- Harley-Davidson Street series removed from website
- Suspended production operations in India last year
- To only focus on premium motorcycles
Harley-Davidson announced their exit from India in September 2020 and suspended production at their Haryana plant. As a result, the American brand’s most affordable motorcycles- the Street 750 and the Street Rod, which were manufactured at the facility have now been discontinued.
While Harley-Davidson did come back in partnership with Hero MotoCorp in October, it will now focus on its high-end motorcycles for the country that will be brought via the CBU route.
As of now, the Iron 883 is the company’s entry-level motorcycle priced at Rs 9.38 lakh, ex-showroom. In comparison, the Street 750 was priced at Rs 4.69 lakh while the slightly more sportier Street Rod came with a sticker price of Rs 5.99 lakh, both ex-showroom. Both motorcycles were powered by a 750cc, V-twin engine but with different power outputs. The Street 750 put out 55bhp and 59Nm whereas the Street Rod offered 70bhp and 62Nm.