Friday, October 2, 2009

HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic (2009)

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Harley-Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic (2009)

The Heritage Softail Classic offers long-range touring comfort and nostalgic, ´dresser´ style with big FL front end, chrome passing lamps, studded leather saddle bags and a full windshield. A smooth ride and comfortable position carry the Heritage Softail rider far beyond the horizon.

General information

Model: Harley-Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic
Year: 2009
Category: Touring
Rating: 71.3 out of 100. Show full rating and compare with other bikes
Safety: See our safety campaign with the high safety rated bikes in this category.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 1584.00 ccm (96.66 cubic inches)
Engine type: V2
Stroke: 4
Torque: 117.00 Nm (11.9 kgf-m or 86.3 ft.lbs) @ 3200 RPM
Compression: 9.2:1
Bore x stroke: 95.3 x 111.1 mm (3.8 x 4.4 inches)
Fuel system: Injection. Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection
Cooling system: Air
Gearbox: 6-speed
Transmission type final drive: Belt
Clutch: 9-plate, wet

Physical measures
Dry weight: 326.0 kg (718.7 pounds)
Seat height: 648 mm (25.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall length: 2,405 mm (94.7 inches)
Ground clearance: 130 mm (5.1 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,635 mm (64.4 inches)
Chassis and dimensions
Frame type: Mild steel tubular frame; rectangular section backbone;
Rake (fork angle): 32.0°
Trail: 147 mm (5.8 inches)
Front suspension: 41.3mm telescopic, “beer can” covers
Front suspension travel: 130 mm (5.1 inches)
Rear suspension: Hidden, horizontal-mounted, coil-over
Rear suspension travel: 109 mm (4.3 inches)
Front tyre dimensions: MT90-B16
Rear tyre dimensions: 150/80-16
Front brakes: Single disc. 4-piston
Front brakes diameter: 292 mm (11.5 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc. 2-piston
Rear brakes diameter: 292 mm (11.5 inches)
Exhaust system: Chrome, staggered shorty exhaust with dual mufflers

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 18.90 litres (4.99 gallons)
Color options: Vivid Black, Pewter Pearl, Dark Blue Pearl, Red Hot Sunglo, White Gold Pearl and Pewter Pearl; Deep Turquoise and Antique White; Flame Blue Pearl and Pewter Pearl; Red Hot Sunglo and Smokey Gold

Comments: Black powder-coated engine with chrome treatment covers; Chrome, “horseshoe” oil tank with chrome external oil lines; Chrome, bullet headlamp; Standard passenger footpegs; Chrome auxiliary lamps; New quick detachable king-size Lexan windshield; New 1940’s-style leather saddlebags with quick opening buckles; New passenger seat; New passenger backrest; New Touring handlebars with new top clamp and risers; Full FL front fender with new chrome accents; New two-tone leather tank panel; New Hydra Glide style, chrome nacelle with horizontal “knuckles”; New “old-school” shaped, stainless steel rider footboards and brake paddle

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HARLEY DAVIDSON FXCW Softail Rocker (2009)

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Harley-Davidson FXCW Softail Rocker (2009)

The Rocker offers authentic hard-tail chopper style with innovative ideas that could only be produced by Harley-Davidson. The Rockertail® rear section mounts a wide fender directly to the swingarm, over a big 18-inch rear tyre.

General information

Model: Harley-Davidson FXCW Softail Rocker
Year: 2009
Category: Custom / cruiser
Rating: 68 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 1584.00 ccm (96.66 cubic inches)
Engine type: V2
Stroke: 4
Torque: 117.00 Nm (11.9 kgf-m or 86.3 ft.lbs) @ 3200 RPM
Compression: 9.2:1
Bore x stroke: 95.3 x 111.1 mm (3.8 x 4.4 inches)
Fuel system: Injection. Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Starter: Electric
Cooling system: Air
Gearbox: 6-speed
Transmission type final drive: Belt
Clutch: 9-plate, wet

Physical measures
Dry weight: 307.0 kg (676.8 pounds)
Seat height: 622 mm (24.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall length: 2,415 mm (95.1 inches)
Ground clearance: 135 mm (5.3 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,760 mm (69.3 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Frame type: Mild steel tubular frame; rectangular section backbone;
Rake (fork angle): 36.5°
Trail: 157 mm (6.2 inches)
Front suspension: 49mm telescopic fork
Front suspension travel: 127 mm (5.0 inches)
Rear suspension: Hidden, horizontal-mounted, coil-over
Rear suspension travel: 79 mm (3.1 inches)
Front tyre dimensions: 90/90-R19
Rear tyre dimensions: 240/40-R18
Front brakes: Single disc. 4-piston
Rear brakes: Single disc. 2-piston
Exhaust system: Chrome, staggered shorty exhaust with dual mufflers

