Harley-Davidson Street 750 Color Flow Wrap by SV Stickers

Harley Davidson claims the crown of being best selling premium motorcycle in India. If this feels odd, you would be surprised to know that they even sold one CVO Limited (around INR 60 lakh on-road) in July 2017. The one featured here is Street 750, which is undoubtedly the highest selling premium motorcycle of India. It sold 111 units in the same month, during which Continental GT was good for just 76 units. SV Stickers used Golden as their prime shade and wrapped this HD Street 750 in a color flow wrap to create an exclusive cruiser for one die-hard Harley fan.

Keeping its stock parts in use, they wrapped the fuel tank and rear seat panel in a perfect Golden shade. To compliment this exclusive shade, alloy wheels were even painted in the same golden finish on this Street 750. Front headlight cowl goes missing from the motorcycle, exposing its long, Black finished headlight unit with halogen bulb on its inside.

Apart from these, all other parts were kept in stock conditions for best riding experience. The removal of suspension covers further improves its front fascia. Harley Davidson offers an exclusive finish to the engine compartment through the use of matte black and additional chrome lines for highlighting the V-Twin motor.

Street 750 is powered by a 749cc, liquid cooled engine producing 59 Nm of massive torque at just 3750 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. It weighs 233 kg in stock condition, making it the lightest Harley Davidson motorcycle available in India. They claim 177 kmph of top speed while 0-100 kmph takes just 6.15 seconds. Company claimed mileage stays 23.3 kmpl for Street 750. As low seat height and availability of excessive power is its biggest strength, Harley even offers a long list of accessories with its best selling model.

For further inquires and pricing details you can contact:
Sri Venkateswara Stickers
No. 8A, Vasantham Nagar,
Avadi, Chennai-71
(Near Orange Restaurant)
Contact: 9710271800
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