Today at the 2013 Daytona Bike Week, Florida, Harley-Davidson is introducing its new Breakout motorcycle. The 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout is a premium model in its segment, and like the the 2013 CVO (Custom Vehicle Operation) version which was unveiled this past summer, this OE (Original Equipment) version also offers low and muscular profile.
The main difference between the EO and CVO model is the engine. The 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout is powered by Harley-Davidson‘s 103B counter-balanced V-Twin engine producing 95.5 ft. lbs. of torque rather than the CVO version’s larger Twin Cam 110B Screamin’ Eagle engine. Its 103B engine is connected to a 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission, and features Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) and Automatic Compression Release (ACR).
The Breakout features a low-slung design with thick forks, chopped fenders, drag-style handlebar, shaved-fuel tank console, 24.7-inch seat, new 10-spoke cast-aluminum Gasser wheel, and a 240mm rear tire.
The 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout is available with ABS and the Harley-Davidson’s security system as a factory-installed option. The 2013 Breakout’s suggested retail price is $17,899 in Vivid Black, and $18,299 in either Big Blue Pearl or Ember Red Sunglo.