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Harley Davidson Fat Bob Launched at Rs. 12.8 Lakh in India

The ultra classic premium cruiser manufacturer, Harley Davidson launched its much anticipated the Fat Boy in India. The Dyna Fat Bob is priced at Rs. 12.8 lakh (ex-showroom New Delhi) for the standard variant. With the launch of the Fat Bob the tally of Harly motorcycles in the country have been raised to 14.

Harley Davidson Dyna Fat Bob

"The launch of the Fat Bob as CKD will allow more customers to experience our Dyna range at an attractive price point. At Harley Davidson India, we will continue to adopt and invest in strategies that make our products and ownership experience accessible to more enthusiasts and customers in India," said Anoop Prakash, Managing Director of Harley Davidson India.



The Fat Bob is run by a powerful 1585 cc, air cooled twin cam engine. The engine capable to pull out a maximum torque of 126 Nm @ 3500 rpm. Its iconic engine is mated with a 6-speed gear transmission. The machine also features ABS technology and thus doesn't compromise anything in terms of safety and secure drive.

Harley Davidson Dyna Fat Bob

"Along with being an ideal motorcycle for India attitudes and roads, the introduction of the Fat Bob, our newest addition to our line-up available through CKD, is further proof of our ability to move ahead of the marketplace by listening to our customers" added Mr. Prakash.

The Fat Bob, which is in the Dyna family is imported as completely knocked-down models (CKD). So that customers can save a lot tax money

For more, read out Technical Specifications, Price, Review and Full Details of Harley Davidson Dyna Fat Bob FXDF

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Last updated on 26-11-2012. Published on 26-11-2012.
Published by Bikes4Sale in category New Bikes
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