Harleys in the Harley line-up. 
    The ride and handling are some of the best attributes of this motorcycle. It provides an engaging ride thanks to its well sorted suspension. The ground clearance helps the ride clear the speed breakers without the need to slow down and get off the bike. The rigid chassis ensures good handling dynamics with the front and rear providing good feedback. The braking is the other area which needs to be improved as the brakes don’t have a powerful bite with very poor feedback from the rear. However, despite the few niggles this remains an excellent attempt from Harley to bring on newer riders into their brand while providing affordable performance at a good price. The new Harley Street 750 has been priced at an ex-showroom New Delhi price of Rs. 4.10 Lakhs with an approximate on-road price of Rs. 4.57 Lakhs.

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  • My Day With Harley Street 750
    by Topgun | Aug 2016

    I rode the Harley 750 a few days back in Pune. Overall the bike's performance on open roads is really good, even in the traffic she can be handled very well. For Indian roads, she is perfect cruiser. However, she has 3 problems, namely:1) There are too many open wires lingering around which is quite dangerous2) The bike's horn needs to be made more manly. Currently it sounds like a normal horn3) The bike... Read Full Review

  • Harley My Dream Queen
    by Nkdahiya | Aug 2016

    I bought Harley D Street 750 on 03 Oct 2015.Done 2,300 Kms and speed up to 125 Kms an hour on Hisar - Meham road. The ride is very smooth. The clearance of 145 mm is good but the speed breakers in Haryana villages demand a higher clearance. The bike is a pleasure for the price and performance.... Read Full Review

  • Street 750 In My View 127383 127378
    by Mail | Aug 2016

    📝📝📝🏁🏁🏁🚥🚥🚦🚦🚦🚧🚧♉♉♉🆗🆒✔👑👑It's good for Hardley's Lowest Price tag.💸✔We can extend the exhaust,it's cool.🆒🆒✔Without Exhausting itself it sounds good.🆗✔Great performance in India's traffic.♉&#... Read Full Review

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