The new Softail FXDR 114 is now the most expensive Softail at $35,495, which is $1245 more than the popular Breakout 114.
All Street and Sportster models and some Softails are the same prices as last year, but with new colours.
Other Softails increase $245, except for the Fat Bob 107 which is up $265 to $27,750.
Touring models are up between $245 for the Road King ($34,495) to an extra $1265 for the Street Glide Special ($38,750).
However the price increase is justified by the Milwaukee 114 engine in the Special models and Ultra, plus the new BOOM! Box GTS infotainment system with extra functionality.
Harley says the Milwaukee-Eight 114 delivers up to 5% more torque than the Milwaukee-Eight 107 and up to 5% quicker 100km.
The infotainment system now has a TFT display with edge-to-edge Gorilla Glass designed to minimise reflection and optimised for touch sensitivity even with gloves and in the wet.
It is also Apple CarPlay compatible and features voice commands for navigation which integrates with the Harley-Davidson app for iOS or Android phones.
Touring models also get a slipper clutch (Drag-torque Slip Control System) to prevent rear-wheel lock-up on downshifts and linked brakes.
CVO models have only increased $500-$745, despite also getting the new Boom Box with improved speakers.
The biggest increase is in the trike range which was finally introduced last year after a protracted homologation period.
The Freewheeler is up $2745 to $42,995 and the Tri Glide is up $3255 to $53,250, justified by a step up from the 107 to 114 engine.
They now come with traction control, slipper clutch and new front suspension with dual-bending valves for more linear damping performance, smoother ride, and better feel, plus emulsion technology rear suspension with a single-knob preload adjustment.
The new trike prices are not likely to deter many as the previous shipment was sold out and there are buyers believed lined up for the new 114 models.