Harley-Davidson FXDR 114 in Malaysia – RM122,500

The 2019 Harley-Davidson FXDR 114 has arrived in Malaysia, the tenth model to be introduced from the brand’s Softail range. Priced at RM122,500, customers who register the FXDR 114 before November 30 will additionally receive a Screamin’ Eagle titanium exhaust muffler and a general merchandise voucher worth RM4,200.

The heart of the 2019 FXDR 114 is the Milwaukee-Eight 114 four-valve V-twin displacing 1,868 cc, producing 158 Nm according to Harley-Davidson; this is mated to a six-speed transmission. Laden seat height is 704 mm while unladen seat height is 724 mm, according to the company, with fuel capacity at 16.7 litres.

Technical updates to the FXDR 114 include use of composite materials to reduce weight, as well as an aluminium swingarm which weighs 6.25 kg; a 4.62 kg reduction over the previous, steel Softail item. A welded aluminium tubing subframe clothed in a composite tail section saves a further 3.2 kg. All in, the quoted weight for the 2019 FXDR 114 is 303 kg, in running order.

Rolling stock is comprised of a 19-inch front wheel with a 120-section tyre, while at the rear is an 18-inch item shod with a 240-section tyre. Suspension is by 43 mm-diameter, upside down forks in front, while the rear is via a monoshock with preload adjustment. Brakes are 300 mm fixed discs with twin four-piston calipers, while the uses a single floating disc with two-piston caliper; ABS is standard on the 2019 FXDR 114.

The FXDR 114 now gets LED lighting all round, including a Daymaker LED headlamp with LED halo, LED tail lights and LED indicators. For convenience, keyless ignition is included, as are the Harley-Davidson Smart Security System and a USB charging port as standard, and instrumentation is via a 5.4 cm LCD display.

The 2019 FXDR 114 can be had in Vivid Black, Black Denim, Industrial Gray Denim, Wicked Red Denim, Bonneville Salt Denim, and Rawhide Denim, available from all four Harley-Davidson outlets in Malaysia, located in Petaling Jaya, Penang, Melaka and Kuala Lumpur.

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