The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is one of the best twin-cylinder bikes you can buy on this side of the globe under Rs. 3 lakh. The Interceptor 650 range starts from Rs. 2.95 lakhs (on-road, Delhi) and has no direct rival in this price range. In fact, the closest proper rival to this bike is the Harley Davidson Street 750, though it costs Rs. 6.09 lakhs (on-road Delhi) making it almost double the price of the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. But what if you could buy a Harley Davidson Street 750 for less than the price of the Interceptor 650. Well, this sinister-looking Harley featured here today is a Street 750 and can be had yours for just Rs. 2.90 lakhs, which is lesser than the RE Interceptor 650.
As seen in the images here, the bike seems to have been taken care of nicely by its owner. It is a 2014 model and is available for sale in Delhi. The bike is draped in all black and barring a few mechanical parts, the whole bikes carries the dark, sinister look. Now the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 may be a great bike but the Harley Davidson Street 650 is a different ballgame altogether. It is more powerful than the Interceptor, has a better exhaust note, always grabs more eyeballs on the road and is more comfortable than it too.
All of this comes at a price which is double the price of the RE Interceptor 650 but since this one is a pre-owned example, it is actually cheaper. Another point to note here is that the bike has covered only around 15,600 km till date, which is not much for the bike. With such low runnings, the engine and other moving parts would still be in a pretty good condition. Further, the owner has also installed several aftermarket parts on the bike including a stage 1 air filter and Screaming eagle exhaust pipes. Further, the owner has also installed new Harley clutch plates along with a new belt drive. The saddle also seems to have received multiple layers of padding to make it more comfortable and enhance the riding pleasure of the bike.
Talking about the engine on this bike, it is powered by a 750cc, V-Twin engined motorcycle that gets liquid cooling, fuel injection, ABS. This The 750cc, V-Twin motor churns out 47 Bhp of peak power and 59 Nm of peak torque. A five-speed manual gearbox is standard, and the motorcycle weighs 223 kilograms. So what you get for Rs. 2.90 lakhs is the Harley Davidson badge which is an icon across motorcycling circles. Accompanying the bike will be a distinct exhaust note and a lot of eyeballs wherever you go.