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Fatboy Special and Superlow discontinued by Harley-Davidson India

Fatboy Special and Superlow discontinued by Harley-Davidson India

Snapshot: These models are still present as the 2015 line-up on the official webpage, but will not be included in next year’s new models from Harley-Davidson.

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The legendary motorcycle maker from the U.S started their Indian innings back in 2008, for a long time the American brand enjoyed a good demand being the initial ones to step in the market. But with time Indian market grabbed a lot of attention of the motorcycle makers from around the world and in last few years our market saw the entry of almost all the major brands and hence more competition.

Recently Harley-Davidson India has discontinued the Superlow and the Fatboy Special from the Indian market due to poor sales and lack of demand of these models. Though Harley-Davdison Street 750 is doing well in terms of sales but same cannot be said for other models of the American brand. Superlow was priced at INR 6.32 (ex-showroom Delhi) while Fatboy Special retailed at INR 16.24 (ex-showroom Delhi). Harley-Davidson sells almost all of its models as completely-knocked-down (CKD) units. These models are still present as the 2015 line-up on the official webpage, but will not be included in next year’s new models from Harley-Davidson. Let us know your views on the same in the comments section below.

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