Harley Davidson is one of the leading American motorcycle companies that has become an iconic brand worldwide. The company (that is more than a hundred years old) operates in India through a fully owned subsidiary Harley Davidson India. They commenced their operations from 2010, selling their well-known motorcycles in India. Having completed 10 years of operations in India, the company has achieved sales of 25,000 units.
Street 750 is one of the top models sold by the company in its network of 33 dealers all over India. They have a total of 11 models on offer for the Indian market. Harley Davidson has started a production plant in Bawal, Haryana, which is the only factory that manufactures their motorcycles outside the US. They also export the bikes they manufacture in India to Europe and other Asian countries. Let's check out the popular Harley models in India.
Some of the top two-wheeler models offered by Harley Davidson Auto include:
Harley Davidson Street 750 is one of the first BS6 compliant bikes offered in India. It has a 749 cc liquid-cooled engine. Its low weight and low centre of gravity make it easy to lift off from the stand. The dark and aggressive look makes the bike a stunner on the road.
The Iron 883 has an 883 cc 'evolution' engine that gives great power to the bike. The low seat and slammed suspension ensures comfort for riders and offers a responsive ride. The 9-spoke wheels and the drag-style handlebar gives it a unique look.
The Forty Eight is a bike for those who want attention on the road, which comes from its unique design. It has a 1200 cc air-cooled V-twin engine. The fat front wheel ensures a smooth ride. The foundation brake system ensures safety for riders.
The Fat Boy has a 1746 cc engine with an ESPFI fuel system. The Milwaukee-eight engine brings power with an awesome rumble. The satin chrome finish and the Lakester wheels give the bike a unique style. It has a signature LED forward lighting.
The Street Rod delivers an urban riding experience through this hot rod model. It has a liquid-cooled 749 cc engine. The high-output engine gives more power than other models. It has drag-style bars with bar-end mirrors and a stylish teardrop fuel tank.
The premium rates for some of the top models of bikes offered by Harley Davidson Motorcorp are listed in the table below. The premium depends on the variant of the model, engine capacity, year & place of registration, among other factors.
Ex-showroom price of the bike
Harley Davidson Street 750
Harley Davidson Iron 883 STD
Harley Davidson Forty Eight 1200 cc
Harley Davidson Fat Boy 1746 cc
Harley Davidson Street Rod 749 cc
**Last Updated on 13-11-2020
*The price is calculated for a 2020 model registered in Pune.
If you want to ensure extended coverage for your Harley Davidson bike, you can consider buying an add-on cover. The following are some of the add-on covers that you can consider buying for your bike:
You can renew your Harley Davidson bike insurance easily and conveniently through PolicyX.com. The procedure to do this is as follows:
You can avoid making a claim for small amounts to protect the NCB. A better option is to buy the NCB protector add-on. This add-on will ensure that you don't lose the NCB if you make an insurance claim. You can thus continue to get the discount for your premium.
When you renew your policy, you will be shown the IDV based on your previous policy. You will have the option to modify your IDV and increase or reduce it. While you can reduce the IDV, it is not recommended. For saving a few hundred rupees, you are taking the risk of a lesser payout in case you need to make an insurance claim.
Own damage component of the insurance covers any damages to your bike in case of an accident. Third-party coverage is mandatory as per law. It will protect you from the liability involved in an accident, where a third-party is injured or property belonging to a third-party is damaged.
There is no such provision under the scope of your insurance policy. If you buy the road assistance add-on cover, then you can avail assistance on the road for purposes like fuel refilling, towing of the bike, change of tyre, etc. This will be offered free of charge (subject to the limits).
Last updated on 13-11-2020