Harley-Davidson in the 2020 model year

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Harley-Davidson 2020 model year teaser
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Harley-Davidson Pan America

Harley-Davidson Pan America

Harley-Davidson Bronx

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The Harley-Davidson Pan America is slated to hit the market at the end of 2020, the price is not yet known.

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It is called Pan America, but is said to sell mainly in Europe. It meets the Euro 5 emissions standard.

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The American group wants to use it to launch its first travel enduro.

Harley-Davidson Bronx
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The Harley-Davidson Bronx was also presented at EICMA 2019 and is expected to roll out to dealers at the end of 2020. It meets the Euro 5 emissions standard.

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The Harley-Davidson Bronx comes with the newly developed 975 cm³ V2, which is to go into series production for the first time with this model.

Harley-Davidson LiveWire (2020)
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Harley-Davidson LiveWire. Price: from 32,995 euros.

Harley-Davidson LiveWire (2020)
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The electric Harley accelerates silently but brutally.

Harley-Davidson LiveWire (2020)
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Thanks to a low center of gravity, freedom from lean angles and plenty of pressure, including control electronics, the quietest Harley is also the sportiest.

Harley-Davidson Street 750
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Harley-Davidson Street 750. Price: 7,395 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Street Rod
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Harley-Davidson Street Rod. Price: from 8,395 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Iron 883
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Harley-Davidson Iron 883. Price: from 10,615 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

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The Iron 883 is offered with the smaller of the two Sportster engines.

Harley-Davidson SuperLow
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Harley-Davidson SuperLow. Price: from 10,395 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom
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Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom: Price: from 12,275 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Iron 1200
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Harley-Davidson Iron 1200. Price: from 10,995 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

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The colored tank design of the Harley-Davidson Iron 1200 costs 280 euros extra.

Harley-Davidson Forty Eight
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Harley-Davidson Forty Eight. Price: from 12,195 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Forty Eight
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The Harley-Davidson Forty Eight is the best-selling Sportster model in Germany.

Harley-Davidson Forty Eight Special
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The Harley-Davidson Forty Eight Special allows the rider to maintain an upright posture.

Harley-Davidson SuperLow 1200 T
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Harley-Davidson SuperLow 1200 T. Price: from 12,695 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Roadster
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Harley-Davidson Roadster. Price: from 12,795 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Street Bob
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Harley-Davidson Street Bob. Price: from 14,495 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

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The Harley-Davidson Street Bob is a puristic single-seater chopper and was the best-selling Harley in Germany in 2019.

Harley-Davidson Sport Glide
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Harley-Davidson Sport Glide. Price: from 17,995 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

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Thanks to removable accessories, the Sport Glide is cruiser and tourer at the same time, making it the most versatile of the Softails.

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Harley-Davidson Low Rider. Price: from 16,395 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Low Rider S.
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Harley-Davidson Low Rider S. Price: from 19,795 euros. Euro 4.

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Harley-Davidson Low Rider S – new for 2020, but ultimately a variation on the familiar scheme: a sporty chopper from the Softail range.

Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 107
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Harley-Davidson Fat Bob. Price from 17,695 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible. Buyers can choose between the 107 and 114 Milwaukee Eight.

Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 114
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Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 114. Price: from 19,795 euros.

Harley-Davidson Softail Slim
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Harley-Davidson Softail Slim. Price: from 19,495 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Deluxe
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Harley-Davidson Deluxe. Price: from 20,995 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Breakout 114
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Harley-Davidson Breakout 114. Price: from 23,795 euros. Euro 4.

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The Harley-Davidson Breakout 114 rolls on a 21-inch front wheel and a 240-inch roller at the rear.

Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 107
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Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 107. Price: from 21,695 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 114
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Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 114. Price: from 23,795 euros.

Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic 114
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Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic 114. Price: from 23,995 euros. Euro 4.

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The windshield of the Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic 114 is just as removable as the pillion seat.

Harley-Davidson FXDR 114
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Harley-Davidson FXDR 114. Price: from 21,995 euros. Euro 4.

Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Standard
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Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Standard. Price: from 24,995 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

Harley-Davidson Road King
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Harley-Davidson Road King. from 24,395 euros. Euro 4 and A2 compatible.

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Harley-Davidson Road King Special. Price: from 26,195 euros. Euro 4.

Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special
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Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special. Price: from 28,595 euros. Euro 4.

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The Street Glide Special has the full equipment package.

