Harley Davidson Nightster Launching Soon – Here’s Everything You Need To Know


Harley Davidson India is ready to roll out its latest product in the much talked about Sportster range. Revealed globally in April, the Harley Davidson Nightster will soon be up for grabs for Indian bike enthusiasts. The 2022 Nightster is expected to be available in the country by July 29, according to reports.

Harley Davidson’s Sportster range is highly regarded for its stylish character. The Nightster seems to go further as it is refined with very fresh and modern curves. The Harley Davidson Nightster was designed to impress new buyers while retaining the charm of the motorcycle among existing clientele.

The design provides the rider with the required comfort even during long rides. The handlebar contributes quite a lot to this comfort. The bike rolls on a 19-inch front wheel and a 16-inch rear wheel which gives an overall low rider appearance to the bike.

As for the powertrain of the Harley Davidson Nightster, the motorcycle is equipped with a Revolution Max 975T V-twin, which manages to produce a power of 89 hp, while the torque peaks at 95 Nm. from afar, it looks like the bike is built around the motor as the core element of the whole thing.

The motorcycle is not only a marvelous brand in terms of looks and performance, but also the technology that the company offers with it. The Harley Davidson Nightster comes with anti-lock braking, traction control and a drag torque slip control system. Cyclists will be able to cycle in three modes – rain, road and sport. Each mode is different in terms of power, throttle response and traction control.

A crowned digital instrument cluster on the bike helps enhance the interaction between bike and rider. The instrument cluster displays driving data, including modes and fuel level, among other information. Although the price of the bike has yet to be officially announced, a few reports suggest that the expected price will be around Rs 14 lakh.


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