In a move that shows a determination to maintain market share and move product into new consumer niches, Harley-Davidson has announced the addition of two new motorcycles into its 2016 lineup.
The massive Milwaukee-based company will soon begin selling a CVO Pro Street Breakout and a Low Rider S — two machines aimed squarely at the growing young urban motorcycle segment.
The Low Rider S will feature the company’s most powerful engine, the Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110, paired with an intake and exhaust system that are said to boost performance to 115 pound feet of torque. MSRP for the Low Rider S will be $16,699.
It joins the previously announced Fat Boy S and Softail Slim S in the new line of 2016 S series cruisers.
The CVO Pro Street Breakout, powered by the same engine, is a limited-edition offering featuring a stripped-down, drag racer design, matched with twin-disc front brakes and customized paint and design elements. It will retail at $25,699.