Harley-Davidson brings Pan America to Brazil in the 2nd semester

Harley-Davidson revealed its 2022 line and confirmed three new features for the Brazilian market: the reformulated Low Rider S, CVO Road Glide Limited and Pan America. The first two arrive in the country in the first quarter, while the adventurer arrives in the second semester, but her presentation will take place “soon”.

Harley-Davidson Pan America arrives in Brazil in the 2nd semester

Pan America, the Harley-Davidson adventurer

Introduced in April 2021, Pan America is the first big trail in Harley-Davidson's 120-year history. It is the first model to use the new Revolution Max engine, a 1,250 cm³ liquid-cooled V-Twin capable of generating 150 hp of maximum power at 9,500 rpm and 13 kgf.m of torque at 6,750 rpm.

The power plant is associated with a 6-speed gearbox with a slippery clutch and assist, to control slippage in shifts, allowing sudden downshifts and preventing rear wheel lockup and loss of traction.

Harley-Davidson Pan America arrives in Brazil in the 2nd semester

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The Pan America tank has a capacity of 21 liters of fuel. It uses Showa-signed forks with a 47mm inverted front fork and 190mm of travel with preload adjustments. Its brakes are from the Italian Brembo and use 4-piston radial monoblock calipers on 320 mm front and 280 mm rear discs. The wheels are 19 inches at the front and 17 inches at the rear, both shod with Michelin Anakee Wild tires.

The Pan America that will be launched by Harley-Davidson in Brazil should already have the improvements that were made available by the brand abroad, such as a redesigned panel with a better reading font, a new adjustment for the functioning of the ramp start assistant and the new color option that mixes shades of blue and white.

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Low Rider S and Road Glide CVO also move to 2022

In addition to Pan America, Harley-Davidson will make available new products for the Low Rider S and Road Glide CVO in the Brazilian market. They should arrive at dealerships of the North American brand in the first quarter.

The main improvement that the two will receive is the adoption of a more powerful engine, the Milwaukee-Eight 117, capable of producing 5% more torque than the current 114. It is a 1,923 cm³ V-Twin engine with cooling that delivers maximum power of 105 hp at 5,020 rpm and 17.1 kgf.m of torque at 3,500 rpm. The plant received valve improvements to provide more performance, as well as a new air filter.

Harley-Davidson Pan America arrives in Brazil in the 2nd semester

For the Low Rider S, Harley-Davidson prepared some visual changes, such as changing the position of the instrument cluster, which was moved from the fuel tank to the center of the handlebars, in order to make it easier to read. The suspensions have also been revised to better handle the extra power of the new 117 engine, while the brake discs are bigger, now 300mm.

The new Road Glide Limited CVO is intended to reach a more premium audience, and will feature paintwork reminiscent of custom motorcycles and items such as the Boom! Box GTS, equipped with Rockford Fosgate audio and Bluetooth connectivity, electronic safety systems such as traction control and improved ABS brakes for cornering.

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