Harley-Davidson has joined forces with Qianjiang to work together on a new range of small capacity motorcycles – and the first one will be based on Benelli’s 302S.
Expected to be available by the end of next year, Harley-Davidson’s HD350 will be based around Benelli’s BN302S. Just for reference, Benelli is owned by Qianjiang.
At this stage, we know very little about the new H-D – but looking at the renderings and connecting a few dots, we’re expecting it to feature the same twin-cylinder engine and chassis as the Benelli BN302S. Rumours also suggest the engine will get a displacement increase up to 338cc – and as a result, more power (the 302S kicks out 38hp as it stands).
And that’s about it. The release schedule hasn’t been confirmed – but we’re expecting to see the Harley-Davidson HD350 to be revealed at the big bike shows towards the end of 2020, in time for a 2021 release.
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