Video Review: 2020 Harley-Davidson Softail FXLRS Low Rider S
With inverted forks, more suspension travel, steeper lean angle, bigger brakes, cosmetic and ergonomic enhancements and a 114 Milwaukee-Eight motor, the Low Rider S Softail offers an agile, exciting cruiser ride. Here’s our video review. Written review coming.
For the full range of options and pricing on the Low Rider S, including information on upgrades and customisation as well as finance, visit Harley-Davidson Australia’s Low Rider S site section here.
2020 Harley Davidson FXLRS Low Rider S Specifications
Price: From $27,995 + ORC
Warranty: Two-years unlimited km
Service: 1600km then every 8000km
Claimed Fuel Consumption: 5.6L/100km
Claimed Power: N/A
Claimed Torque: 155Nm[114lbs-ft]@3000rpm
Wet Weight: 308kg
Fuel capacity: 18.9L
Engine: Air-cooled Milwaukee-Eight 114 V-Twin, 1868cc (114 cu. in.), 102 x 114mm bore x stroke, 10.5:1 compression ratio, ESPFI, two-into-two exhaust
Gearbox: Primary drive: 34/46. Six-speed ratios – 1st: 9.311, 6.454, 4.793, 3.882, 3.307, 6th: 2.79 Final Belt 32/66
Clutch: Wet multi-plate, cable actuation
Chassis: Mild steel tubular frame, rectangular section backbone, stamped – cast and forged junctions, MiG welded, alloy fender supports
Suspension: 43mm inverted forks, 130mm travel, Monoshock rear end with remote preload adjustment, 86mm travel.
Brakes: 300mm rotors, Four-piston fixed calipers (f), 292mm rotor, two-piston floating caliper (r), ABS
Wheels & Tyres: Dark bronze radiate cast aluminium wheels, 110/90B19,62H,BW (f), 180/70B16,77H,BW (r), Michelin Scorcher
Seat height: 690mm
Ground clearance: 120mm
Overall Length: 2425mm
Instruments: Multi-function analogue and digital LCD displays, tank mounted.
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The Verdict | Video Review: 2020 Harley-Davidson Softail FXLRS Low Rider S
The latest Harley-Davidson Low Rider S offers nimble steering, upgraded suspension and engine, ergonomic and cosmetic enhancements and much more over the standard Low Rider. Here’s our video review…