Convertible components make it easy to transform the CVO Softail Deluxe. The quick-detach windshield can be popped off (along with the integrated Road Tech zumo 660 GPS Navigator), as can the leather-covered saddlebags and detachable backrest and luggage rack. Viola, a boulevard cruiser. For a solo look, the passenger pillion can be removed, exposing more of that spectacular CVO paint on the rear fender.
Motivating this beauty is the Screamin' Eagle Twin Cam 110B™ engine, a 110-cid V-Twin pumping out 108 ft. lbs. of torque. The Softail chassis tucks a pair of coil-over shock absorbers mounted horizontally and out of sight within the frame rails for suspension control. The new Daymaker LED headlamp and fog lamps make it into this model as well, for superior nighttime illumination. Electronic cruise control, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), keyless ignition, and the Harley-Davidson Smart Security System are standard equipment on the CVO Softail Deluxe. MSRP is $28,999.