American cruiser bike manufacturer Harley-Davidson has launched three new motorcycles in India on 30th October, 2014. New to their range of products is the Breakout, CVO Limited and Street Glide Special. Altogether the manufacturer now offers 13 motorcycles in India.
- Harley-Davidson Breakout is priced at INR 16,28,000 ex-showroom, Delhi.
- Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special is priced at INR 29,70,000 ex-showroom, Delhi.
- Harley-Davidson CVO Limited is priced at INR 49,23,793 ex-showroom, Delhi.
The Breakout by Harley-Davidson sports a 1690cc air cooled engine, which will be capable of producing 130 Nm of peak torque. The engine will be paired to a 6-speed gearbox. The motorcycle is based on their Softail line up and will be assembled in India.
Their second product launched is Street Glide Special, which gets an air cooled Twin Cam 103 engine. The 1,690cc mill is capable of generating a peak torque output of 138 Nm. It also gets a 6.5GT infotainment system, Bluetooth and USB connectivity as standard features. The manufacturer will also offer Reflex Linked Brakes with ABS.
The last motorcycle launched for the day was CVO Limited. The motorcycle gets a Twin-Cooled Twin Cam 110 engine. This mill has a capacity of 1,801cc and can produce 156 Nm of peak torque. These motorcycles will be available in limited numbers and each of them will be hand-crafted to perfection.
Each one of these three bikes have very unique features fitted to them. Out of the three Harley-Davidson CVO Limited sports most goodies. It gets heated seats and grips, along with adjustable backrest and an arm rest.
They have also provided their premium cruiser with LED headlights, fog lamps and bullet turn indicators. A 6.5 infotainment system is hooked to the dash, along with four 75 watt speakers by Harman Kardon. The American manufacturer has also fitted their cruiser with Brembo Reflex Linked brakes and ABS as standard.
The Breakout by Harley-Davidson is being positioned above their Fat Boy motorcycle. It looks more like a drag bike than a cruiser, as it sports a skinny front tyre, along with a wide tyre behind. The main attraction of this bike is that it will be assembled in India.
The American manufacturer has provided its Breakout with fatter front forks, hidden rear shock absorber, drag race inspired handlebar, 3D tank emblems, speedometer with no fuss and a 3 in 1 indicator system that show stop lights as well as turn indications.
Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special is every long distance riders dream motorcycle. The have provided it with a Boom! Box infotainment system. It also gets enforced cast aluminium wheels, Reflex Linked brakes with ABS, dual halogen headlamps, Batwing fairing with split screen vent and a load of more goodies that can be added later on.
Speaking at the launch event was Anoop Prakash, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson India, "The motorcycles launched today have always had an incredibly passionate following in India, making this an exciting event for our customers and our company."
He further added, "Our latest offerings demonstrate Harley-Davidson's unwavering commitment to delivering world-class products that cater to our customers' demands in India and reinforce our position as the leader in the premium motorcycle segment."