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Harley-Davidson Buyback offer – All you need to know

Harley-Davidson Buyback offer – All you need to know

Snapshot: Now sell your old Harley at 100% ex-showroom price!

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The legendary American muscle bike maker, Harley-Davidson has recently come up with an interesting buyback offer. As per the scheme, the company will buy back your Street 750 or Street Rod motorcycle at 100% ex-showroom amount if the model is not older than 12 months, but at the same time, you will get 75% ex-showroom amount of the bike, if it's 12-24 months old. 

But there’s a twist in the story. The offer is only valid if you are planning to upgrade you cc game to the new Softail range from Harley-Davidson. The move can be said to accelerate the sale charts of the premium Harley bikes in India without affecting sales of entry-budget bikes (Street 750 and Street Rod).

The Softail range is counted among one of the most tempting series of bikes from Harley-Davidson, and the offers come out as a great opportunity for Street range owners who genuinely look forward to an upgrade. Currently, Harley sells six motorcycles in the Softail range including the most affordable one, the Street Bob (Rs 12.59 lakh) and the most expensive, the Heritage Classic (Rs 19.71 lakh); all prices, ex-showroom India. The other Softail bikes that sandwich between the two are the Low Rider, the Fat Bob, the Fat Boy and the Deluxe. Stay tuned as Autoportal updates you with more auto news from the industry.

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