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 18.90 litres (4.99 gallons)
Color options: Vivid Black, Vivid Black Deluxe, Flame Blue Pearl, Crimson Red Sunglo
Modifications compared to previous model: New lowprofile front fender

Comments: Silver powder-coated engine; Custom finned cast aluminium “horseshoe” oil tank with chrome external oil lines; Painted, stretch low-profile tank console; Fire-truck inspired bullet headlamp; Bullet style LED turn signals; Adjustable, V-bar riser; Forward-mounted rider footpegs; Stainless steel, pull-back, internally-wired handlebars; Lowest seat height of all Harley-Davidson® motorcycles;

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HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTF Fat Boy (2009)

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Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy (2009)

One of the world’s most distinctive motorcycles, the FLSTF Fat Boy rolls with a size and stature second to none. The Fat Boy rides wide on a 200mm rear tyre hugged by a deep rear fender with a 17-inch front wheel and bright chrome fork nacelle.

General information

Model: Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy
Year: 2009
Category: Custom / cruiser
Rating: 71 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 1584.00 ccm (96.66 cubic inches)
Engine type: V2
Stroke: 4
Torque: 120.00 Nm (12.2 kgf-m or 88.5 ft.lbs) @ 3300 RPM
Compression: 9.2:1
Bore x stroke: 95.3 x 111.1 mm (3.8 x 4.4 inches)
Fuel system: Injection. Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Starter: Electric
Cooling system: Air
Gearbox: 6-speed
Transmission type final drive: Belt
Clutch: 9-plate, wet

Physical measures
Dry weight: 313.0 kg (690.0 pounds)
Seat height: 645 mm (25.4 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall length: 2,396 mm (94.3 inches)
Ground clearance: 130 mm (5.1 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,635 mm (64.4 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Frame type: Mild steel tubular frame; rectangular section backbone;
Rake (fork angle): 32.0°
Trail: 147 mm (5.8 inches)
Front suspension: 41.3mm telescopic, “beer can” covers
Front suspension travel: 130 mm (5.1 inches)
Rear suspension: Hidden, horizontal-mounted, coil-over
Rear suspension travel: 109 mm (4.3 inches)
Front tyre dimensions: 140/75-R17
Rear tyre dimensions: 200/55-R17
Front brakes: Single disc. 4-piston
Front brakes diameter: 292 mm (11.5 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc. 2-piston
Rear brakes diameter: 292 mm (11.5 inches)
Exhaust system: Chrome, over/under shotgun exhaust with dual mufflers

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 18.90 litres (4.99 gallons)
Color options: Vivid Black, Black Pearl, Pewter Pearl, Flame Blue Pearl, Black Denim, Red Hot Sunglo

Comments: Black powder-coated engine with chrome treatment covers; Chrome, “horseshoe” oil tank with chrome external oil lines; Chrome, nostalgic fuel tank console; Chrome, bullet headlamp; Chrome, isolated riser; Full-length rider footboards; Standard passenger footpegs; Chrome, internally-wired handlebars; Two-piece, two-up Softail® classic seat with removable seat pillionoil tank with chrome external oil lines; Chrome, nostalgic fuel tank console; Chrome, bullet headlamp; Chrome, isolated riser; Forward-mounted rider footpegs; Standard passenger footpegs; Polished steel, “ape-hanger” handlebars; One-piece, two-up Softail® classic seat; Passenger backrest;

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HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTF Softail Fat Boy (2008)

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Harley-Davidson FLSTF Softail Fat Boy (2008)

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General information

Model: Harley-Davidson FLSTF Softail Fat Boy
Year: 2008
Category: Custom / cruiser
Rating: 60.7 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 1573.25 ccm (96.00 cubic inches)
Engine type: V2
Stroke: 4
Torque: 120.00 Nm (12.2 kgf-m or 88.5 ft.lbs) @ 3300 RPM
Compression: 9.2:1
Bore x stroke: 95.3 x 111.3 mm (3.8 x 4.4 inches)
Fuel system: Injection. ESPFI
Cooling system: Air
Gearbox: 6-speed
Transmission type final drive: Belt
Clutch: Multi-plate with diaphragm spring in oil bath

