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The Forty Eight from Harley Davidson is a factory made bobber from the manufacturer which lures most to the riders who want a customized appeal from their motorcycle. This is a one of its kind motorcycle in its price range, which makes it even more exclusive and special deal to go with. The Forty Eight comes with all the traditional virtues a  Harley Davidson is truly known for. The Forty Eight looks purposeful from the word 'Go'. The design elements and detailing look extremely well and.... Read More

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The Forty Eight from Harley Davidson is a factory made bobber from the manufacturer which lures most to the riders who want a customized appeal from their motorcycle. This is a one of its kind motorcycle in its price range, which makes it even more exclusive and special deal to go with. The Forty Eight comes with all the traditional virtues a  Harley Davidson is truly known for.
The Forty Eight looks purposeful from the word 'Go'. The design elements and detailing look extremely well and seems to be put right in places. The front has a no-nonsense round headlight flanked by round turn indicators with the instrument console sitting up of it, giving it a mean face. The show of side profile is stolen by the typically tapered fuel tank, giving it the required stance. The bike looks long enough, thanks to its long wheelbase. The rear is minimalistic with just a tyre fender at back with the tail light and turn indicators mounted on it. The engine is finished in matte black, whereas the exhausts are given chrome treatment. To enhance the bobber feel, the bike comes with spoke wheels as standard. The rear view mirrors are set below the long and upraised handlebar. The instrument cluster also is just like other simple units of Harley bikes, showcasing just an analog speedometer and a small LCD displaying odometer and trip meter. The overall fit and finish is brilliant and the bike feels rock solid.
The engine powering the Forty Eight is a 4-stroke V-twin 1202cc engine, which is punchy enough to exude 95 Nm of torque out of itself. The motorcycle feels adequately powerful at low revs, with the chunk of performance lying in the upper rev range. This makes the motorcycle fun to be revved, and the 5-speed gearbox makes the utilization of power by the best, sending it to the rear wheel through a belt drive. The motorcycle has the typical exhaust note that all the Harleys are associated with. The power delivery is urgent in the early revs and then goes on in a linear manner till the upper revs.
The Forty Eight, just like every other Harley Davidson, is a full-sized motorcycle and the presence is felt due to its large dimensions. On the handling front, riding the bike is not that easy, especially in the mid chaos of a traffic. The bike with its forward set footpegs and high-set handlebar positioned further, gives the rider a 'pushed-forward' seating position, which due to the massive weight and sheer size of the  motorcycle becomes a ponderous stuff to deal with. Though the bike is a delight to ride on the highway stretches, making it one of the finest options for long rides. The suspension setup of front front telescopic forks and rear coil springs are set on the stiffer side for a more focus on handling, making the ride a bit harsh. The brakes, discs on both the ends, are perfect enough and operate with no issues.
If seen in a nutshell, the Harley Davidson Forty Eight is not a bike for daily usage purposes, or rather should say, commuting. The bike is for those who want to ride off in a style and authority, which the bike has oodles of it. The sheer presence of this bike on roads make it a visual treat, and it's the ride on open stretches is the real true virtue of this bike. Priced below 10 lakhs, it may be Harley Davidson's one of the most affordable bikes, but has all the leisure and riches you can expect from the American legend on wheels. 
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