- Features a stunning black and orange colorway, with standout graphics.
- Shares the same mechanicals as the Pan America Special, including the powerful Revolution Max 1,252cc V-twin engine.
- Priced at $28,399, the CVO Pan America is more expensive than its Special variant and offers a unique and exotic American adventure bike experience.
A few days back, we told you Harley-Davidson was about to unveil a new adventure bike. And that’s exactly what’s happened now, as the Motor Company has taken the wraps off the 2024 CVO Pan America. It becomes the new flagship ADV for the bikemaker and the first-ever non-cruiser motorcycle under the Custom Vehicle Operations vertical. Here’s what the CVO badge brings.
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What’s New On The 2024 Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America
The first thing that stands out on the CVO Pan America is the gorgeous aesthetic. Unlike the plain liveries we’ve seen on the ADV thus far, the CVO flaunts a scintillating black and orange colorway. All the body panels have a gloss black base coat, accentuated by orange-grey graphics. We particularly dig the ‘1’ logo on the side of the tank. To top off the design, the burly crash protectors and subframe both come wrapped in a deep orange shade.
Next, equipment. CVO models usually feature extra components over the standard model, and the ADV is no different. It boasts:
- Auxiliary lamps
- Aluminum side cases
- Aluminum top case
- Laced wheels
- Rugged bash plate
- Screamin’ Eagle quickshifter
- Adaptive ride height
Most of these come straight from Harley’s accessories list. So if you don’t want the CVO, you can still enjoy these additions.
What’s Unchanged On The 2024 Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America
Aside from the aforementioned tweaks, the CVO borrows its mechanicals from the Pan America Special. So you get the Revolution Max 1,252cc V-twin engine that thumps out 150 horsepower and 94 pound-feet. It’s mated to a chain-driven six-speed transmission. Since that’s plenty of juice, the ADV also has an extensive set of rider aids. The list includes:
- Traction control
- Ride modes
- Switchable ABS
- Hill hold
- Cruise control
- Wheel lift mitigation
You can access these via a 6.8-inch TFT instrument cluster.
As for underpinnings, the motorcycle is built around a steel tubular chassis. It relies on Showa USD forks and monoshock–both with electronic adjustability–for suspension duties. This is topped by a set of 19/17-inch wheels, where the front houses two 320 mm discs and the rear has a single 280 mm rotor. All of these components result in a curb weight of 568 pounds (without the aluminum cases).
The Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America Is Priced At $
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Harley-Davidson has priced the CVO Pan America at $28,399. At this price, the CVO costs $8,400 more than the Special variant. More importantly, the MSRP makes it even pricier than the $22,090 BMW R 1300 GS Option 719 and the closely priced $28,395 Ducati Multistrada V4 S Grand Tour. In case you’re interested, you’d be happy to know the ADV has started reaching dealerships as we speak. So go to your nearest dealer, book it, and enjoy your exotic American adventure bike!
Source – Harley-Davidson