Physical measures
Dry weight: 314.8 kg (694.0 pounds)
Weight incl. oil, gas, etc: 323.9 kg (714.0 pounds)
Seat height: 698 mm (27.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall length: 2,395 mm (94.3 inches)
Ground clearance: 130 mm (5.1 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,638 mm (64.5 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Rake (fork angle): 32.0°
Trail: 147 mm (5.8 inches)
Front tyre dimensions: 140/75-R17
Rear tyre dimensions: 200/55-R17
Front brakes: Single disc. 4-piston calipers
Rear brakes: Single disc. 2-piston torque-free calipers
Exhaust system: Chrome, over/under shotgun exhaust w/ dual mufflers

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 18.92 litres (5.00 gallons)
Fuel consumption pr. 10 km (6.2 miles): 4.35 litres (1.15 gallons)
Color options: Vivid Black, Pewter Pearl, Pacific Blue Pearl, Black Pearl, Dark Blue Denim (New), Candy Red Sunglo (New) 105th Anniversary Copper Pearl/Vivid Black, Purple Haze (Custom), Copperhead Pearl and Red Hot (Custom), Golden Glow and Black Glow (Custom)

Comments: Fat 200mm rear tire; 17-in. front wheel; fat 1-1/4´ internally wired handlebar with giant bare knuckle risers; Silver, Bullet Hole Disc Cast Aluminum wheels; two-tone seat and bullet laced valance; custom graphics package on front fender, fuel tank and rear fender

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HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTB Softail Cross Bones (2009)

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Harley-Davidson FLSTB Softail Cross Bones (2009)

If riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle is a timeless experience, then the new FLSTSB Softail Cross Bones almost makes the clock stand still. The dark Cross Bones has the profile of an authentic custom bobber, a stripped-down-and-chopped custom with raw finishes and loads of attitude.

General information

Model: Harley-Davidson FLSTSB Softail Cross Bones
Year: 2009
Category: Custom / cruiser
Rating: 61 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 1584.00 ccm (96.66 cubic inches)
Engine type: V2
Stroke: 4
Torque: 120.00 Nm (12.2 kgf-m or 88.5 ft.lbs) @ 3300 RPM
Bore x stroke: 95.3 x 111.1 mm (3.8 x 4.4 inches)
Fuel system: Injection. Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection
Starter: Electric
Cooling system: Air
Gearbox: 6-speed
Transmission type final drive: Belt
Clutch: 9-plate, wet

Physical measures
Dry weight: 318.0 kg (701.1 pounds)
Seat height: 676 mm (26.6 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall length: 2,330 mm (91.7 inches)
Ground clearance: 125 mm (4.9 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,630 mm (64.2 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Frame type: Mild steel tubular frame; rectangular section backbone; stamped,
Rake (fork angle): 32.0°
Trail: 160 mm (6.3 inches)
Front suspension: Black leading link
Front suspension travel: 130 mm (5.1 inches)
Rear suspension: Hidden, horizontal-mounted, coil-over
Rear suspension travel: 109 mm (4.3 inches)
Front tyre dimensions: MT90-B16
Rear tyre dimensions: 200/55-R17
Front brakes: Single disc
Front brakes diameter: 292 mm (11.5 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes diameter: 292 mm (11.5 inches)
Exhaust system: Chrome, straight over/under shotgun exhaust with dual mufflers

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 18.90 litres (4.99 gallons)
Color options: Vivid Black, Dark Blue Pearl, Black Denim, Pewter Denim

Comments: Gloss black Springer® front end with chopped front fender; Gloss black mini “ape-hanger” handlebar; Gloss black console with cat-eye indicators; Rider adjusted, two-position, sprung solo seat; Tribal pinstripe graphics on fuel tank and fenders; Nostalgic patent badge on oil tank; Gloss black, oval air cleaner cover; Half moon floorboards with heel/toe shifter; New Willie G. signed skull graphics on the oil tankoil tank with chrome external oil lines; Chrome, bullet headlamp; Standard passenger footpegs; Chrome auxiliary lamps; New quick detachable king-size Lexan windshield; New 1940’s-style leather saddlebags with quick opening buckles; New passenger seat; New passenger backrest; New Touring handlebars with new top clamp and risers; Full FL front fender with new chrome accents; New two-tone leather tank panel; New Hydra Glide style, chrome nacelle with horizontal “knuckles”; New “old-school” shaped, stainless steel rider footboards and brake paddle

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HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTB Softail Cross Bones (2008)

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Harley Davidson FLSTB Softail Cross Bones (2008)

What’s old is new again. The more things change the more they stay the same. The song remains the same, etcetera, etcetera. I’m sure I’ve used those adages and clich├ęs before, but never did they seem truer in light of Harley-Davidson’s newest machine, the Cross Bones.

