2021 Harley-Davidson Street Bob Updated With Milwaukee Eight 114 Engine

Harley-Davidson revealed the 2021 Street Bob, which now gets a bigger Milwaukee Eight 114 engine, replacing the older Milwaukee 107 V-Twin. For 2021, the Fat Boy also gets a nice, chrome treatment as an option.

The 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Bob could be launched in India this year
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The 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Bob could be launched in India this year

Under the ‘Rewire’ plan, Harley-Davidson revealed its 2021 line-up with the Street Bob getting a bigger Milwaukee Eight 114 engine instead of its older Milwaukee 107 V-Twin. The new Street Bob is the lightest softail in Harley’s line-up and the company says that it is now 9 per cent quicker in its 0-96 kmph run and is 13 per cent quicker from 96 kmph to 128 kmph in fifth gear than the previous model. The Milwaukee-Eight 114 V-Twin motor displaces 1,868 cc and makes 161 Nm at 3,000 rpm, a boost of 10 per cent over the older engine. Harley-Davidson does not reveal the power figures on its motorcycles.

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(The new Milwaukee Eight 14 engine makes the Street Bob 9 per cent quicker in the 0-96 kmph sprint)

Apart from the engine update, the 2021 Street Bob gets a pillion seat rear footpegs as standard. It continues to get its typical stripped-down styling, a 2-in-2 offset shotgun style exhaust, mini ape-handlebars, USB charging port, keyless ignition and other features. The new Street Bob is offered in four colours which are Vivid Black, Stone Washed White Pearl, Baja Orange and Deadwood Green.

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(The 2021 Fat Boy now gets chrome finish instead of satin chrome finish on the earlier model)

For 2021, Harley-Davidson also updated the Fat Boy with a chrome finish on parts which earlier had satin chrome finish. It too gets the same Milwaukee Eight 114 V-Twin engine, which makes 161 Nm at 3,000 rpm. The other cosmetic change is the new LED headlight with LED daytime running lights.

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(The Harley-Davidson Street 750 is now discontinued in India)


In other news, the Harley-Davidson Street 750 and the Street Rod 750 have been discontinued which means, India won’t have these models either, at least for the foreseeable future. Globally, Harley-Davidson has discontinued other models from its Softail range which are the FXDR, Low Rider and the Deluxe. The Low Rider S stays though.

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