Harley-Davidson Street Glide Launched in India, Price Doubles
This means new, better brakes with the Reflex ABS system which offers electronically linked stopping power distribution, the high-output Twin Cam 103 engine, the upgraded Boom Box infotainment system and redesigned saddlebags with one-handed operation.
The Street Glide will however be imported as CBU (completely built unit) and given the import taxes the Indian government sets for bikes bigger than 800cc, things are a bit rough on the price tag side.
A 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide FLHX retails for Rs 29 lakh, ex-showroom in Delhi. This means 2.9 million Indian rupees, which translate to roughly $47,300 (€34,930), about double the US price. Not exactly a cheap bike even in the US, we're looking forward to see how will the Street Glide sell in the 11 Indian dealerships it will reach pretty soon.