Road King Classic: New version of popular ‘50s style ‘bagger’ with plexi screen uses aircooled version of revised, ‘High Output’ Twin cam 103ci V-twin, Halogen headlights, and wire wheels.
Street Glide: Harley’s best selling bike in 2012 and, it claims, the world’s best-selling tourer gets sharp, ‘Enforcer’ alloy wheels and all the Glide mods but uses 4.3in ‘info’ system and Halogen lights.
ElectraGlide Ultra Classic: Air-cooled motor, 4.3in info system, satin finish fairing inner, plain alloy wheels, plus no top box rack or heated hand grips, but otherwise identical to the top-of-the-range Limited
ElectraGlide Ultra Limited: Range-topper of standard range features new ‘Twin Cooled’ water-cooled engine (so losing compartments in fairing lowers, but has larger 6.5in touchscreen, gloss fairing inner, chromed wheels, luggage rack and heated grips.
CVO ElectraGlide Ultra Limited: Top spec version takes Limited and enhances it with a larger, 110ci displacement, backlit hand and dash controls, pull-out luggage bags, and a host of cosmetic touches. CVO versions of Harley’s Softail Deluxe (£23,195), Road King (£24,995) and Breakout (£21,995) are also available in 2014.