Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black

  • Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black
Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black
Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black
Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black
Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black
Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black
Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black
Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black

Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black

Owner : 1

Year : 2015

Kms : 9000

Color : Carbon Black

Exhaust : Chrome, straggered shortly exhaust with dual mufflers

 

Accessories: Worth 2L

Sun dawner seat

Foot peg

HD petrol knob

Leg guard

Back rest

VIP Number

 

Engine : Air-cooled, Evolution

Valves : Pushrod-operated, overhead valves with hydraulic, self-adjusting lifters; two-valves per cylinder

Bore x stroke : 3 x 3.811 inches

Displacement : 53.9 cubic inches (883 cc)

Compression ratio : 9: 1

Fuel System : Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)

Air Cleaner : Paper cartridge type

Lubrication System : Dry-sump

Battery : Sealed lead acid, maintenance-free, 12V, 12 amp/hour, 200 cca

Starting : 1.2 kW electric with solenoid shift starter motor engagement

Torque : 53.8 ft. lbs. @ 3750 RPM

Front wheel : 19 inches x 2.15 inches (483 mm x 55 mm)

Rear wheel : 16 inches x 3 inches (406 mm x 76 mm)

₹500000

Harley Davidson Iron 883 Model 2015 Black

Harley-Davidson adds to its extensive ’small bike’ family with the 2015 Iron 883. With roots going all the way back through earlier XL models to the 1950’s K-Model, the Iron has a top-notch pedigree with plenty of modern features to keep it relevant in the current entry-level market. To me, this is yet another example of how the factory tends to look back to established traditions while pushing forward into new technology and ever-increasing customer expectations.

Both the front and rear suspensions are slammed down to their practical limits, leaving the bike with a low laden seat height (for a Sporty) of a mere 25.7 inches. This low seat height, coupled with the drag bars and mid-mount controls, creates a compact rider triangle that is sure to suit all but the shortest (or tallest) riders. The blacked-out, 13-spoke wheels mount Michelin Scorcher tires that use cutting-edge synthetic polymers to provide both grip and durability – which are usually mutually exclusive – and the tread design provides excellent water evacuation for those non-fair-weather riders who aren’t put off by a little inclement weather. A single caliper front and rear handles the braking duties, and while I prefer dual brakes up front, the bike weighs a mere 562 pounds (plus rider) so this brake arrangement is sufficient to keep you safe, and it leaves a fairly unimpeded view of the front wheel. In addition, the optional ABS keeps you confident in all braking situations.