Harley Davidson Iron 883 Price, Reviews, Spec, Photos, Mileage … @MotorPlace

Harley Davidson Iron 883 

Harley- Davidson is an iconic brand that invokes memories of powerful engines, wide open highways, the wind in your face and mile munching in total and absolute glorious freedom on 2 wheels. Founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1903 this legendary manufacturer has kept the spirit of American motorcycling alive with its pathbreaking products.

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The Iron 883 is a raw, stripped-down, aggressive bike that gives the rider an authentic, throwback riding experience, and at a very aggressive price point.

Displacement883 cc
Maximum Power49.97 BHP @ 5750 rpm
Maximum Torque69 Nm @ 3750 rpm
No. of Cylinders2
No. of Gears5
Seat Height775 mm
Ground Clearance140 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight255 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity12.50 litersharley-davidson-iron-883x
Top Speed170 kph

The Iron 883 sticks to the Sportster philosophy and gets an unadulterated and clutter-free design. The peanut-shaped tank gets a clean design with the manufacturer’s name in bold lettering. With a blacked-out exhaust, frame, and wheels, the use of chrome has been kept to a bare minimum. The front-biased riding stance also complements the Iron 883’s sporty character. It gets an LCD display in the instrument cluster which shows the gear position, revs, and other details. A switch facilitates scrolling through the menu on the display.

As the name suggests, the Iron 883 is powered by an 883cc V-twin engine, which produces 50bhp and 69Nm of torque. A part of the Evolution family of engines, this air-cooled engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox that transmits the power to the rear wheel through a belt drive. Built around a tubular steel frame, the Iron 883 rides on conventional telescopic front forks and dual springs at the rear.

The Iron 883 is available in three vivid paint schemes – olive gold, charcoal denim and black denim. It competes with other middleweight motorcycles like the Triumph Street Twin, Suzuki Intruder M800, and the Hyosung ST7.

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