2015 – 2017 Harley-Davidson SuperLow Review

The SuperLow line carries few changes into the ’17 model year, and for the most part can be considered a direct carryover from 2016. Powered by the 883 cc Evolution engine, the XL 883L delivers modest performance and nimble handling. The slammed suspension puts the rider’s butt close to the ground where even the shortest inseams can feel confident and in control with both feet down flat. While this ride isn’t quite as entry level as the Street 500/750, it is the smallest of  Harley-Davidson’s traditional designs and typically serves as a trainer bike for folks interested in air-cooled cruisers.


No matter what changes get made for individual models, all Sportster models come with Harley’s narrowest frame and front end, just as they have since the K-model introduced Harley’s little sportbike to the world back in the early ’50s.

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