It seems that Harley Davidson India have hit the nail right on the head with the product placement of the Street 750. It was safe enough to predict that the new baby Harley would go on to be the brand’s bestseller in India, and so it has and more. Intriguing sales figures reveal that the new Street 750’s numbers are alarmingly hovering around the Royal Enfiled Continental GT’s mark- a motorcycle that bears almost one-third of the price-tag that the Street 750 commands.
In October 2014 alone, Harley Davidson India shifted 212 units of the Street 750 and for the period of April-October 2014, the baby Harley sold 1,904 units, hot on the heels of Royal Enfield’s Continental GT which could muster 2,035 units in the same period. That’s a pretty commendable effort from the Street 750, as for the price of one, a couple of Continental GTs can be acquired, with some more change to spare. While the flagship Royal Enfield starts At Rs. 1,94,617 INR, the HD Street 750 will set one back by Rs. 4,27,230 INR. However the Café Racer from RE is the best-selling motorcycle in the 500-800 cc segment, closely followed by the DH Street 750.