The popularity of adventure motorcycles is increasing all over the world. In the last few years the effect of which is felt more and more. By witnessing this, Harley-Davidson (Harley-Davidson) entered the segment in 2021 with Pan America 1250. After almost three years, the American company has unveiled a new version of this adventure tourer motorcycle in the international market. Name – Pan America CVO. Apart from the design, it has added several important features.
Harley-Davidson Announces Pan America CVO
Talking about the innovations of the Harley-Davidson Pan America CVO, it gets auxiliary LED lighting, heated grips and adaptive headlamps. Besides, semi-active suspension with electronically adjustable and adaptive ride height technology has been provided.
Safety features include engine skid plate, which protects the engine from dust, sand, mud while off-roading. Added quick shifter with clutch shift again. Also present is the luggage pannier with top box, which will provide additional comfort for the rear passenger to recline. This bike will run on tubeless tires and spoke rims.
The only update to the HD Pan America CVO’s design is the orange color finish. Several parts of the main frame of the bike have been decorated in orange color. Carbon fiber is noticeable in some parts. Apart from these, the CVO badging on the seat and handlebar grips is eye-catching.
The Harley-Davidson CVO will run on the same Revolution Max 1250 engine as before. From which 148 bhp of power is available at 8,750 rpm and 129 Nm of torque at 6,750 rpm. It offers a warranty of 8,000 km or 24 months (whichever is earlier).
Incidentally, Harley-Davidson has been selling the Pan America bike in two trims – Standard and Special for quite some time in the Indian market. They are priced at Tk 18.25 lakh and Tk 21.24 lakh respectively (ex-showroom). However, Harley-Davidson has not said anything about Pan America CVO launch in India.