New Delhi: American cult bike manufacturer Harley-Davidson on Tuesday said it has launched Low Rider S in India priced at ₹14.69 lakh (ex-showroom).
The cruiser is built around a Harley-Davidson Softail chassis enhanced by premium suspension components tuned for aggressive riding.
“The look of the new Low Rider S is really rooted in the legacy of the Low Rider models of the 1980s, that has a devoted following which has spread world-wide from origins in Southern California, and in the recent Dyna-based Low Rider S model," Harley-Davidson Vice President of Styling and Design Brad Richards said in a statement.
The company has applied coastal style and performance-first attitude to the softail chassis to create a Low Rider S that's more powerful and agile than ever, he added.
The new model comes powered by the Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine (1,868 cc) which generates a power of 93 PS of power.
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