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With its retro style and the imposing stance, the Ultra Classic Electra Glide sets the standard for long-haul touring comfort and convenience. Though many imitators sought to duplicate it, the Ultra Classic Electra Glide stands tall as a benchmark for touring enthusiasts.

Among the features offered by the 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide fourspeaker, 80-watt Harmon/Kardon Advanced Audio System, one-piece, two-up Electra Glide Classic comfort stitch seat with passenger backrest, adjustable fairing-mounted air deflectors, vented removable fairing lowers with integral glove boxes, spacious Tour-Pak carrier and injection-molded hard saddlebags.

At the heart of the 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide beats a 1690 cc Air-cooled Twin Cam 103 engine with integrated oil cooler.

The engine is mounted on a strong tubular frame which is fitted with front 41.3 mm telescopic, triple circuit damping forks and rear air adjustable shocks.

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The Electra Glide Ultra Limited is another custom-looking bike built by the American Manufacturer. Apart from its unique styling features, the motorcycle is also pretty strong as is equipped with a large, 1690 cc Twin Cam 103 engine, which puts out just enough power to reward you with a serious amount of thrills.

You also get a pretty long list of standard features which include anti-lock brakes, electronic cruise control, Smart Security System, premium Tour-Pak luggage rack, premium, plush removable luggage liners and heated hand grips.

All components are mounted on a rigid backbone frame which is combined with a stout swingarm developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders.

The 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited is available in four colors namely Vivid Black, Big Blue Pearl/Vivid Black, Ember Red Sunglo/Merlot Sunglo, Midnight Pearl/ Brilliant Silver Pearl.


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The Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic brings a level of luxury to touring adventures with features like a spacious Tour-Pak carrier, a Harmon/Kardon Advanced Audio System and fine Harley-Davidson styling detail.

However, the motorcycle’s center piece is the new rubber-mounted Twin Cam 103 V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) with heated O2 sensors and Electronic Throttle Control (ETC). The engine is mated on a smooth-shifting 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission.

The entire motorcycle is built on an innovative Harley-Davidson Touring chassis based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm.

In terms of practicality, the 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic offers 2.26 cu. ft. of saddlebag space.

The bike is also offered with an optional electronic cruise control system and the Security Package Option that bundles Anti-lock Brakes and the Harley-Davidson Smart Security System.

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The Harley Davidson Night Rod received a few modifications for 2012. The bike features a new tapered tail section, lighter-weight wheels, and improved ergonomics with reduced reach to both the rider footpegs and handlebar.

The ride quality was also improved and the motorcycle comes with new inverted front forks and retuned rear suspension.

At the heart of the 2012 Harley-Davidson Night Rod Special lies a rubber-mounted, liquid-cooled 1250cc Revolution V-Twin engine with dual overhead camshafts, four-valve cylinder heads and Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI). The engine’s output is rated at 125 hp at 8,250 rpm and 85 ft. lbs. of torque at 7,000 rpm. The engine is kept in leash by a refined five speed transmission.

The bike sits on Michelin Scorcher radial tires and the stopping power is assured by a set of Brembo triple-disc performance brakes.


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The V-Rod 10th Anniversary Edition is a tribute to the original 2002 V-Rod, the motorcycle that introduced the liquid-cooled Revolution engine and a new styling direction for Harley-Davidson. Brilliant Silver Pearl bodywork with color-matched frame are exclusive in the V-Rod line and evokes the anodized aluminum bodywork of the original V-Rod. Extra chrome and polished surfaces dazzle on the engine, exhaust and speed screen.

The motorcycle is powered by a liquid-cooled, Revolution, 60° V-Twin engine with a displacement of 1250 cc. The engine puts out 125 hp @ 8,250 rpm and 85 ft.lbs of torque at 7000 rpm. Power is sent to the rear wheel through a five speed gear box and the fuel consumption is rated at 37 mpg (city/highway).

The speed is kept in check by a set of Brembo triple-disc performance brakes which also include ABS.


