Bikes 2017 Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 Launched in India By Krishanu Chatterjee Posted on 1 week ago The 2017 Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 has finally been unveiled in India. With this launch, the iconic American motorcycle manufacturer is set to expand its product line as well as take on indigenous giants like Royal Enfield. The new Street Rod 750 is priced above the existing Street 750 and has a more muscular feel to it. The new 2017 Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 will be priced at Rs 5.86 lakhs. The 2017 Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 sees a significant overhaul of hardware and the exterior design when compared to the Street 750. The new bike will be available in three colours: Vivid Black, Charcoal Denim & Olive Gold. The new bike has, at its heart, a 749 cc liquid-cooled, single OHC, 8 valve, 60-degree V-Twin High Output Revolution X engine which churns out substantially more power than the Street 750. The new bike also has several advantages over the existing Street 750 as well, not least of which is the fact that the Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 has an estimated 11 percent more horsepower besides 5 percent more torque output when compared. Click Here To See Results <<< The new Harley Street Rod 750 The new offering from the American legend arrives proudly with a peak torque of 62 Nm which is available at 4000 rpm. The new bike will also be aimed at an urban, increasingly trendy generation of riders who will not compromise on quality even if it means having to shell out a high price. With bold exterior design and a trendy V-shaped body, the new Harley also has significantly higher ground clearance and the weight has also been improved so that the centre of gravity migrates to the bottom and the stability increases. When it comes to looks, the new Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750 has everything going for it. The new bike is a low riding one with the single seat comfortably placed while the driving position ensures comfort and minimum fatigue. The new bike will start shipping at Rs 5.86 lakhs with test rides scheduled to be started from 21 April.