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2018 Harley Davidson XG750

$6,290

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DESCRIPTION
  • Year 2018
  • Make Harley Davidson
  • Model XG750
  • Engine 750cc
  • Mileage 1343
  • VIN Number 1HD4NBB15JC508645
  • Exterior Color Red
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Mint 2018 Harley-Davidson XG750 Street, it has 1343 miles, garage kept, it runs great and has clean title. No scratches or dents, great tires, HD original removable backrest and fresh oil change! Must see!

  • Backrest
  • Extra Seat

The Street 750 are the stripped-down models in Harley’s Dark Custom line, so the word of the day is black. The blacked-out front end includes black fork gators and lowers as well as the pullback handlebars. In the mid-section and rear, the blacked-out engine, air cleaner and exhaust continue the Dark Custom theme, which runs uninterrupted from the minimalist front fender to the LED tail light and mini-bullet turn signals in the rear. In fact, the factory says this was the first all-black exhaust on a Harley since the since the 1970’s, when the blacked-out pipes debuted on the original Café Racer.Instrumentation is basic.

Harley mounted a 3.5-inch electronic speedometer on the handlebars that gives you an odometer, trip meter and LED indicators. They also added a coolant temp warning light. That’s it: no-frills basic instrumentation.Light with a low center of gravity, the Streets don’t require much upper body strength to lift off the jiffy stand. Add to that a seat height of 28 inches and you have a bike very suitable for folks who may be a bit height-challenged as well as folks who don’t want to wrestle with a bigger, heavier bike.  Slightly forward mid-mount controls give you a relaxed posture and keep your feet at the ready to deploy when stopped, something you do a lot of when riding around town.Passenger-friendly, the Streets come with a two-up seat and passenger footpegs. It’s not the seat I’d want to sit on cruising up the highway, but for the intended purpose, it’s fine.

The Streets have an improved Neutral switch to save you that fiasco. Second noteworthy feature is the ergonomic brake and clutch lever designed to save your hands. Remember these are around-town bikes — a bar hopper or café racer — so at every stop sign and red light, you’re squeezing those levers. Your hands don’t get a break as they would when you’re steady cruising up the highway. The ergonomic levers save your palms.The third feature I want to point out is the easy lock-to-lock sweep of the handlebars.

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