Hero MotoCorp announced the price list of Harley Davidson Model Year 2021 motorcycles in India on Wednesday. The Harley Davidson Road Glide Special, the most expensive of the many, will be available for Rs. 34,99,000 (ex-showroom).
While Harley Davidson Pan America 1250, which launched internationally on February 22nd, received an initial price of Rs. 16,90,000 (ex-showroom).
The price list of Harley Davidson 2021 motorcycles in India is as follows (ex-showroom):
- Iron 883 for Rs 10,11,000
- Forty-Eight for Rs 11,75,000
- Softail Standard for Rs 15,25,000
- Street Bob for Rs 15,99,000
- Fat Bob for Rs 114 16,75,000
- Pan America 1250 for Rs 16,90,000
- Pan America 1250 Special for Rs 19,99,000
- Fat Boy for Rs 114 20,90,000
- Heritage Classic for Rs 21,49,000
- Electra Glide Standard for Rs 24,99,000
- Road King for Rs 26,99,000
- Street Glide Special for Rs 31,99,000
- Road Glide Special for Rs 34,99,000
Commenting on the commencement of bookings, Ravi Avalur, Head, Premium Segment Business Unit, Hero MotoCorp, said, “We are excited to open the bookings for the 2021 range of Harley-Davidson motorcycles in India. The line-up is now strengthened with the introduction of the Pan America Adventure Tourer. The 2021 model range appeals to a broader consumer segment and will ensure Harley-Davidson’s leadership in the leisure motorcycling segment.”
“Harley-Davidson enters 2021 focused on motorcycling as an emotional experience. The timeless pursuit of adventure and freedom on the open road is the foundation of our heritage and the vision of our future. As we enter the new riding season, fueling that desire is more important than ever,” said Theo Keitel, Vice President-Marketing, Harley-Davidson Motor Company
In February, Hero MotoCorp created a special unit to run its new business to distribute Harley Davidson products and services. Hero MotoCorp announced this news a few months after the completion of the Harley-Davidson distribution deal. Hero MotoCorp is now expanding its services, divisions, and business infrastructure beyond the 12 cities currently covered by merchants, to a pan-India level through its extensive distributor network.