Harley Davidson introduces nine new models in 2010 line up


Every bike enthusiast owns or at least dreams of owning a Harley Davidson once in his lifetime. For all such bike enthusiasts, Harley-Davidson has rolled out its revised line of motorcycles for 2010. The new line will boast of nine new models making it the largest number of introductions in the company’s 106-year history. There are no big platforms in store for 2010 but you can expect small, incremental changes and improvements across the board in lieu of anything particularly radical. Here is what you can expect from the new line up. The four new models from Harley-Davidson’s Custom Vehicle Operations group will include CVO Fat Bob, CVO Softail Convertible, CVO Street Glide and CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide. The prices for these high-end models will vary from $25,299 to $35,999. But the remaining five models according to Harley Davidson will be much more affordable with prices slated to be below $10,000. With such an amazing line up in store, every bike enthusiast and fan of the American V-Twin is going to find it hard to resist the charms of these new models.

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Check out the photos and start dreaming of taking at least one of these beauties home this 2010.
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