All new 2022 Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic First Look let's take a full details of it.

All new 2022 Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic First Look let's take a full details of it. 

Harley-Davidson's Heritage Classic is back in a big way this year. The Milwaukee-Eight 114 V-twin now powers the standard Heritage Classic, making the Heritage Classic 114 obsolete.

The only change is the replacement of the Milwaukee-Eight 107. This year, there are two trim options - black and chrome. The chrome trim option is new this year.

New touches have been added to the Black trim. The upper rocker covers, camshaft cover, transmission cover, and primary cover all feature Wrinkle Black. For a bit of contrast, the lower rocker covers get Gloss Black. Gloss Black is used on the lightbar, turn signal standoffs, and windshield brackets. There is more black in the front thanks to the mirrors and triple clamps in plain black. The wheel hubs and hub caps are black anodized, while the exhaust shields are matte black (chrome tips remain).


We have tested the Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic

The move to cast-aluminum wheels this year is another change. The Chrome and Black trims come standard with Black 9-Spoke cast aluminum wheels. If you choose the Chrome trim, you can get optional Chrome Laced wheels. If you choose the Black trim, you can get optional Black Laced wheels. The wire-spoked wheels cost $400. In 2022, Harley-Davidson will replace last year's wire-spoked wheels with cast aluminum wheels.


Because it has a Softail chassis, the 2022 Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic remains part of The Motor Company's Cruiser lineup. Prior to this year, it was also a Touring model. As a result, Harley-Davidson now classifies its touring bikes in the Grand American Touring category, which secures the Heritage Classic's place as a cruiser, despite having a windshield and saddlebags as standard equipment. 


All new 2022 Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic First Look let's take a full details of it. 


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