Annually, Harley-Davidson’s elite CVO (Custom Vehicles Operations) team launches new and unique motorcycles to their standard lineup. Expensive and exclusive, each 2011 Harley-Davidson’s CVO edition is powered by a Screamin’ Eagle 110 engine that displaces 1,803cc and generates 115 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm, complete with a 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission. Harley-Davidson has built CVO versions of the following:
2011 Harley-Davidson CVO Road Glide Ultra, this touring-friendly bike is equipped with an upgraded BOOM! sound system, saddlebags and a Deluxe Tour-Pak accented with matching LED brake/tail lights and an Air Wing rack. It’s limited to approximately 3,000 units, and costs $35,999.
2011 Harley-Davidson CVO Softail Convertible is perfect for laid back cruisers and casual tourers. It features new mini-ape handlebar, detachable fairing that incorporates a sound system with 3.5-inch speakers, an iPod Nano, cruise control, larger storage compartment and ABS. It’s limited to approximately 2,400 units, and costs $29,599.
2011 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide boasts of a 19-inch front wheel, which is the largest one ever on a touring HD. It features a new side-fill gas tank with a flush-mounted LED gauge and cap, and an 8-speaker sound system powered by a 100-watt per channel amplifier. It’s limited to 3,700 units, and costs $32,499.
2011 Harley-Davidson CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide features a Road Tech zumo 660 GPS navigation system, a power locking system, ABS, and a new dual-heated hammock-style suspended seat. The rarest edition of all the 2011 Harley-Davidson CVO models, it’s only limited to 1,500 units, and is the most expensive 2011 HD motorcycle at $36,499.
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