HDFC and ICICI banks offer new finance schemes for Harley-Davidson Street 750 in India
Harley Davidson has tied up with HDFC and ICICI bank to offer finance options to its customers who have booked Harley's latest offering Street 750.
Both the banks will waive processing fees on the entire loan amount approved by them. This scheme will be available only for customers who complete the booking formality for their 750s in the month of March.
Customers who are eligible for the loan can own the Street 750 with a down payment of just Rs 91,471 and an EMI of Rs 8,309 spanning a five year period.
HDFC bank goes one step further by providing finance for accessories to the tune of Rs 50,000 for the Street 750 and Rs two lakh for any other Harley model. Customization is an important aspect for the Harley owner as it ensures that the bike he owns is unique in its own way. Harley Davidson gives its customers a wide choice to choose from - nearly 5000 parts and accessories are available on demand. The Street 750 as of now has around 57 accessories available.
The Harley Davidson Street 750 was recently launched at the 12th Auto Expo with a price tag of Rs 4.10 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Bookings for the Street 750 are open from March 1 this year at Harley dealerships across the nation.
Commenting on the alliances with HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank, Anoop Prakash, MD, 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."
Starts Rs 5,17,000
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