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ADV NewsHarley-Davidson Launches CVO Pan America For 2024

Harley-Davidson Launches CVO Pan America For 2024

Harley's big-bore adventurer gets an exclusive, kitted out version.

Published on 01.26.2024

Harley-Davidson has announced the addition of the CVO Pan America to its 2024 lineup, marking the first adventure model in its high-end Custom Vehicle Operations range. 

2024 Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America

Started in the late 90’s, Harley’s CVO lineup is reserved for the brand’s top-of-the-line and best equipped motorcycles, draped with premium details and features. Accordingly, the CVO version of the Pan America is fully loaded with optional equipment all wrapped up in exclusive custom paint and finishes. 

2024 Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America
2024 Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America

So what do you get? To begin with, the bike is equipped with all the features offered on the Pan America Special including semi-active front and rear suspension, touch screen display, selectable ride modes, and Daymaker Adaptive Headlamp technology. To that, Harley has added a host of accessories and parts such as Adaptive Ride Height suspension, rugged aluminum top and side cases, a Screamin’ Eagle quickshifter, tubeless laced wheels, auxiliary LED forward lighting, and an aluminum skid plate.

2024 Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America
2024 Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America

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The package is completed with exclusive custom paint in Legendary Orange featured on the seat piping, tank, crashbars and subframe, and complemented with a #1 graphic in Silver with accents in Black. And while CVO models often come with larger engines than their standard counterparts, this premium Pan America retains the Revolution Max 1250 powerplant also found in the regular model, pumping out the same 150 HP and 95 ft-lb of torque.

2024 Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America
2024 Harley-Davidson CVO Pan America

The CVO Pan America hits dealer floors this January as a limited-edition model. MSRP for the new bike starts at $28,399 – $8,400 more than the Pan America Special.

Author: ADV Pulse Staff
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Rob
Rob
January 26, 2024 1:20 pm

+8k for farkles? The stock engine so powerful, no need for more, but then why so much more money? Some weight reduction via expensive metals would make more sense.

Husabergchamp
Husabergchamp
January 26, 2024 1:40 pm

Very nice, I have been on a few Pan Americas and they are awesome on the street and nice on groomed trails and easier single track.So, H-D ….. when is the lighter version(s) coming out, a 700 twin or a 650 single? Not everyone wants the large ADV bikes. I ride a KTM 450 EXC, a Yamaha WR250R, a Suzuki DR650, and a Royal Enfield Himalayan. Something 500cc or larger, twin cylinder, lighter, will trip my buying trigger. With an H-D tank badge.

Fred FlannD
Fred Flann
January 26, 2024 3:34 pm

Does anybody seriously think this looks good for an ADV style bike? Who would actually buy this?

Gene
Gene
January 31, 2024 11:40 pm
Reply to  Fred Flann

You have the wrong three letters. The target demographic for this bike aren’t ADV riders, they’re CVO collectors.

Jeff
Jeff
January 26, 2024 11:41 pm

It’s hard enough to get past the styling of the front end,
but then the price!
Guaranteed 99.9% who do buy this, after paying all that $$,
will never see dirt. So what exactly is the point?
We need a stripped down version, lightened up, and down price,
way way down. Credit to HD for coming up with something interesting,
but current marketing strategy is going in the wrong direction.

Jeff
Jeff
January 27, 2024 5:02 am

Hard to justify when very low mileage 2021-2022 used models are going mid teen $k.

Fred FlannD
Fred Flann
January 27, 2024 6:20 am
Reply to  Jeff

Even harder to justify when they are charging an $8K markup for a bike that is considerably uglier. Nothing about the design scheme says ADV. It says Captain America and garage queen.

Joe John
Joe John
January 29, 2024 4:52 am

Coming soon to a dentist near you.

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