Harley-Davidson Street 750 [2018-2019] (ABS) Discontinued
The Street 750 is the most affordable motorcycle in Harleys line-up and is also the stepping stone into the Harley Owners Group. It is part of the Dark Custom motorcycle range and has been specifically made for first time Harley-Davidson ...
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This Bike is out of production.
The Street 750 is the most affordable motorcycle in Harleys line-up and is also the stepping stone into the Harley Owners Group. It is part of the Dark Custom motorcycle range and has been specifically made for first time Harley-Davidson owners.
It gets traditional cruiser design cues like a sweptback handlebar, mid-mounted instrumentation and a round headlamp with bikini fairing. Except for the rear shocks and the front forks, which are garnished in chrome, the entire motorcycle gets a matte black theme.
The Street 750 is powered by a liquid-cooled V-twin engine which the company calls the Revolution X. The engine delivers 47bhp and 59Nm of torque and is mated to a six-speed transmission with belt drive. Braking has always been the Street 750s Achilles heel, though this has been mitigated with a new rear brake setup and ABS. It also gets the companys proprietary smart security system and a proximity key-fob.
The Street 750 is available in five colour schemes “ Vivid Black, Performance Red, Denim Black, Barracuda Silver and Vivid Black Deluxe. Moreover, to celebrate Harleys 10th anniversary in India, the company has introduce a limited-edition model with a unique paint scheme. The bike competes with the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the Kawasaki Vulcan in the country.