Harley Davidson Releases Three New Motorcycles in India
In the Indian market, Harley Davidson released the Softail Breakout, the Street Glide Limited and CVO Limited.
Harley Davidson Softail Breakout
This motorbike by Harley Davidson has a low muscular profile which is due to the raked out front forks and enhanced even further by the chrome and black accents. The Breakout has the appearance of a chopper with the drag style handlebar, large 21 inch front wheels, and the massive 240mm rear tyre and chopped fenders.
There is the iconic Twin Cam 103 motor with a displacement of 1688cc. This air cooled motor is able to produce 129Nm of peak torque at just 3000rpm.
The engine is coupled to a six speed Cruise Drive transmission and belt drive transmits power to the rear wheel.
The breaking system is disc brakes at the front and ABS is standard for the rear.
Street Glide Special
The other motorbike from Harley Davidson that is making its way into the Indian market is the Street Glide Special.
Last year the Rushmore initiative was started and this bike falls under this project. The Street Glide Limited is full of specs more than the performance touring model.
This Harley has a High Output Twin Cam 103, dual halogen lamps, batwing fairing with slipstream vent and boom box 6.5GT infotainment system. It has been installed with Enforcer cast aluminium wheels and Reflex linked brakes with ABS.
The engine on this Harley is 1688cc that makes 129Nm of torque.
The CVO Limited will be looking to replace the Electra Glide in the market. The major difference is that the CVO Limited offers custom suspended seats. The seats have a backrest for the rider and passenger seating. They can also be adjusted for lumber support and in heat seating.
The CVO Limited also offers twin luggage compartments and Tour-Pak luggage case which can easily store two full face helmets.
Other features of the CVO Limited include cruise control and keyless ignition. The motor is a Twin Cam 110. The 1800cc is liquid cooled and turns out 155Nm of peak torque at 3750rpm and is coupled with a six speed gearbox.