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The Harley Davidson Softail Fat Boy is a classy looking cruiser. Despite its relatively old age, the motorcycle continues to be in the center of attention thanks to its custom looking design, the modern technologies and first class performances.

The 2012 Harley-Davidson Softail FLSTF Fat Boy’s distinctive features are the fat tires, fat bars, fat fenders and a big, powerful, black powder-coated, counter-balanced Twin Cam 96B engine. The latter is air cooled and has a 1690 cc displacement. The engine is mated on a six speed transmission which offers an average fuel consumption of 42 mpg.

New for 2012, the Harley-Davidson Softail FLSTF Fat Boy offers a larger readout on the odometer with more information, such as gear and RPM data, plus the new Security Package option with an Anti-lock Braking System and Smart Security System.

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The Harley Davidson Touring Street Glide was inspired by the streets. Its chassis is based on a rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm, both carefully forged to be able to cope with the demands of long haul touring.

The Harley-Davidson Touring FLHX Street Glide is powered by an air-cooled Twin Cam 103 engine with integrated oil-cooler. The engine has a 1690cc displacement and is paired with a 6-Speed Cruise Drive. The company says that the motorcycle offers a combined fuel consumption of 42 mpg (city/highway).

The stopping power is handled by Brembo 4-piston front and rear calipers with dual front rotors which are combined with optional ABS brakes. More optional features include chromed profile laced aluminum wheels and electronic cruise control.

As far as colors go the motorcycle is available in Vivid Black, Big Blue Pearl, Ember Red Sunglo and Black Denim.

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Re-introduced in 2010, the Dyna Wide Glide motorcycle is all about attitude. Its tough, dark styling and retro feel, along with a retro price tag, give riders the confidence to sit low and stretch out. The Wide Glide is raw and true to its roots with a chopped rear fender, black rims on 40-spoke laced wheels, a black tank console, “Tommy Gun” exhaust, beefy, raked-out forks and a swept back sissy bar. Throw in the old-school flame paint scheme and heads are sure to turn. The lowered suspension, internally-wired handlebar with 4-inch riser and forward foot controls offer an awesome ride and the sticker price provides amazing value.

The motorcycle is equipped with a new air-cooled, Twin Cam 103 engine that produces up to 100 ft lbs. peak torque, an increase of approximately 6 percent over the Twin Cam 96 engine it replaces. The engine is paired with a six speed Cruise Drive transmission and delivers an average fuel economy of 42 mpg.

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The Harley Davidson FLSTN Softail Deluxe is characterized by a low slung stature, an extremely low seat with "collapsing sides," pull back handlebar and riser, and easy-reach, extended kickstand.

The Harley-Davidson FLSTN Softail Deluxe is powered by a strong Twin Cam 96B engine which is paired with a 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission and offers an average fuel consumption of 42 mpg.

The unique look of the 2012 Harley-Davidson FLSTN Softail Deluxe is given by a series of tasty styling cues such as the clean front light bar, tombstone taillight, chrome grab rail and luggage rack and wide whitewall tires. On the options list you’ll find chrome profile laced aluminum wheels and more custom color schemes.

The bike is offered with a standard Smart Security System with proximity-based, hands-free security fob, five-gallon fuel tank and a horseshoe oil tank.

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The Tri Glide Ultra Classic is a full-feature, factory motorcycle built to confidently chase the horizon with long-haul comfort and freedom on three wheels. The Harley-Davidson Trike platform brings original-equipment design, quality and service to the three-wheel motorcycle segment.

The 2012 Harley Davidson Tri Glide Ultra Classis is powered by a Twin Cam 103 powerplant which is mated on a six speed transmission and delivers an average fuel consumption of 38 mpg.

For 2012, the Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra Classic offers new paint color options, black powder-coated engine with chrome covers, chrome 2-1-2 dual exhaust with tapered mufflers, 7-Spoke Black-and-Machined Cast Aluminum wheels and a Lexan windshield.

Other features offered by the American motorcycle include the 80-watt, four-speaker Harman/Kardon Advanced Audio System with CD/MP3 player and CB/Intercom, 40-watt CB radio and intercom system and electronic cruise control.

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