Harley-Davidson currently manufactures and exports the Street 750 cruiser from India. Now reports suggest that for 2017, the American-based two-wheeler manufacturer will update Street 750 with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) as standard equipment.
The Street 750 was infamous for its weak brake setup from Harley-Davidson. The 2016 Street 750 was updated with improved brakes, however, they still lacked ABS even as an option. Now, the Indian Government plans on making ABS mandatory from 2017 on two-wheelers.
Two new colour options will also be on offer with the 2017 Street 750 cruiser. An all-new Harley-Davidson emblem will also be included. Improved customisation options will also be available by Harley-Davidson in India.
The 2017 Street 750 will also be equipped with Harley-Davidson Smart Security System. This new system will allow riders to ride without using the key. It will work in similarity to modern four-wheelers with keyless start/ stop function.
No changes will be made on the Harley-Davidson Street 750's engine and performance. The Street 750 is Harley-Davidson's most popular two-wheeler in India. Expect the 2017 model of the Street 750 to bear a price tag in excess of its current tag by a small margin.