HARLEY-DAVIDSON SPORTSTER XL883N IRON, 2017 17 Reg, 2,600 miles, Black, Immobiliser, Full Service History. Black Vance & Hines pipes. Rear Seat with Sissy Bar back rest. This bike looks so good in this colour and sounds so cool with these exhausts. Perfect Bike supplied originally by Warrs Harley Davidson London. £6,895 p/x welcomeCompare insurance quotes
MCN overall review verdict: Before the Street 750, the Harley-Davidson 883 Iron was Harley’s smallest-capacity entry-level bike, with its unthreatening 883cc engine and compact dimensions making it ideal for shorter riders and those not completely confident handling larger bikes. But the introduction of the Street potentially made the Iron redundant in Harley’s Dark Custom range. Harley-Davidson Iron 883 v Honda VT750C video review There are many reasons to be put off the Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 Iron. Its clutch is heavy, its brakes relatively poor, it’s slow steering, the engine is comparatively clunky (as is the gearbox) and the rear cylinder gets uncomfortably hot in traffic – but it does look and feel like a genuine Harley and that shouldn’t be underestimated. Compared to the Street, the 883 has cleaner lines with its purer, simpler design and the lack of a radiator. Then there’s the iconic ‘peanut’ tank, twin, side-mounted exhausts, classic cut-down rear ‘fender’ and ‘drag’ style bars. If you removed the H-D badge from the Iron you’d still be in no doubt who made it. Despite its flaws, riding the 883 feels good – and that's what matters most. It doesn't feel like riding an imitation of a Harley – it feels like the real deal. If all that clunk and heaviness puts some off, fine, Harley has the new Streets for them. If not, the original is still the best.
|Annual road tax||£91|
|Annual service cost||£230|
|Max power||51.2 bhp|
|Max torque||50.2 ft-lb|
|Average fuel consumption||49 mpg|
|Tank range||135 miles|
|Engine type||Air-cooled Evolution V-twin|
|Frame type||Tubular steel cradle|
|Fuel capacity||12.5 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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