Many motor journalists enjoyed themselves at the recent 2017 new-model preview in Washington’s picturesque Olympic Peninsula. The 2017 touring models included the amazing CVO Street Glide. The bike has a Twin-Cooled Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine, which is actually the highest upgrade available for Harley’s new single-cam engine. The bike sports a new mirror chrome aggressor wheels and costs $37,799 presently.
The bike’s combustion is kept in check by a new SE camshaft and it also has a liquid-cooled cylinder. The low two-piece seat is very comfortable and it makes it easier to maneuver the handle and other controls. The ergonomics of this bike are fantastic, which adds to its comfort quotient. The few minor tweaks have also reduced the noise output of this new CVO bike.With the six-speed Cruise Drive transmission, riding this bike will be a breeze.
The Twin Cam has a much more powerful pull when compared with a single-cam engine. With the Showa Dual Bending Valve technology, you can experience the improved performance in the new suspension. The CVO Street Glide has brilliant hand-adjustable emulsion shock absorbers. The bike also has Dunlop tires, which successfully offer good traction. The 2017 model is much better than the previous models, thanks to the latest technology and efforts gone into developing solutions. The bike boasts of tasteful footboards that complement this low-riding bike.
The bike has many other tweaks and improvements that make this version much better than its predecessors. For instance, the air cleaner has been tucked in to reduce the discomfort you would feel if your right knee ever rubbed against it. The seat height from the ground is about 27.2 inches while the fuel capacity is 6 gallons. Harley Davidson has definitely outdone itself with this near perfect CVO Street Glide model. Are you excited to check it out?
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