The managing director of the Harley Davidson India unit Vikram Pawah had quit from the company on December 31 last year. He was appointed to the post on September 2015 and had taken over from Anoop Prakash, who had been transferred to Canada by the company.
Last year in November, the company launched its 2017 model range and also added the CVO Limited,Roadster and Road Glide Special to their lineup. The motorcycles are powered by Milwaukee-Eight engine series, consisting of the Milwaukee-Eight 107 oil cooled and Twin-Cooled Milwaukee-Eight 114 on select motorcycles. ABS is now standard in the across the product portfolio.
The 2017 CVO limited is powered by a 1,868cc Milwaukee-Eight 114 twin-cooled engine, which churns out 165Nm of torque mated to a six-speed gearbox. The suspension duties are carried out by Showa shocks at the front and emulsion technology equipped shocks at rear.
The motorcycle is loaded with a 6.5-inch colour touch screen compatible with USB, Bluetooth and iPod. In addition, the speedometer and tachometer offer readouts such as gear indicator, low oil pressure, cruise control, ABS, fog/aux lamp indicator and a tyre pressure monitoring system indicator. The CVO Limited measures 2,600mm in length and 720mm in height.
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The motorcycle rides on a 17-inch wheel at the front and a 16 inch unit at rear, both of which wear Dunlop tyres. The CVO limited is available in in Palladium silver/ phantom blue shades.