The Nightster is another Sportster-based model and sits right under the Sportster S in the Harley range. It boasts the classic silhouette of the famed Harley nameplate, with the iconic walnut tank up front. It also comes as a single-seater with a headlight cowl and bar-end side mirrors to give it that ultra-retro vibe.
Highlighting the new bits in the Nightster is its Revolution Max 975T powertrain. This is a 975cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine that generates 90hp at 7,500rpm and 95Nm of torque at 5,000rpm.
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The Nightster is fitted with front 41mm Showa dual bending valve conventional forks and a pre-load adjustable rear suspension with outboard emulsion-tech shock absorbers with coil springs. It gets Harley-Davidson’s Rider Safety Enhancements, a host of tech that includes ABS, traction control, and a drag-torque slip control.
The Nightster also has three selectable ride modes available, namely: Road, Sport. and Rain. The bike features a four-inch analog speedometer with a multi-function LCD display on the handlebar riser. The bike boasts full LED lighting to boot.
“The Nightster is an instrument of expression and exploration, underpinned by performance” said Harley-Davidson chairman, president, and CEO Jochen Zeitz. “By building on the 65-year Sportster legacy, the Nightster provides a canvas for creativity and personalization, offering the ultimate platform for customization and expression for new and existing riders.”
The Nightster stickers for $13,499 (about P707,000) in the US. This new bike is already up on the Harley-Davidson Philippines website, but local pricing has yet to be announced. Expect that it’ll have a much higher SRP here than it does in the States. You can check out more photos of the new Nightster below.
More photos of the 2022 Harley-Davidson Nightster
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