It has been roughly a month since the legendary motorcycle manufacturer has announced their plans for the future and now the manufacturer has unveiled a brand new cruiser named as Harley Davidson FXDR 114. The Harley Davidson FXDR 114 is based on the Softail chasis and carries a price tag of around Rs 14.93 lakhs exclusive of all taxes for the base Vivid black colour scheme option. The Harley Davidson FXDR 114 promises to be one of the most performance oriented cruisers from the manufacturer and a heavy dose of aluminium and composite materials are used especially at the rear section. The cruiser is expected to arrive at the dealerships within a couple of months.
The Harley Davidson FXDR 114 features all LED lighting, a digital instrument cluster and keyless entry. The small cowl over the head lamp shares its paint theme with the body work. The new cruiser comes with a sleek tank which swoops down to meet the seat. Besides that the cruiser motorcycle has chopped off tail that ends much before the rear wheel, imparting it a more aggressive look than the Fat Bob. Harley says that the bike has been designed with a number alloy and composite components to reduce the over all weight, which includes a new swingarm and subframe. The weight of the Harley Davidson FXDR 114 stands to 302.9 kgs.
The Harley Davidson FXDR 114 is powered by the 1868 cc Milwaukee Eight 114 V twin motor that breathes through a new air intake which draws inspiration from the Screamin’ Eagle drag bikes. The engine is rigid mounted for superior dynamics tuned to deliver a peak torque of 161.3 Nm at 3500 rpm. The superior dynamics employs dual counterbalancers to nullify any primary vibrations at idle. A six speed gearbox, paired to the engine and belt drive are employed to transmit power to the rear wheel. Moreover the cruiser has been offered with a range of performance oriented Screamin Eagle parts from stage 1 to stage 4.
Harley has equipped the FXDR 114 with 19 inch front and 18 inch rear aluminium alloys with Michelin Scorcher tyres for optimum grip. Braking duties are handled by the 300 mm front discs and a rear disc and the ABS is offered on the cruiser as standard. Suspension duties are controlled by the single cartridge 43 mm inverted forks up front and a coilover monoshock at the rear with remote preload adjustment. The Harley Davidson FXDR 114 locks horns with the Ducati XDiavel, which is cheaper by USD 850.
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