Harley Davidson 300cc roadster concept images had been leaked the previous month. The production-ready version of late has been spotted on the roads in China in broad daylight. This is going to be the smallest 300cc motorcycle by the American two-wheeler maker. Harley Davidson will be developing a new 300cc motorcycle in partnership with Qianjiang. In China, it will be named QJMotor SRV300.
Till now, no information is available regarding its launch in the Indian market. The new Harley Davidson 300cc motorcycle will be rivalling the Royal Enfield Meteor 350, Jawa Standard and Benelli Imperiale 400. The smallest Harley motorcycle will reach us most probably somewhere around 2022.
The spy images have given confirmation that QJMotor SRV300 will flaunt conventional Harley design elements. The beefy forks and as well as the circular headlamp with a small fly screen will be rendering a retro look to the bike. There will be a peanut-shaped fuel tank, an extended rear fender, a bobber-like lower positioned single-piece seat and broad handlebars.
The all-new QJMotor SRV300 may also sport an all-LED lighting system, as well as a TFT instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity meant for turn-by-turn navigation. The suspension setup will most probably include the upside-down forks and dual rear shock absorbers, and a swingarm unit. The motorcycle can come equipped with rear and front disc brakes. This will further get the assistance of the standard, dual-channel ABS. The 16-inch front and 15-inch rear wheels will also be there.
As per the speculations, the Harley Davidson 300cc motorcycle will be sourcing its power from an all-new 296cc, water-cooled, overhead cam V twin engine. The engine is capable of generating 30bhp power. It can offer a maximum speed of 129kmph. The kerb weight will be around 163 kgs.