Three 2019 Harley-Davidson CVO models offer show-stopping finishes, advanced technology, exclusive components and attention to detail that borders on obsessive. The Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations program creates limited-production Harley-Davidson motorcycle models for the most-discerning customers, often using finishes, materials and accessories that are only available on a CVO model.
For the rider who expects it all – luxury, performance, features and style, the CVO Limited model offers the ultimate in long-range touring comfort and luxury.
New features include a Blaze Red band on engine rocker boxes; Tomahawk front 19-in. and rear 18-in. wheels; Kahuna Collection (shifter pegs, brake pedal cover, muffler end caps, heated grips and rider and passenger foot boards); and new paint options including auburn sunglo/ rich bourbon/ black hole with contrast chrome Tomahawk wheels, red pepper/ wineberry/ magnetic grey with contrast anodize Tomahawk wheels, and magnetic grey fade with contrast anodize Tomahawk wheels.
The 2019 CVO Street Glide features a custom bagger with edgy styling, hot-rod performance and a premium audio system; new Blaze Red band on engine rocker boxes; Kahuna Collection with red Bar & Shield inset on some components (shifter pegs, brake pedal cover, muffler end caps, heated grips and rider and passenger boards); and new paint options including
charred steel/ lightning silver with contrast chrome Talon wheels, wineberry/ black forest with contrast anodize Talon wheels and black forest with contrast anodize Talon wheels
The 2019 CVO Road Glide has a distinctive, menacing style combined with long-haul comfort in a performance-touring motorcycle ready for long roads and late nights. The Road Glide features a new Blaze Red band on engine rocker boxes; new Fang front spoiler and lower bodywork; Screamin’ Eagle Heavy Breather intake for bold hot-rod style; and the exclusive Knockout 21-in. front and 18-in. rear wheel (the only factory-installed 21-in. front wheel offered on a Harley-Davidson Touring model). The suspension is engineered to work with the wheel size to deliver optimal performance, handling, and ride quality without compromising fitment of accessories.
Each 2019 CVO model is offered in three distinctly different styling treatments, from a look with a bright powertrain and chrome details with two-tone paint, to a combination of dark and bright finishes, to a very dark look with a monochrome or fade paint.
The new Boom! Box GTS infotainment system is standard on each 2019 CVO model. Wireless headset with Bluetooth interface to the Boom! Box GTS eliminates cords and enables the same functions as wired headset with premium sound quality. The headset has a range of up to one mile and can communicate with up to eight other compatible headsets. The CVO Limited model is delivered with two wireless headsets; the CVO Street Glide and CVO Road Glide models include a single headset.
The Tire Pressure Monitoring System displays current front and rear tire pressure on the Boom! Box screen and issues an alert when tire pressure is low to warn the rider that tire pressure should be checked, or if a tire is losing pressure due to puncture.
The Milwaukee-Eight 117 is exclusive to CVO models and features 117 cubic inch displacement, a high-performance camshaft and intake, an elevated 10.2:1 compression ratio and produces up to 125 ft.-lbs. of torque. On 2019 models, the Milwaukee-Eight 117 for CVO is identified by a bright Blaze Red band on the engine rocker boxes.
Premium Boom! Audio
CVO Street Glide: Six Boom! Stage II bi-amped speakers (paired in the fairing, lowers and saddlebag lids) with 150 watts per channel from three separate 300 watt amplifiers for 900 watts total power – the most outrageous factory-installed Harley-Davidson audio system designed to surround the rider in rich, clear sound.
CVO Limited: Four Boom! Stage I speakers (paired in fairing and Tour-Pak carrier) powered by a single amplifier and 75 watts per channel.
CVO Road Glide: Four Boom! Stage II bi-amped speakers (paired in fairing and saddlebag lids) with 150 watts of power per channel from two separate 300 watt amplifiers for 600 watts total power.