2019 HARLEY-DAVIDSON HERITAGE CLASSIC 114®
FROM THE SHADY SIDE OF THE FAMILY TREE
The dark style, modern edge and reinvigorated ride of the Heritage model take nostalgia ripping into a new place.
|Engine Capacity (rounded)||1868cc|
|Engine Details||Milwaukee-Eight® 107|
|Fuel System||Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)|
|Transmission type||6-Speed Cruise Drive®|
|Exhaust type||2-into-2 shorty dual; catalyst in muffler|
|Lights||High beam, turn signals, neutral, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, auxilary lighting, cruise, ABS, security, low battery voltage, low fuel|
|Tyres description||Dunlop® Harley-Davidson Series, bias blackwall|
|Rear Brake type||2-piston floating|
|Fuel Capacity||18.9 l|
|Weight (dry)||316 kg|
|Weight (full fuel & fluids)||330 kg|
|Wheelbase (mm)||1630 mm|
|Length (mm)||2415 mm|
|Seat Height (mm)||680 mm unladen|
|Ground Clearance (mm)||120 mm|
|Riding Position||Sit Down|
|MPN||Does not apply|
3 customer reviews
Ridin' IdahoBy Rod - motorweb.ws June 01, 2019
I've just hired a Heritage Softail 114 for four days here in the USA and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I'm not a tall guy (175cm) or Olympic weightlifter and found the Heritage an easy touring bike with ample power for the conditions up here in Idaho which were a mix of mountain B roads and freeways. I have ridden the Street Glide - which was also a fabulous touring bike - but I found the size a bit daunting and was a bit tricky in tight spots. The Heritage was a very suitable big bike but still manageable for a bloke my size. Oh, and the big Mil8 engine - magnificent. Spend the extra dollar and get the 114.
Heritage is where it's atBy Dave - http://backonthebike.com.au March 11, 2019
I ride a 2005 Softail Deluxe and wanted to update but found the new Deluxe has changed and wasn’t really what I wanted so I had a look around the showroom. I was meet by one of the representatives and we started talking as you do in a bike shop. I was taken over to have a look at the Heritage Classic. Really retro especially the screen which is blacked out at the bottom though I wasn’t sure about visibility.
So a quick test ride. 14 years has made a difference and I didn’t know how much. The new rear end I could see was different but the bike handled differently to my Deluxe. Performance, the bigger engine just launched when I twisted the throttle and the noise coming out of the back was a perfect match. The brakes are now ABS.
The panniers are well designed and they definitely look waterproof which when I do a long trip can be important and the riding should be easier with a six speed box.
Now to get a trade in price for the deluxe but I have to get home to wash and polish it.
Thats why I bought itBy old fart March 06, 2019
It’s a funny thing. I keep asking myself why I bought my harley. This is usually when I’m sitting down in front of the Tv during the week. On the weekend I ride it. Sometimes alone. Sometimes with friends. and that’s when I stop asking that question. I own and ride a Harley because I enjoy it. and I wanted a Harley that looked like a Harley and thats why I bought the Heritage. It was a close thing with the Deluxe but the big 114 engine got me over the line. I’m no spring chicken and I’ve worked hard all my life … for what? My Heritage is my answer.
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