Harley Davidson introduced its Cheapest Bike!

Harley Davidson introduced its Cheapest Bike!

Harley Davidson 350cc Bike: Harley Davidson is quite popular for its cruiser and sport bikes. By the way, Royal Enfield has a lot of name in the cruiser bike segment. However, now Royal Enfield's problems may increase, as Harley-Davidson is preparing to bring two new bikes. These will be 350cc bikes. By the way, Royal Enfield's bike is present in the 350cc segment and it is believed that both these new bikes will have a tough competition from Royal Enfield. The company is starting it in China. The company has partnered with American bike maker Qianjiang Motors for this. These two bikes of the company will be X350 and X500. At the same time, recently the company also released its teaser. This shows that the company can launch the bike by March 10.

Harley Davidson 350cc X350 and X500 Bikes

Recently, the features and specifications of both these bikes have been leaked. According to the leaked information, both these bikes are going to come in a sporty look. By the way, Harley-Davidson will be introduced in retro theme in X350 and X500. Round headlamps and rear view mirrors and circular instrument pods will be seen in it. Apart from this, the X350 gets a sharp fuel tank, step-up seat design and a stretched tail section.

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Talking about performance, the Harley-Davidson X350 will get a 353cc engine. This engine will give 35-36 ps power output. The top speed of this bike will be 143 kmph. At the same time, the weight of this bike will be up to 195 kg. Talking about the features, it will get USD front forks, monoshock rear suspension, alloy wheels and disc brakes at both the ends.

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When will it be launched in India?

Please tell that no information has been given regarding the launching of this bike in India. By the way, the company has partnered with Hero MotoCorp for the sale of its bike in the Indian market. Currently, the company plans to target the middleweight segment. By the way, Royal Enfield dominates this segment.