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Harley-Davidson has made it rain this time around! The Milwaukee bike maker has announced the 2024 editions of a whole suite of motorcycles ranging from 400 cc to nearly 2000 cc.

Harley-Davidson X440: Rs. 2.40 lakh to Rs. 2.80 lakh

The entry to a Harley was always beyond the Rs. 5 lakh mark until the X440 arrived. Powered by a 440cc air and oil-cooled engine producing 27 bhp and 3.7 kgm of torque, this bike saw many Indians own their Harley within Rs. 4 lakh. However, this Harley has had its fair share of criticism, notably being a single-cylinder. Check out our review of the X440 here.

Harley-Davidson Nightster

Harley-Davidson Nightster: Rs. 13.39 lakh

Harley-Davidson Nightster Special – Rs. 14.09 lakh

The Nighster and Nightster Special are powered by the same 975cc, liquid-cooled engine producing 88.5 bhp and 9.4kgm of torque. This is the entry-level Harley in the twin-cylinder segment, that is.

Harley-Davidson Sportster S – Rs. 16.50 lakh

The Sportster S comes in the ‘sportbike’ category of H-D with a 1252cc liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder engine with 120 bhp and a peak torque of 12.4 kgm. However, you can’t take your ‘lady friends’ out for rides on this one.

Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 114 – Rs. 21.50 lakh

The Fat Bob is powered by an 1868 cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder engine, packing 92.5 bhp and a peak torque of 15.4 kgm. Torque everywhere, that’s what many riders called this bike.

Harley-Davidson Pan America Special – Rs. 26.64 lakh.

The ‘Special’ variant of H-D’s only attempt at an ADV now comes in at Rs 5.4 lakh more than before! It retains the 1252cc twin-cylinder mill, producing 150 bhp and a peak torque of 12.7 kgm.

Check out our review of the Pan America here.

Harley-Davidson Fatboy 114 – Rs. 25.69 lakh

Perhaps the most iconic Harley of the 80s generation, almost as if a future synthetic still rides the highways packing quite the heat. Powered by an 1868cc liquid cooled twin cylinder engine producing a peak power of 93 bhp and a peak torque of 15.4kgm. Almost as if this bike just doesn’t know when to quit!

Harley-Davidson Heritage 114 – Rs. 27.19 lakh

This mile muncher shares its engine with the Fatboy with the difference being ergonomics and long distance capabilities. True to old biker culture, this was designed to cruise on the open road.

Harley-Davidson Breakout 117 – Rs. 30.99 lakh

The Breakout came to India after the success of the Street 750. Inspired by the 50s, the Breakout was the blend between the old and the new. It is powered by a 1923 cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder engine which produces 101 bhp peak power and a peak torque of 16.7 kgm.

Harley-Davidson Streetglide – Rs. 38.79 lakh

Harley-Davidson Roadglide – Rs. 41.79 lakh

The Street and Roadglide were made infamous by one very iconic rider group. It better be safe not to mention these sons but it is safe to say the Street and Road Glide remain icons in their own right. These two are powered by the Milwaukee Eight 107, a 1,923cc liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine producing 107bhp peak power and 17.4kgm peak torque.

Check out our review of the Street and Roadglide here.