This year ride-away prices are mostly up across the range despite a rising dollar.
The ageing Sportster range continues, but has been halved to just the Forty-Eight, Iron 1200 and Iron 883.
Gone are the Super Low, Forty-Eight Special and 1200 Custom.
Sportsters were tipped to be axed this year and replaced by the new Revolution Max water-cooled Bronx Streetfighter range.
However, Jochen has deferred their launch.
In perhaps the Sportster’s last-hurrah year, prices are higher.
The Iron 883 now costs $2250 more, the Iron 1200 S is $200 extra and $1000 more for the Forty-Eight.
Iron 1200 S
The Softail range, which incorporates Dynas since the two families merged in 2018, retains the biggest model range with 10 variants.
Four are powered by the 107 Milwaukee Eight engine and the remainder have 114-cube engines.
That’s down from 13 models last year with the axe falling on the much-touted but much-maligned FXDR and the stalwart Deluxe, while Street Bob, Low Rider, Fat Bob and Fat Boy are now only available in 114-cube versions.
The Street Bob S gets a more stripped-down look, while the Fat Boy S gets more chrome.
Those who believe “there is no replacement for displacement” will have to fork out an extra $1500 for the extra cubes, but $3000 for the Fat Boy S which is the same price differential as last year.
New pricing is a little confusing in this range.
For example, the Heritage Classic comes in both 107 and 114 variants but the 107 costs $3700 less.
Prices for the Softail Standard, Fat Bob S, Breakout S and Heritage Classic S remain the same as last year.
Street Bob S (114)
Sport Glide (107)
Low Rider S (114)
Heritage Classic (107)
Fat Bob S (114)
Fat Boy S (114)
Heritage Classic S (114)
Breakout S (114)
The axe has also fallen in the Touring range with the Electra Glide and 107 Road King gone.
All Touring models are now 114-powered.
The top-of-the-line Ultra Limited now costs an extra $1000 as do the 114 Specials, except the Road King S which is only $755 extra.
The Specials now come with two-tone paint options and blacked-out or bright chrome styling.
They also feature a Ventilator air cleaner with a washable filter element, and a new low-profile engine guard.
Road King S (114)
Street Glide Special (114)
Road Glide Special (114)
Ultra Limited (114)
The biggest price rises are in the Trikes with the Freewheeler up $3500 and the Tri Glide Ultra Classic costing $3200 more.