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Harley-Davidson announces new finance scheme for its motorcycles

Harley-Davidson announces new finance scheme for its motorcycles

Snapshot: Harley-Davidson has announced new finance scheme for its motorcycles in India

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To fulfill dreams of the motorcycle enthusiasts across the country, Harley-Davidson India is providing finance options on its entire range. Customers, who complete their booking of the recently launched Harley-Davidson Street 750 in the month of March, will have their processing fees waived on their entire loan amount on loans originated by HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank. 

Harley-Davidson India has been providing finance options to its customers since 2010. And for interested customers, the company is now financing the 750, with a minimum down payment of INR 91,471 and an EMI of INR 8,309 over a period of five years.

In addition, HDFC Bank will further support the motorcycle customization, by financing accessories of upto INR 50,000 at purchase of 750 and upto INR 2 lakhs on the purchase of other models. Harley-Davidson offers over 5,000 Genuine Parts and Accessories for customers wanting to customize their motorcycles. The 750 comes with a total of 57 accessory options for customization.

Commenting on the alliances with HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank, Anoop Prakash, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson India said, “Our alliances with HDFC bank and ICICI bank further our commitment to make our motorcycles more accessible to everyone who has the desire to experience the thrill of leisure riding. With the launch of Street™ 750, we will undoubtedly expand our reach to a younger, urban customer base, and with these convenient finance options we will help bring them closer to the Harley-Davidson ownership experience.”

The announcement comes in the wake of the recently launched Harley-Davidson Street 750 at the recently concluded Delhi Auto Expo. Priced at INR 4.10 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi), the 750 is the manufacturer's cheapest offering in the country. 

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