Cars & Aviation

Harley Davisdon revamps its collection for 2010

Harley Davisdon revamps its collection for 2010
Harley Davisdon revamps its collection for 2010

Harley Davidson has announced its most expansive new-product introduction ever with the addition of nine new motorcycles to its future 2010 collection.

Amongst the new releases is the Electra Glide Ultra Limited, touted as the new leader of the Touring line. It features a Twin Cam 103 engine upgrade and makes accessories previously only offered as extras, standard.

The Road Glide Custom model receives a 2-into-1 exhaust system, slammed suspension and an 18-inch front wheel for a leaner look.

Old-school chopper style takes over The Wide Glide, now an all-new Dyna model with chopped rear fender, black laced wheels, black "wire" sissy bar, and a 2-1-2 Tommy Gun exhaust. Customers can even opt for a flame paint scheme.

The three-wheel Street Glide Trike benefits from stripped-down, hot-rod styling and becomes the third member of the new Trike family with the Tri Glide and Ultra Classic.

The Custom Vehicle Operations also offers fresh limited-production models for 2010 including the CVO Softail Convertible, an urban touring motorcycle; the high performing CVO Street Glide; and the CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide and CVO Fat Bob models receive new paint schemes and styling details.

Prices for the top-end models sit between US $25,299 and $35,999.

Amongst the new releases is the Electra Glide Ultra Limited, touted as the new leader of the Touring line.