2016 Harley-Davidson Touring
|Condition:||Used Seller Notes|
|Engine Size (cc):||1,690|
|Warranty:||Vehicle has an existing warranty|
|Sub Model (Optional):||FLTRU Road Glide Ultra|
|Seller Notes:||“Only 1892 miles. Never laid down, scratched or rained on.”|
2016 RoadGlide Ultra. Only 1892 (yes, less than 2000) miles. Purchased new in Jan. 2017. Two tone red paint. Quick detach kit for tour pack which allows it to be removed in minutes for sporty, one-up riding. Dealer installed quick detach kit includes antenna relocation off of the tour pack and the addition of extra LED brake lights on the back of the saddle bags. This is a slick looking motorcycle without the tour pac on it. Bike has Vance & Hines Wide Oval slip on exhaust pipes and has been upgraded to the Stage-One performance level. Power Commander tuner also comes with the bike. Rear shocks lowered by one inch which can easily be taken back the other way by simply removing the adapters. Slightly lower cut tinted windshield on the bike but the original (which is like new) is boxed up and included. Comes with a full HD bike cover. Set of nice used ceramic head-pipes (which omits the catalytic converter) is not installed but comes with the bike. This bike is still under original factory warranty (till Jan 2019).
This bike has NEVER been dropped, damaged, or rained on.
The Road Glide is an amazing bike and literally "glides" down the road. I have owned 5 Harleys and this is by far the most comfortable. It is however actually too big for me. As I've gotten older, I am just having a tough time getting really comfortable (mentally) with such a large bike and to that end, I am going to let it go before I damage it in any way.
I'm asking $18,795 which is well below NADA and about $8K-$9K below the price for a new Road Glide Ultra.
When sold, the purchaser can take possession as soon as the funds clear, but it will take a few days to pay off the lein with Harley Davidson and get the title from VA DMV.
If you're looking for a very low mileage, like new Road Glide Ultra with the rock-solid 103 engine (which many prefer over the newer Milwaukee 8 engines), this is a great opportunity at a very fair price.