Harley Davidson, the name itself is enough to give an adventurous feel and appeal to the bike enthusiasts. This 2-wheel ride is built to endure, designed to explore, and is engineered for adventure. With a lot of anticipation, the hot new Harley Davidson Pan America 1250 had its global reveal on 22nd February 2021.
On the latest front Hero MotoCorp has announced the price list for Harley Davidson 2021 models in India. With this, Harley Davidson will officially restart its India journey in collaboration with Hero MotoCorp.
The most expensive of the bunch being the Harley Davidson Road Glide Special which would be available for Rs. 16,90,000 (ex-showroom) in India. The 2 variants available for Harley Davidson Pan America 1250 are: the standard variant which would be priced at Rs.16.90 lakh and the special variant that would cost Rs.19.99 lakh in India. Along with these, the prices of other models in the Indian lineup were also unveiled.
Ravi Avalur- Head of Premium Segment Business Unit, Hero MotoCorp commented that they are very excited to commence the bookings for the 2021 range of Harley Davidson Motorcycles in India. Pan America Adventure Tourer has strengthened the lineup. He also added that a broader consumer segment range is the aim of this 2021 model to establish Harley Davidson’s leadership in the leisure motorcycling segment in India.
The price list for Harley Davidson 2021 Models Motorcycles in India is as under (ex-showroom):
- Road Glide Special for Rs. 34,99,000/-
- Street Glide Special for Rs. 31,99,000/-
- Road King for Rs. 26,99,000/-
- Electric Glide Standard for Rs. 24,99,000/-
- Heritage Classic for Rs. 21,49,000/-
- Fat Boy for Rs. 20,90,000/-
- Pan America 1250 Special for Rs. 19,99,000/-
- Pan America 1250 for Rs. 16,90,000/-
- Street Bob for Rs. 15,99,000/-
- Softail Standard for Rs. 15,25,000/-
- Forty-Eight for Rs. 11,75,000/-
- Iron 883 for Rs. 10,11,000/-
When we look at Pan America 1250, it sure is packed with a lot of advanced features like torque slip control, adaptive ride lighting, semi-active suspension with vehicle load control, torque slip control, linked braking, hill hold assist, lean-sensitive ABS, and traction control, tyre pressure monitoring system, spoked wheels shod with tubeless tyres, heated grips, aluminum skid plate, and hill hold assist. The bike also offers 5 riding modes, viz: Rain, Road, Off-Road, Sport, and customizable mode. The 2 modes, Off-Road Plus, and customizable Off-Road Plus modes are exclusively offered in the Special variant only. The bike has a 6.85-inch TFT touchscreen with a non-reflective glass panel where one can change or control these modes.
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Theo Keetell, Vice President, Marketing-Harley Davidson Motor Company was quoted saying that Harley Davidson is entering 2021 focused on motorcycling as an emotional experience. The foundation of our heritage and the vision of our future, he said is the timeless pursuit of adventure and freedom on the open road. He added that fueling the desire is important than ever, now, as we enter the new riding season.
In February this year, Hero MotoCorp set up a separate vertical to operate its new business of distributing Harley Davidson products and merchandise in the country. Hero MotoCorp is also expanding its service, parts, accessories components, apparel, general merchandise, and riding gear business beyond the 12 cities currently covered by dealers to a pan-India level through its extensive dealer network. The collaborating duo is committed to providing a smooth and hassle-free ownership experience to the existing and future Harley Davidson customers in India.
The aim of the collaboration is to provide affordable premium bikes to Indian bike enthusiasts. Are you as excited about the collaborating motorcycles that are about to venture into the Indian market?