Harley Davidson has launched the Pan America 1250 and 1250 Special motorcycles in the Indian market. The Harley Davidson Pan America 1250 retails at a starting price of Rs 16.90 lakh, ex-showroom (India).
The company has launched two variants of the Pan America motorcycle called the standard and the special. The Pan America 1250 Special retails at Rs 19.99 lakh, ex-showroom (India).
The standard variant of the adventure motorcycle is more on-road biased. However, the special variant features a more off-road biased setup with electronically adjustable suspension, spoked wheels and more.
The Pan America 1250 features all-around LED lighting with DRLs, well-cushioned wide seats, wide and raised handlebar, 21.2-litre long-range fuel tank, a tall windscreen and an up-swept exhaust; among others.
The Pan America 1250 and 1250 Special are powered by the liquid-cooled, V-twin-cylinder 1250cc engine. It produces a maximum of 149bhp at 9000rpm and a peak torque of 127Nm at 6750rpm. The engine comes mated to a six-speed transmission along with an assist and slip clutch.
Both motorcycle also features a 6.8-inch TFT display. The instrument cluster of the motorcycle is a touchscreen unit that disables when the vehicle is in motion. The instrument cluster displays gear, odometer, fuel level, clock, trip, low temp alert, side stand down alert, TIP over alert, cruise, range and tachometer indication.
The motorcycle also features Bluetooth capability, which enables phone pairing to access phone calls, music, navigation via the mobile phone application. The motorcycle also features a USB Type-C smartphone charger.
The Pan America motorcycle comes with five riding modes: Rain, Road, Sport, Off-road, and one customisable riding mode. In addition to this, the Special variant of the motorcycle features two additional ride modes called the Off-road Plus and a customisable Off-road Plus mode. On the Pan America Special, the riding modes also adjust the semi-active suspension.
Other rider electronics on the motorcycle include lean-sensitive ABS, traction control, linked braking, and torque slip control. It even gets hill hold control as standard. The Pan America Special features handguards with integrated turn signals, an adjustable windscreen, a beefy aluminium skid plate, and engine crash bars.