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PICS: Harley's Fat Bob set to hit Indian roads!

Last updated on: November 26, 2012 20:08 IST

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Faisal Ali Khan

The legendary motorcycle manufacturer has launched the Fat Bob for a cool Rs 12.8 lakh.

Harley Davidson continues its product launch offensive in the Indian market. The legendary motorcycle manufacturer has added another product to its portfolio, the Fat Bob.

This model is being locally assembled in India, adding another vehicle to their already growing CKD line-up.


Image: Harley Davidson Fat Bob
Photographs: Harley-Davidson.com

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The Fat Bob is from the Dyna family of motorcycles. The vehicle stays true to its name and is chunky and muscular all around. It doesn't shy away from flexing its muscles.

The Fat Bob features a lot of chrome all around. At a glance, one can immediately notice the chrome exhaust pipes, chrome headlamps, chrome shock absorbers, etc.


Photographs: Harley-Davidson.com
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This Harley-Davidson motorcycle gets ABS as standard equipment. Pricing is quite aggressive at Rs 12.8 lakh, considering the size and engine on offer.

Power comes in from a 1585 cc, V-twin engine which has twin cams and produces 126 Nm of torque at 3500 RPM. With an 18.8-litre fuel tank, the motorcycle should offer a range of 300 km plus.


Photographs: Harley-Davidson.com

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The Fat Bob does look appealing, it has tremendous street presence and the growing cult of Harley Davidson in India makes it a worthy bike for those who can afford such a beast.


Photographs: Harley-Davidson.com

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