2015 Harley-Davidson 4 CVO Custom Models

15CVOFamilyHarley-Davidson CVO motorcycles are customized using exclusive components and paint treatments combined with numerous items from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories. The CVO program is often used to introduce new custom components and techniques before they are offered as individual accessories. The 2015 Harley-Davidson® Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO)™ line-up wields big paint, killer wheels, massive power, exclusive technology, and custom-shop details to create four limited-production factory custom motorcycles ready to stir the soul of some of the most demanding rider.

15CVOSm115CVOSm2Each Harley-Davidson CVO model is powered by a 110ci V-Twin engine, the largest-displacement Original Equipment engine offered by Harley-Davidson and only available from the factory in CVO motorcycles. The 2015 CVO Limited, CVO Street Glide and CVO Road Glide Ultra feature the Screamin’ Eagle® Twin-Cooled™ Twin Cam 110™ engine with a combination of air-cooled and precision liquid-cooling strategies to maintain peak performance under the most demanding loads and riding conditions. The 2015 CVO Softail Deluxe is powered by the Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110 V-Twin engine. |

All models are equipped with the Assist & Slip Clutch Pack that provides a slip feature on downshifts to reduce loading of the driveline, and hydraulic clutch actuation to reduce lever effort and maintenance. Harley-Davidson CVO models are factory-equipped with electronic cruise control, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), keyless ignition and the H-D Factory Security System, and an indoor/outdoor storage cover with the CVO logo.

15CVOStreetGlide2015 CVO Street Glide: It’s a challenge to create a super-premium audio system capable of both shocking volume and outstanding quality. Design that system and then mount it on a desirable factory-custom bagger, and you’ve got the 2015 CVO Street Glide. Four bi-amped front and rear three-way speakers. Two 300-watt four-channel amplifiers. Unique static and dynamic equalizers and a sophisticated midrange DPS cross-over give music greater clarity and a more natural sound at all volume levels. Music of any style may sound better than you’ve ever heard before.

Offered for the first time in a Street Glide, the Screamin’ Eagle Twin-Cooled™ Twin Cam 110™ powertrain pumps out a stout 115 ft. lbs. of torque to really move this bike down the road. A side-fill fuel tank is topped with a new slammed console with illuminated CVO logo. Other custom features include new five-spoke polished chrome Aggressor custom wheels, extended saddlebags, Airflow Collection accessories from hand grips to muffler caps, a custom CVO seat, Daymaker™ LED headlamp and Wind Splitter windscreen. This, plus all the standard Project RUSHMORE features, including a Batwing fairing with splitstream vent to reduce head buffeting and the Boom! ™ Box 6.5GT infotainment system with touch screen and GPS. Offered in Scorching Yellow/Starfire Black Flames, Starfire Black/Gold Dust Flames, Ultraviolet Blue/Molten Lava Flames and Hard Candy Mercury/Smoky Quartz Flames.

15CVORoadGlideUltra2015 CVO Road Glide Ultra: Tour with swagger aboard the CVO Road Glide Ultra. Fine-tuned in a wind tunnel, the CVO Road Glide Ultra fairing has triple splitstream vents and a 13.5-inch touring windshield to virtually eliminate head buffeting. The new wind tunnel designed air deflectors under the fairing create a cooling jet stream of air. An exclusive 1.25-inch diameter chrome handlebar offers more pullback and height to put the rider in an ideal long-haul posture. The color-matched inner fairing holds a color touchscreen Boom! ™ Box 6.5 GT infotainment system with 3D GPS and 6.5-inch Boom! Bagger™ speakers with 75-watt-per channel amplification.The influence of Project RUSHMORE includes Reflex™ linked brakes with ABS, One-Touch design latches, stout 49mm forks, and a passenger position with extreme comfort. A dual-control heated seat, polished chrome Slicer custom wheels, premium removable luggage liners, back-lit hand control and dash switches and a high-output charging system are also standard equipment. That stunning CVO paint is offered in three color combinations: Abyss Blue/Crushed Sapphire, Burgundy Blaze / Typhoon Maroon, and Carbon Dust/Autumn Sunset.

15CVOSoftailDeluxe2015 CVO Softail Deluxe: An Art Deco-style paint scheme, wide whitewall tires, and classic Softail lines elevate for vintage style. An all-new braking system combines a redesigned master cylinder and caliper with a 300mm front rotor to deliver intuitive braking control with reduced lever effort. The side stand was also redesigned for easier access. Convertible components – including a quick-detach windshield, saddlebags, luggage rack, backrest and passenger pillion – make it easy to transform the CVO Softail Deluxe from a touring machine to a boulevard cruiser in just minutes. A Road Tech™ zumo® 660 GPS Navigator is integrated with the windshield. Its low center of gravity and 24-inch seat height make the CVO Softail Deluxe an ideal option for riders of smaller stature. New color options are Bermuda Blue/Stardust Silver and Black Crystal/Dark Tungsten.

