Harley-Davidson Sportster S launched at Rs 15.51 lakh
Hero MotoCorp, the exclusive distributor of Harley-Davidson motorcycles in India, has announced the arrival of the iconic American company's sport custom motorcycle, the Sportster S, at India Bike Week 2021. The Sportster S starting price is Rs. 15.51 lakh ex-showroom Delhi.
The Sportster S is already available in global markets since June this year, and its arrival to India marks Harley-Davidsons second major launch in the country following the Pan America 1250.
The Harley-Davidson Sportster S is powered by Harley-Davidson's latest Revolution Max 1250T engine, the same 1250cc liquid-cooled 60-degree DOHC V-Twin engine fitted to the Harley-Davidson Pan America Adventure bikes, however the Harley-Davidson Sportster S produces 122.6PS at 9,500rpm and 127.4Nm at 6,000 rpm in comparison to the Harley-Davidson Pan America's 152.2PS with the same amount of torque. The motor is mated to a six-speed gearbox and gets a slipper clutch. The engine in the Sportster S features Dual Overhead Camshafts and Variable Valve Timing and uses cylinder heads which have smaller valves and port dimensions, and a different combustion chamber shape, which is designed to increase torque output off the line and at midrange rpm (providing up to 10% more torque from 3000 to 6000 RPM). The engine is a stressed member in the tubular steel trellis frame which should provide an improved sporty ride feel while also reducing weight to some extent.
The Sportster S gets a Showa 43mm USD fork up front and Showa piggyback rear monoshock, both of which are fully adjustable and will set out with 17(f)/ 16(r)- inch cast aluminium rims, shod with special Dunlop/Harley-Davidson Series GT503 tyres, while braking hardware includes premium Brembo components.
Harley is offering the Sportster S in three colour options - Vivid Black, Midnight Crimson and Stone Wash White Pearl. The company is commenced bookings for the motorcycle while deliveries are expected to begin by the end of December 2021.
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