2016 Harley-Davidson® XL1200T - SuperLow® 1200T

U448178


Price: $10,990

Just arrived. If ever a motorcycle could turn a trip to the corner store into a cross-country trek, the SuperLow 1200T model is the one. Pricing includes detachable windshield, lockable saddlebags and passenger backrest. Available for delivery.



2016 Harley-Davidson® XL1200T - SuperLow® 1200T

Price
$10,990
Condition
Preowned Vehicle
Stock Number
U448178
Year
2016
Make
Harley-Davidson®
Model
XL1200T - SuperLow® 1200T
Family
Dyna®
Color
Black Quartz
Engine
Evolution® 1200
Looks Great & Rides Even Better

2016 Harley-Davidson® Sportster® SuperLow® 1200T

You've never seen so many big touring features packed into such a light, easy-handling machine.

The pavement doesn’t stop at the city limits.

If ever a motorcycle could turn a trip to the corner store into a cross-country trek, the SuperLow® 1200T model is the one. You’ve got a light, nimble frame for easy handling. Detachable windshield and lockable saddlebags for the open road. A new seat for all-day comfort. And a low center of gravity coupled with an all-new suspension that lets you eat tight city traffic and twisting miles of highway with equal ease. Fire it up. See where it takes you.

Features May Include:

  • Authentic Styling

When the first Sportster motorcycle roared onto the scene in 1957 the world had never seen anything like it. Rawboned, powerful and looking for action. The styling cues that lit up the street in those early years would soon become a part of everything from race bikes to outlaw choppers as they spread throughout the motorcycling world. Take a look at the offering for 2016 and one thing becomes instantly clear. The best way to get the style that made the Sportster motorcycle famous is to get a Sportster motorcycle of your own. The narrow frame is more agile than ever. The rumbling V-Twin and muscular front end feel more powerful than ever. The flawless steel and jewel-like fuel tank reveal their authentic American motorcycle roots in every inch of detail.

  • Iconic Engine

The Evolution engine riding in the nimble Sportster frame is a prime example of the power, durability and proven reliability The Motor Company was built on. Born from the legendary Shovelhead and Ironhead engines, it’s been the power at the center of a Sportster motorcycle since 1984. Its overhead valve design and four-cam gear train have their roots in the company’s race program, and you know it when you feel the surge of brute torque that accompanies every twist of the throttle. The air-cooled V-Twin design with a compact one-piece crankcase/transmission fits the narrow Sportster profile like a fist in a fingerless glove. We began with a strong, trouble-free design. Then gave it constant refinement to bring us to the modern powerplant of today. A testament to the unwavering hunger for advancement in motor technology that has always driven Harley-Davidson.

  • Technology

What the eye sees and the rider feels on a Sportster motorcycle goes deep beneath the surface. Which is where you’ll find some our latest technology hard at work. The immaculate styling is due in part to an integrated electrical system that reduces wiring harnesses, switches, relays and fuses. The new seats throughout the Sportster line are built out of 21 century materials to feel plush and look minimalist at the same time. The new suspension systems are a marvel, with cartridge damping up front and an adjustable cartridge emulsion system in back. The one thing you won’t find on a Sportster motorcycle is any gizmos. Technology is there for one reason and one reason only. To make the motorcycle even more honest, enduring and satisfying for the rider.

  • Handling

The street is the home turf of the Sportster motorcycle, and a narrow, agile frame wrapped around a strong V-Twin engine has always been its calling card. To see how far we’ve taken this basic equation, get in the saddle of any 2016 Sportster model.

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On a cross country trip the water pump on my 2016 Road Glide failed. I was just outside Reno, NV and I called Colonial Harley and spoke to Dave in the service department. I was told I could safely continue riding. I stopped in Grand Island, NE and had the water pump replaced. After having the pump replaced whenever I shut the bike down it would push coolant out the overflow. I called Colonial again and Dave advised to check the radiator cap. Sure enough it was not fully secured. I tightened the cap, stopped at a Harley dealer in Indiana and topped off the coolant and pressed on. It is truly reassuring to know that when you need help you can call and get dedicated, knowledgeable people that can and will give you the help you need. The folks in Service at Colonial know Harley's! Everyone at Colonial from MotorClothes, Parts, Sales and Service are knowledgeable, helpful, and dedicated to getting it right when helping you. If you're considering buying a bike, riding gear, parts for your bike or having it worked on, Colonial Harley is the only place I would recommend.

Bob F, Dunnsville, VA