15CVOLimited2015 CVO Limited: A mainstay of the CVO line, the 2015 CVO Limited is distinguished by its new polished-chrome Slicer custom wheels, equipped with 90-degree valve stems to ease air pressure checks. The new Airflow Collection combines black rubber and brilliant chrome highlights on heated hand grips, the brake pedal pad and shifter peg and rider and passenger floorboards with complementary shifter and rear brake levers and a new air cleaner cover. Refined by Project RUSHMORE to enhance every aspect of the riding experience, the CVO Limited is equipped with Daymaker LED lighting, Reflex linked brakes with ABS, and the color touchscreen Boom! Box 6.5 GT infotainment system with 3D GPS and 6.5-inch Boom! Bagger speakers with 75-watt-per channel amplification. Premium removable luggage liners, back-lit hand control and dash switches and a high-output charging system are also standard equipment. A hand-finished graphic effect highlights a new paint scheme, offered in three color combinations: Carbon Dust/Charcoal Slate, Gold Rush/Carbon Dust, and Palladium Silver/Typhoon Maroon.

11 Responses to “2015 Harley-Davidson 4 CVO Custom Models”


  1. 1 Zipper Sep 26th, 2014 at 8:35 am

    Do they offer reverse gear? ..z

  2. 2 SIGFREED Sep 26th, 2014 at 2:43 pm

    The only non-“touring” CVO is a “touring” Softail – shall we never see an (epic) CVO V-Rod again?

    The V-Rod is ready for an ‘evolution’ – a SE V-Rod Muscle is the place to start.

  3. 3 nicker Sep 26th, 2014 at 6:54 pm

    Certainly the V-rod design would be something to build on….
    Instead they’ve chosen:

    “… a super-premium audio system capable of shocking volume …”

    Why…???

    -nicker-

  4. 4 Seymour Sep 26th, 2014 at 10:34 pm

    HD can’t compete on price now IMO.

  5. 5 Sharkey Sep 27th, 2014 at 8:19 am

    Will still appeal huge to the people I know that buy them. Gorgeous bikes no matter what else. Massive power? That might be a bit of ad stretch…..never, ever in any HD ad have I seen them boast of how cheap there bikes were; so I think for most price is still moot.

  6. 6 Texx Sep 28th, 2014 at 1:19 am

    Why has the V-Rod engine never been adapted to a touring version – even as a limited edition or prototype? Seems a shame not to use that engine for a touring application.

  7. 7 Sharkey Sep 28th, 2014 at 11:30 am

    As for the V-Rod engine; I’m just guessing that it can’t easily be re-designed to move a 3/4 ton load in the somewhat lazy fashion the current big twins can

  8. 8 Steve Berg Sep 28th, 2014 at 1:38 pm

    Still waiting for a wind cheating design on the V Rod. How about an upszed version of the racing screens from 45 years ago? They saved the Flathead for a few more years. Now ad LED headlights built in to maintain the aero. Fly like an eagle with rearsets (to play with the drag) AND cruise like a tourer with forward controls. BOTH on one bike.

  9. 9 Mr Dick Sep 29th, 2014 at 7:15 am

    Til they come up with a new fully liquid cooled engine, or go back to all air cooled, I will keep my 2010.This new one worries me. Besides, the colors have all sucked the past 5 yrs.

  10. 10 Blackmax Sep 29th, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    This is one of those situations that if you have to ask “how much”?
    You really can’t afford one of them anyway ….
    Ok, so H-D has captured the market for the “super premium” customer.
    (And they must be doing it right because the CVO models SELL OUT EVERY YEAR !!!!!!!)
    Just my thoughts, but why am I going to pay this kind of $$$$
    and pay MORE for add-on’s, when I can buy an Indian model that has more
    tech/toys, better looking and will out perform it’s CVO counterpart across the entire line ????
    Pay less $$$$ and only have to add an exhaust system if anything at all ???
    Again just one man’s opinion …..

  11. 11 nicker Sep 29th, 2014 at 10:02 pm

    RE:
    “… the market for the ‘super premium’ …”

    Well, all scooter jockeys could afford and ride them, how popular would they be…… ???

    -nicker-

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