As part of the 2016 range, there are three tweaked CVO models in the Harley-Davidson range.

Harley has said that for the new range all models get tyre-pressure monitoring systems, a new key fob that combines the luggage locks and bike alarm system and all indicators on all the bikes are now LED as standard.

Here’s the rub down on the three up-specced models:



CVO Road Glide Ultra (pictured above).

The Twin-Cooled TC110 engine with six-speed transmission in the now-familiar FL touring chassis remains whilst there’s linked ABS brakes as standard.


The bike also gets the BOOM! Box 6.5 GT infotainment system. Heated seats with distressed inserts, a revised pillion seat and full luggage with standard removable liners.

1.25-inch diameter chrome handlebar are pulled-back more towards the rider for better comfort and the seat is improved with new backrest shapes and better foam density for both rider and passenger. The bike now gets polished chrome Slicer custom wheels.

The colours are: Ruby Red/Palladium Silver, Stardust Silver/Palladium Silver, and Charcoal Slate/Carbon Dust.




CVO Limited (pictured above).

Here’s what Harley itself says about the Limited: “A new super-premium cover material for the rider and passenger seating surfaces combines vinyl and perforated leather for improved comfort. Refined by Project Rushmore, the CVO Limited is equipped with Daymaker LED lighting, Reflex Linked Brakes with ABS, and the color touchscreen BOOM! Box 6.5 GT infotainment system with 3D GPS and 6.5-inch BOOM! Bagger speakers with 75-watt-per-channel amplification.”  There’s also the “Airflow Collection” with “black rubber and brilliant chrome highlights on heated hand grips, the brake pedal pad and shifter peg and rider and passenger floorboards.”

The bike comes in three schemes: Palladium Silver/Phantom Blue, Carbon Dust/Electric Red Pearl, and Charcoal Slate/Palladium Silver



CVO Street Glide (pictured above).

There’s not THAT much different with the Street Glide other than the following, outlined by Harley’s release on the model: “Five-spoke Contrast Chrome Aggressor wheels and a blacked-out engine are paired with the dynamic Carbon Crystal/ Phantom Flames and White Amethyst/Black Licorice Flames colors; Polished Chrome Aggressor wheels and a Granite and Chrome engine are matched with the Atomic Red/ Candy Apple Flames or Black Licorice/Midnight Cobalt Flames colors.”


Tony Carter

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