Back in January of this year, both father and son, Willie G. and Bill J. Davidson, were on hand at the infamous Viper Room on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood, CA, to uncover, literally, the latest addition to not only the Softail line, but also to what is something of a phantom line-up. That snaky venue was the perfect setting, and likely chosen for both its dark motif and equally dark vibe, for Harley to officially announce what it calls Dark Customs. These shadowy figures are various bikes from other model platforms that all carry a common darkened theme. The Dark Customs currently are: Sportster 1200 Nightster (XL1200N), Night Rod Special (VRSCDX), Dyna Street Bob (FXDB), Fat Bob (FXDF), Night Train (FXSTB) and the Cross Bones (FLSTSB).

Most of the Dark Customs eschew the gleam and sparkle of acres of chrome and flashy paint for black-finished parts like mirrors, hand and foot controls, engine finish, headlamp nacelle, wheels, so on and so forth. If all those bits on a particular model aren’t blackened, as is the case with the shinier Night Train or Dyna Street Bob, then, at a minimum those bikes wear darker, simpler colors, often in a matte finish.

I enjoyed my time on one of the early entrants to the Darks, the Nightster, when we tested it a little over a year ago, well before the words Dark Custom were ever uttered. The Cross Bones follows the Nightster’s pattern of dark, black bits everywhere. The rear fender struts, swingarm, oil tank, round air cleaner cover, old-skool half-moon rubber-cushioned floorboards, handlebars, mirrors, turn signals, tank-mounted speedo including idiot lights, headlamp, springer front-end, front fender bracket, and laced steel wheels all have a deep black luster. About the only pieces that aren’t black are the gas cap, engine covers and dual slash-cut exhaust.

What sets the Cross Bones apart from bikes in the Softail line as well as some of the other Dark Customs is its nod to the bike-bobbing past. Mini ape-hanger rubber-mounted handlebars are an easy cue to the direction the bike’s styling is headed. The front fender is minimal; it boldly displays the chubby 5-inch wide, 16-inch Dunlop D402 tire. The rear fender follows suit as it gives plenty of exposure to the 200mm-wide (7.8”) 17-inch tire, also a D402.

Should you purchase or take a spin on this retro ride, take note. Its adjustable two-position tractor-style solo springer saddle will have you starting and ending your trip all alone. This one-man-band saddle leaves the rear fender naked, accentuating its long look. Furthering the bare and vintage appearance out back is the pseudo hardtail look that Softails emulate by using two horizontally-mounted shocks that hide underneath the bike. Rear suspension travel is in line with most of the other Softies at 4.3 inches, but the Bones’s front travel is a hair over an inch less than the other models at 3.8 inches. Capping off post-war styling is a simple paint scheme that’s tastefully accented with Von Dutch-style pinstriping.

I admire Harley-Davidson as a company for a number of reasons. One reason being that, like BMW, the company is a masterful alchemist, able to extract several bike models all from one basic platform. The basic Softail chassis is in place on the Cross Bones – save for the front end. Powering this new old bike is the same Twin Cam 96B that every bike model beginning with an F gets. The fuel-injected 45-degree air-cooled 96ci Twin is rigid mounted and counter-balanced – hence the B in its name. The venerable workhorse is matted to a six-speed gearbox.

Expecting one thing, getting another
Years ago, long before I could give two hoots about motorcycles, I was more interested in bicycle racing. In one race I learned a great life lesson. Before the race started I sized up the competitors – their gear and bikes the latest and greatest – and surmised that I was in deep doodoo. Near races’ end I had passed at least three-quarters of the field. Lesson? Preconceived notions shouldn’t see the light of day. In the case of the Cross Bones, I was dead-wrong about my suspicions that such a simple front-end and seat wouldn’t be able to provide good ride quality and performance.

The solo seat sits 30 inches off the ground and is the most comfy cruiser seat in my recent memory. It feels simply as if it had been custom made and perfectly shaped just for me. Neither freeway nor surface street miles had me fidgeting with mild numbness or soreness. Next to be struck from my list of presumptions was what I thought would be inherent discomfort and poor input response from the mini apes. To my surprise I never felt stretched too far forward and only suffered discomfort from arm pump while doing my best impersonation of a spinnaker sail when hammering down the freeway in excess of 80 mph. The rubber-mounted bars offer a good blend of comfort and functionality.

The vintage-inspired half-moon floor boards also have vibe-isolating properties courtesy of rubber tops, and offer a relaxing place to park your boots. But, the combination of their forward bias and a large boot size may create difficulty in wiggling your left foot out in a hurry from under the heel-toe shifter.

