IAB Report – Harley Davidson CVO Limited and Breakout to be launched in India on Oct 30

Posted on: Oct 14, 2014 - 11:32am IST

The CVO Limited will be imported as a CBU.

The Harley Davidson CVO Limited and Breakout are all set to join the Indian lineup come October 30. The duo have been teased through the brand’s official Indian Facebook page.

Harley Davison CVO Limited and Harley Davidson Breakout India launch teaser
The duo will be launched in India on October 30.

Harley Davidson CVO Limited

2015 Harley Davidson CVO Limited
The Harley Davidson CVO Limited is a halo product for the brand.

The CVO Limited (Custom Vehicle Operations), as the name suggests, is a full sized tourer which offers high levels of customization. The salient features of the low rider include LED headlamps, chrome finished cycle parts, optional dual tone paint, 2-into-1 exhaust, adjustable seats and handle bar, and color coordinated saddle bags.

The CVO Limited is powered by the Twin Cam 110 1,801 cc V-Twin motor which is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The motor develops a peak torque of 156 Nm.

The custom motorcycle is expected to be imported as a CBU and hence expect the price tag to be in the vicinity of INR 50 lakhs, ex-showroom.

Harley Davidson Breakout

2015 Harley Davidson Breakout
The Breakout could be locally assembled.

The Breakout sits above the Fat Boy in the American brand’s Softail cruiser portfolio. With the Hard Candy custom paint finish, 3D tank medallion, twin exhausts, black wheels and a humongous rear tyre, the Breakout has a unique and bold appeal.

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Power comes from a Twin Cam 103B 1,690 cc air-cooled engine which has 130 Nm of torque on store. The Breakout could be locally assembled from CKD kits, carrying a price tag of INR 15-20 lakhs, ex-showroom.

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