The Heritage Classic’s design harks back to the Harley-Davidson models from the ‘50s.
The minimal chrome on the exhaust and spoke wheels combined with blacked-out components give the bike a dark retro appeal. The bike features a detachable windscreen and saddlebags which are water-resistant. It also gets an LED headlamp unit with smaller auxiliary LED lights on each side.
The Heritage Classic is powered by the Milwaukee Eight 107 engine which is new for this year. The engine is a 1745cc V-Twin that produces 145Nm of torque. It is mated to a six-speed gearbox and final chain drive. The Heritage Classic is electronically equipped with cruise control and ABS as standard. It tips the scale at 330kg, 17kg lighter than the previous model and gets a 19.1 litre fuel-tank capacity.
The bike is available in 5 colours with prices for the bike starting at Rs 18.99 lakhs.