That seat I like so much is accented by a braided leather tank strap that visually connects it to a simplistic instrument console mounted on the 5-gallon tank. The console is so simple in fact that the analog speedo only reads in single and double digits with a “MPH x 10” reminder at the bottom. It’s inlayed with a tiny LCD displaying time, dual tripmeter, odo, low fuel and oil warning. The usual array of idiot lights blends inconspicuously into the console, only appearing when lit. As slick as the instrument package is, I should note that while wearing a full-face helmet I was forced to tilt my head down to see the gauges, thereby taking my eyes off the road for whatever length of time.

Putting the Cross Bones in its natural habitat of urban surface streets and fun canyon roads was the first place I realized that I expected one thing from this motorcycle and it gave me something else.

Shock and amazement! The big bobber imitator rides like a dream. The fat front and rear tire combo doesn’t hinder steering or make the bike run wide in corners. Mind the lean angles, though, as is the case with any cruiser, ground clearance is an issue. Holding a smooth continuous arc is effortless, belying the bike’s 737-lb claimed wet weight. No small feat considering, for example, that the Bones weighs a full 55 pounds more than the Night Train with fuel, etc.

Half expecting chassis flex in quicker transitioning corners, I was doubly pleased that I experienced little, if any, movement in the frame. The low-tech front provided excellent damping over just about every surface with the exception of high-speed (steep-angled) bumps. The simple spring and associated covered and chromed shock simply can’t react fast enough and with enough damping to soak up such imperfections. Otherwise, it was sufficient.

Extended freeway time may or may not be a chore depending on your chosen rate of travel. Anything above 80 mph or so can be work not only holding on against the wind, but the classic springer front end starts to resemble riding a several-hundred-pound jackhammer. Keep freeway speeds reasonable and you’ll feel as cool as you look.

Harley-Davidson may have turned back the hands of time in styling the Cross Bones, but not at the cost of forward progress in performance. This bike has a smooth, responsive ride in all but the upper reaches of the speedometer; the reliable Twin Cam 96B is plenty torquey and smooth. The six-speed transmission isn’t the slickest shifting but it engages with the reassuring ka-thunk that it’s proudly American made. The single-piston, single-rotor front brake works well, but the two-piston rear brake works better. Throttle response is good, and the note emanating from the custom-looking exhaust sounds like it just slipped under the EPA’s radar, but an observed 32 mpg should keep the agency happy.

More important than the Cross Bones’ abilities is its obvious aesthetic appeal. I often found myself passing the bike in the garage only to get caught in its hypnotic pull. I would stop and look at it and think, “Man, this is one good-looking Harley. I can’t think of anything about it I’d want to change.” The Cross Bones has become my new favorite Harley-Davidson.

Whether you’re ready to relive your past or are young and want a tie-in to motorcycling’s days gone by, the Cross Bones may be your fountain of youth. The price of admission starts at $16,795; available colors are Vivid Black, Olive Pearl, Dark Blue Pearl, Black Denim, Pewter Denim and Dark Blue Denim. (By Pete Brissette, Jun. 23, 2008)



General information

Model: Harley-Davidson FLSTSB Softail Cross Bones
Year: 2008
Category: Custom / cruiser
Rating: 66.3 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 1573.25 ccm (96.00 cubic inches)
Engine type: V2
Stroke: 4
Torque: 114.98 Nm (11.7 kgf-m or 84.8 ft.lbs) @ 3100 RPM
Compression: 9.2:1
Bore x stroke: 95.3 x 111.3 mm (3.8 x 4.4 inches)
Fuel system: Injection. Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Starter: Electric
Cooling system: Air
Gearbox: 6-speed
Transmission type final drive: Belt
Clutch: Multi-plate with diaphragm spring in oil bath

Physical measures
Dry weight: 317.5 kg (700.0 pounds)
Weight incl. oil, gas, etc: 334.3 kg (737.0 pounds)
Seat height: 767 mm (30.2 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall length: 2,299 mm (90.5 inches)
Ground clearance: 124 mm (4.9 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,638 mm (64.5 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Rake (fork angle): 32.0°
Front tyre dimensions: MT90-B16
Rear tyre dimensions: 200/55-R17
Front brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes: Single disc
Exhaust system: Chrome, straight over/under shotgun, slash-cut exhaust w/ dual mufflers

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 18.92 litres (5.00 gallons)
Fuel consumption pr. 10 km (6.2 miles): 4.35 litres (1.15 gallons)
Color options: Vivid Black, Black Denim, Pewter Denim, Dark Blue Denim, Olive Pearl, Dark Blue Pearl

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