US automaker Harley-Davidson has finally launched its Sportster S cruiser motorcycle in India. As for the highlights, the two-wheeler has a head-turning look and gets several electronic riding aids, including cornering ABS. It draws power from a BS6-compliant Revolution Max engine sourced from the Pan America 1250 that generates a maximum power of 121hp. Here are more details.
Takeaways Why does this story matter?
Harley-Davidson has ceased its operations in India and currently retails its bikes via Hero MotoCorp dealerships. Consequently, the Sportster S is an important model for the brand. The debut of the two-wheeler here will now raise the competition in the market. At its price point, it goes against rivals such as the Ducati XDiavel and Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster.
Design The bike is available in three color options
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