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Harley-Davidson Street motorcycles are now available through CSD with savings up to 90k INR

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CSD (Canteen Shop Departments) is now available for Harley-Davidson bikes. Street bikes from the firm, namely the Street 750 BS6. The Street Rod BS6 can now buy at different prices through CSD. So, the imported versions can not purchase via CSD as one would expect.

Harley-Davidson Street 750 was India’s first motorcycle with a large size to receive the BS6 treatment.

The retail of Harley-Davidson Street 750 BS6 and Harley-Davidson Street Rod BS6, respectively at INR 5.34* lakh and INR 6.55 lakh*. They can purchase via CSD respectively at INR 4.60 lakh* and INR 5.65 lakh. So, this ensures that Indian Armed Forces officers, ex-servicemen. And so their dependents on the Indian-made American cruisers will get savings of up to INR 90,000.


With that move, Harley-Davidson became India’s first luxury motorcycle company to market its products through CSDs. The company has a longtime alliance. So, with the armed forces. In India, it has introduced a separate chapter devoted to the security officers. As the Harley Owners Association (H.O.G). So, named the Division of the Armed Forces H.O.G.

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Street 750 is packed with Revolution X V-Twin 749 cc Harley-Davidson engine. It is a liquid-cooled mill that produces a peak torque of 60 Nm at 3.750 rpm. Street 750 is a pleasure to ride in urban settings, due to a low seat height of 720 mm and comfortable ergonomics for driver.

The Street Rod, on the other hand, is a sportier variant of Street 750. It features a distinctive front viewfinder, a drag-style handlebar with bar-end mirrors, a more rough riding posture, a new exhaust layout, and an angled tail portion. The Street Rod is powered by the same Revolution X engine mounted in Street 750.

The Street Rod is a more sportive Street 750 variant. It a distinctive front viewfinder, drag-style handlebar with bar-end mirrors, mildly rough riding posture, exhaust and an extended tail section that is distinct in style.

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