Harley-Davidson is tapping young urban riders in the Philippines with the introduction of their latest entry-level model, the Street 750 motorcycle. The launch of the Street 750 was held at the Seven Monkees bar and resturant in Makati City on March 25.
The Harley-Davidson Street 750 motorcycle is the first all-new platform from Harley-Davidson in 15 years. It is built for urban environments with an all-new liquid-cooled “Revolution” powertrain, that features nimble agility, and the sound and look that lets everyone know it is a genuine Harley-Davidson.
The Street 750 from Harley-Davidson is built for an urban environment. It features the new, Revolution X engine, designed to match the demands of stop-and-go traffic with nimble agility, while delivering instant throttle response to escape the city gridlock.
The Revolution X engine is housed in a new, narrow and lean chassis, with a super-low seat, new suspension and broad handlebar sweep that provides confidence and maneuverability when managing tight turns and fast moves. This signature Dark Custom motorcycles feature a premium, minimalist style that serves as a blank canvas for riders to customize.
“The Harley-Davidson Street 750 is designed to cope with the unique challenges faced by riders in heavy traffic. It marries nimble maneuverability, unique Dark Custom style and instant power helping riders escape the cars, buses and taxis that clog inner-city roads,” said Jay Bautista, general manager of Harley Davidson Philippines.
With a price tag of just under P600,000, this motorcycle is the least expensive bike in the extensive Harley Davidson lineup in the country.