Harley-Davidson Road Glide Limited
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Harley-Davidson Road Glide Limited. Price: from 29,195 euros. Euro 4.

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The Road Glide Limited has everything on board in terms of electronics and assistance systems that the Street Glide Special offers.

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The infotainment system of the Road Glide Limited Cockpit receives DAB +. The battery charge status, remaining range and usage statistics can be queried via smartphone.

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Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special. Price: from 28,995 euros. Euro 4.

Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited
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Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited. Price: from 30,595 euros. Euro 4.

Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide
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Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide. Price: from 41,485 euros. Euro 4.

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Harley-Davidson CVO Limited. Price: from 44,085 euros. Euro 4.

Harley-Davidson in the 2020 model year

New bikes, technologies and paintwork

Harley-Davidson is always good for headlines. The US company unveiled two unusual models at EICMA. Electric LiveWire is also a bold move, and global politics also play a role in Milwaukee.

GAnze 100 new models had announced Harley in 2017 for the next ten years and is slowly getting serious: With the Streetfighter Bronx and especially the travel enduro Pan America, both of which are due to arrive at the end of 2020, Harley is leaning far out of the window: Both are bikes according to Harley specially tailored for the European market. It remains to be seen whether their design will also meet European tastes.

Harley does not pass punitive tariffs on to customers

Harley has also ventured far with LiveWire and is the first large-scale motorcycle manufacturer to offer a purely electrically powered motorcycle. It is remarkable that this courageous move comes from a corporation that was previously considered to be very traditional, if not to say conservative. It is also remarkable that Harley remains true to its motto issued in 2018 and does not pass on the punitive tariffs imposed by the EU to customers. In response to increased US import duties on products from Europe, the EU has increased import duties on Harleys from six to 31 percent – which means that every Harley should have been more expensive, on average, by approximately 2,000 euros, but it never did.

Communication system H-D Connect

H-D Connect communication system: With the help of a smartphone app, information about the vehicle can be called up on the mobile device. In addition to information on the vehicle status (e.g. display of the remaining range, battery charge status, other statistics), the system can also be used to monitor your own bike remotely. If the bike starts moving involuntarily, the owner will receive a notification. With some equipment variants, the tire pressure can also be displayed via the app. With LiveWire, owners can also search for the nearest charging station and navigate to it. During the charging process, the remaining charging time is shown in the app. Necessary maintenance and inspections should be remembered more easily thanks to the new system. H-D Connect is only available for selected models. The new system is standard on most 2020 touring models (except for the Electra Glide Standard and Road King models), CVO models and LiveWire.


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Like some other bikes, the new LiveWire will benefit from the new communication system.

Reflex Defensive Rider Systems

In addition to the H-D Connect communication system, a new assistance system package called Reflex Defensive Rider Systems (RDRS) will be launched in the 2020 model year. The new system is supposed to adjust the acceleration and deceleration forces while driving, if necessary. The new assistance package includes an electronic combined braking system with cornering ABS, cornering traction control, cornering / traction control, a vehicle stop assistant and a tire pressure monitoring system. With a few exceptions that Harley has not yet mentioned, RDRS is only available as a complete package. The new assistance system package comes as standard with the LiveWire, the trikes, the CVO models and the touring models Road King Special, Street Glide Special, Road Glide Special, Ultra Limited and Road Glide Limited.

Low Rider S and Tri Glide are new

There is also a lot going on with the bikes themselves in the 2020 model year. The Softail family is growing: The Harley-Davidson Low Rider S is new. According to Harley, the new model wants to combine agile handling, power and style. The Low Rider S is powered by the Milwaukee Eight 114 engine, which develops 94 hp at 5020 rpm. In Germany, the new model is available from 19,795 euros (plus transport and assembly flat rate).

Another new addition is the Trike CVO Tri Glide. Harley donated the Milwaukee Eight 117 engine to the new trike model, which developed 109 hp at 5,450 rpm. Cost: 53,495 euros (plus transport and set-up fee).


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The Low Rider S is the newest member of the Softail family.

The new Harley-Davidson Road Glide Limited will replace the Road Glide Ultra in the coming model year. In addition to new design elements and a new paint job, Harley has given the Tourer heated handlebar grips and Slicer II light alloy wheels. New in 2020 is also the Black Finish color variant, which is intended to give the Ultra Limited and Road Glide Limited models a darker look.

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