Harley Davidson Nighster 440 Could be the next Big Machine in India after X440, specs and features revealed

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Harley Davidson Nighster 440: After launching Harley Davidson X440 in India, Harley Davidson is expected to launch Nighster 440 as their next product in collaboration with its Indian Partner Hero Moto Corp . Companies have made clear that they will revolutionalize Indian Superbike market by bringing new products in the market with this Alliance. Nighster 440 is also expected to be based on X440s platform. Both companies are working for their next major project. Taking a clue from the Hero Moto Corp filing a trademark for Nightster 440, it is assumed this is surely going to be next big machine by the two partners. Check full story to get into details.

The Forthcoming Harley-Davidson Nightster is also going to be designed, manufactured indigenously in India. After the launch of X440, this is the second 440 cc bike in Harley Davidson’s India Line up which will expand the brand’s footprint in the segment. This bike is expected to compete with Royal Enfield and Triumph bike in the similar segment.

A noticeable point to consider is that this Nightster name is not new for Harley Davidson;s Global lineup, company already offers a model with Nighster name which is a massive super machine with 975 cc larger liquid-cooled V-Twin Engine. India’s Nighster model is expected to be introduced in the sports range, it could comes as a sportier Avatar of HD’s X440.

Talking about the design statement of the bike, it is expected that the companies will derive inspiration from the HD’s bigger Nighster Global Model. Companies can add some distinctive design and styling elements also which includes changes in seating position and new chassis adjustments, the collaboration is not heading to make any big change in the engine of the bike, but it is expected that the two companies will tune the engine to produce more power that will enhance the riding experience of the bike.

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