Las Vegas Harley-Davidson located at Las Vegas, Nevada is your dealership for Harley-Davidson. Las Vegas Harley-Davidson is your source for everything Harley whether it be new or used sales, rentals, service, parts or accessories.
This bike is beautiful and meant for people who want to ride. It tops our list as a most-requested used Harley in Las Vegas for many reasons. Here are a few:
Milwaukee 8 Engine. This was a new feature added to the 2017 version. It’s a 117-cubic-inch engine ready to be revved up. This limited edition also features a twin-cooled engine and a lower torque not available with previous models.
New Clutch System. 2017 was the first year the new clutch was introduced, making this a highly sought-after bike.
2017 Suspension. Highly functional and built for great rides, the suspension on the FLHTK Ultra Limited stands out against comparable options.
Voice-Command Capabilities. The FLHTK Ultra Limited allows you to connect your full-face or three-quarter helmet with the simple click of a cord. Once you’re connected, you can easily make Bluetooth phone calls, voice-command your GPS and tell your bike what kind of music you want to hear.
12v Charging Adapter. The built-in 12-volt charger will make sure your phone, laptop or other electronic devices are ready for use once your ride comes to an end.
Outstanding Security System. Direct from the factory, this bike features button-less key fobs, which function on proximity.
The FLHTK Ultra Limited series is Harley engineering at its best. Coolant is built directly into the lower leg fairings, which helps to reduce the amount of heat radiating onto the rider. At the turn of a dial, you can instantly warm your hands if you’re riding in the early morning with heated grips. Or turn them off completely when you’re ready to hit the road in the afternoon.
The FLHTK Ultra Limited’s Unbeatable Gas Mileage
This bike is beautiful, fast and efficient. When people ask about a used Harley, they’re often concerned with gas mileage and efficiency, as well as comfort. This bike has it all. With a six-gallon tank, you can go anywhere from 180 to 200 miles before you have to fill up.
If you’re in the market for a used Harley in Las Vegas, contact us today at 888-218-0744 to learn more about our extensive inventory or stop by our showroom to take a test drive!
Over the years, our Harley-Davidson dealership has seen some pretty incredible innovations come from our favorite bike brand, but the Milwaukee-Eight Big Twin Engine has managed to make it to the top of the list pretty quickly!
There was a lot of buzz around this new powertrain when Harley unveiled the innovation with the announcement of the changes for the 2017 models. Every Harley-Davidson dealer around the country was excited to get their hands on this powerful new engine, and the excitement didn’t disappoint.
About the Milwaukee-Eight Big Twin Engine
True to the Harley brand, the Milwaukee-Eight packs a powerful punch. At 107 or 114 cubic inches, this ninth-generation engine will likely propel the foundation of Harleys for years to come. Offering intensified performance, you can expect to hit speeds two to three bike-lengths faster than the old 103 ci motors with the Milwaukee-Eight.
The engineering that went into creating this engine produces less mechanical noise, which creates a more enjoyable ride all around. Rest assured, however, the signature roar of the exhaust everybody associates with Harley hasn’t gone anywhere.
What’s Different About the Milwaukee-Eight?
The short answer: everything. Harley redesigned its engine from the ground up. The Milwaukee-Eight features brand new:
Two spark plugs per cylinder
Enhanced charging system (produces 50% more power)
It’s a single-cam, chain-driven engine, which is a big difference from prior models’ twin-cam engines. This model has a total of eight valves, hence the name. The cooling system received a major overhaul as well. The Milwaukee-Eight operates with a combination of air- and water-cooling. The new design changes the way water is fed to the water pump and thermostat by taking the water lines around the exhaust ports and heads.
There are a few features that resemble Harley engines of the past. For example, some people say the rocker box covers pay homage to the old Knucklehead. You’ll also still find hydraulic lifters and the traditional pushrod system.
The Milwaukee-Eight Big Twin Engine is a marvel best understood in person. Stop by our Las Vegas Harley-Davidson dealership and take a look for yourself. Schedule your test ride today!
Have you been to Las Vegas Harley-Davidson’s Construction Appreciation Happy Hour? There’s plenty of beer, bikes and fun! Harley Happy Hour offers something for everyone, and we invite all members of the construction industry to attend. Don’t forget to bring your construction badge along with you.
What to Expect at Harley Happy Hour
Satisfy your appetite with delicious food and beer while listening to a live DJ. There will be games to play and lots of giveaways to enter. And did we mention the Las Vegas FC Lights players may be there?
Not only will there be food, fun and entertainment, there’s going to be lots of awesome bikes to check out too. Our showroom boasts one of the largest inventories of some of the best bikes on the market today. While you enjoy the happy hour festivities, be sure to take a look at some of the newest bikes we have out on the floor – like the 2018 Harley-Davidson FXLR Softail Low Rider or the 2018 Harley-Davidson XL1200CX Roadster. Stop by and find out just what makes these bikes so spectacular. We also sell a wide variety of Las Vegas gear, including Vegas Strong, LV Lights FC and Vegas Golden Knights apparel.
Are you excited for the next Harley Happy Hour? Las Vegas Harley-Davidson is located between Sunset and Russell at 5191 S. Las Vegas Blvd, on the Strip. For more information on this exciting event, contact us at 888-218-0744.
The 2018 Harley-Davidson FXLR Softail Low Rider (23889) has all the capabilities of a rigid frame, with suspension where it matters. Get a longer, more comfortable ride without sacrificing performance.
On the exterior, the 2018 Softail Low Rider has the appearance of a hardtail low rider. The newest version of Harley-Davidson’s Milwaukee-Eight features dual counter-balancers that cancel primary vibrations and let the engine be rigid-mounted to the frame. The result is a stiffer chassis that handles better, not to mention an engine that can reach 60 miles per hour in 10 percent less time than its predecessor.
Under the tail, however, there’s a suspension that smooths over those bumps you’ll hit in the road. Thanks to the suspension, this bike is a perfect cruiser, great for long commutes or road trips. The 2018 Softail Low Rider has had the full 5,000-mile service performed and is ready for the road.
There’s a reason the word “custom” is in the name of the Sportster 1200 Custom model. It’s the bike for those who put a premium on making a personal statement. Now the attitude gets pushed to a new black-and-chrome edge. The 1200 Evolution V-Twin engine features black rocker box covers, a new black chrome oval air cleaner cover, and a black-and-chrome timer cover. Set against all that: a chrome shorty dual exhaust. There are blacked-out and chrome details everywhere. And new bold, fast graphics with a racing stripe on the tank. We’ve taken it a long way. Now it’s your turn to take it even farther.
You’ll find the Roadster model sitting at the intersection of adrenaline and garage-built custom style. Its performance package includes 43mm inverted front forks, dual disc brakes, adjustable rear suspension and a speedo with tach. You get a chopped rear fender and a side mount license plate (U.S. only) to complement its iconic tank. The riding position is aggressive yet comfortable, thanks to the two-up seat, mid-mount controls, lowered bars, and 19-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels. Turn the 1200cc Evolution engine loose at the nearest green light.