Speed thrills, but it is grandeur that entices and makes one feel truly special! Possibly, the best way to describe the Harley Davidson CVO Limited. The flagship offering from the American bike-maker is selling in India at the moment, and has been quick in charming bike connoisseurs!
Harley Davidson CVO Limited is from the ‘Customs Vehicle Operations’ department, better known as theCVO family. And the first thing that catches your eye is the styling and the features of this flagship motorcycle. Furnished with beautifully stitched leather seats to a show-stopping paint job, best in-class power to incredible built and premium comfort for the rider00 and the pillion, Harley calls it the ‘ultimate in Grand American Touring’.
The CVO Limited retains much of the same luxurious features we saw on its predecessor, like a Boom! Box GTS infotainment system, a beautifully curated touring shield and the twin-cooled Milwaukee- Eight engine. In fact, the Milwaukee-Eight 117-powered engine is easily the most powerful V-Twin engine ever offered from the Harley Davidson stable. And it features colour-accented Rocker Box Lowers with a blaze red finish.
The CVO Limited comes packed with Reflex Defensive Rider Systems—a new collection of technology designed to match motorcycle performances to available traction during acceleration, deceleration and braking. The systems are designed to aid the rider in controlling the vehicle while accelerating and braking in a straight line or while in a turn. A rider may find the systems most helpful when riding in adverse road conditions and in urgent situations. As with all CVOs for 2020, the CVO Limited comes with H-D connect service, which links your bike to your phone, giving updated information on bike data and even its location remotely.
The motorcycle has also been armed with the most advanced headlamp system ever developed for a Harley Davidson offering. A signature LED light outer ring operates as a position lamp, and additionalLED lights that activate based on the lean of the bike to project light into corners to illuminate areas of the road that are unlit by traditional LED headlamps.