Harley-Davidson Unveils 2024 Lineup: A Glimpse into the Carryover Models Before the Big Reveal

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Harley-Davidson Teases 2024 Lineup with Existing Models, Reserving the Excitement for a January 24th Launch Event

Harley-Davidson, the iconic American motorcycle manufacturer, has given enthusiasts a sneak peek into its 2024 lineup, showcasing existing models before a much-anticipated reveal on January 24th. While the 2024 lineup primarily consists of carryover bikes with no mechanical changes, the brand promises a more significant announcement with the unveiling of new models, including the latest Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) machines.

Here’s a brief overview of the revealed 2024 lineup:

1. Adventure Touring: Pan America 1250 Special

The Pan America 1250 Special retains its popularity in the Adventure Touring series.
No mechanical changes, but a new Red Rock color option is introduced, adding $650 to the $19,999 base price.

2. Grand American Touring: Road King Special, Road Glide Special, Ultra Limited

The base Street Glide and Road Glide models are conspicuously absent from the 2024 lineup.
The Grand American Touring series features the Road King Special, Road Glide Special, and Ultra Limited.
All three models sport the Milwaukee-Eight 114 powertrain, and there are no Milwaukee-Eight 107-powered bikes in this series for 2024.

3. Cruisers: Softail Standard, Street Bob 114, Fat Boy 114, Heritage Classic 114, Breakout, Low Rider S, Low Rider ST

The Softail Standard is the only model retaining the Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine.
The Street Bob 114, Fat Boy 114, Heritage Classic 114, Breakout, Low Rider S, and Low Rider ST continue with the Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine.
New color options are introduced for all models in this series.

4. Sport: Sportster S, Nightster Special, Nightster

The Sport series features the Sportster S, Nightster Special, and Nightster.
The Sportster S retains the liquid-cooled Revolution Max 1250T engine.
The Nightster Special and Nightster come with the Revolution Max 975T engine.
New color options are available for the Sport series.

5. Trikes: Tri Glide Ultra, Road Glide 3, Freewheeler

Harley-Davidson’s trike lineup includes the Tri Glide Ultra, Road Glide 3, and Freewheeler.
All trikes are powered by the Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine.
No mechanical changes; new color options are introduced.

6. Awaiting the Big Reveal on January 24th

Harley-Davidson will unveil new models, including the latest CVO machines, during a special launch event called “American Dreamin'” on January 24th at 10 a.m. CST.

The 2024 lineup provides a glimpse into the current offerings, with the brand building anticipation for what promises to be an exciting array of new models and updates in the coming year.