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Harley-Davidson's 2022 CVO models, from least to most expensive

Jan 27, 2022

Along with the new Road Glide ST, Street Glide ST, Low Rider ST, and Low Rider S models, Harley-Davidson also released 2022 CVO (Custom Vehicle Operations) models during yesterday’s new product launch.

Here are the new CVOs, ranked by price. All of the new CVO models feature Harley-Davidson’s Milwaukee-Eight 117 engine, the largest stock engine in their range. They also carry over the same rider aid suite found on last year’s models.

In addition to having the most bells, whistles, and cubic inches of the production Harley-Davidson world, CVO models are renowned for their paintwork. Looks like flames are back on the menu!

2022 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide
Flames are back for the 2022s. Harley-Davidson photo.

2022 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide ($41,899)

The CVO Street Glide is Harley’s highest trim for this iconic model. Premium touches for this luxo-bagger include a Daymaker adaptive headlight, Fugitive custom wheels, a Screamin’ Eagle Heavy Breather intake, and Rockford Fosgate Stage II audio. Yes, even Harley’s audio packages have stages. New paint options include Hightail Yellow Pearl/Black Hole with Lightning Silver Two-Tone, Envious Green with Black Hole Fade with Flame Pattern, and Blue Steel. 

2022 Harley-Davidson CVO Road Glide
Here's the ol' "Wicked Orange Pearl/Black Hole with Lightning Silver Two-Tone." Contrasty! Harley-Davidson photo.

2022 Harley-Davidson CVO Road Glide ($41,899)

If you prefer your opulence with two headlights and a fixed fairing, the CVO Road Glide is the same price as the Street Glide. The 21-inch front wheel and 18-inch rear wheel use an exclusive laced design. In fact, it’s the only 21-inch front wheel option on any Harley Touring model, which should resonate well with the custom bagger crowd. Harley throws most of the accessories catalog at these bikes, plus a Fang front spoiler and upgraded intake. Paint options are Wicked Orange Pearl/Black Hole with Lightning Silver Two-Tone, Envious Green with Black Hole Fade with Flame Pattern, and Blue Steel. 

Harley-Davidson Road Glide Limited
If the CVO luxury is just too much for one person, share it with a pillion. Harley-Davidson photo.

2022 CVO Road Glide Limited ($44,899)

The CVO Road Glide Limited adds passenger accommodations, a top box, and $3,000 to the CVO Road Glide’s price tag. Harley-Davidson advertises the Limited as their ultimate touring machine. The heated seat even offers dual-zone rider/passenger control. Tomahawk custom wheels combine with three new paint options: Wicked Orange Pearl/Black Hole with Lightning Silver Two-Tone, Hightail Yellow Pearl/Black Hole with Lightning Silver Two-Tone, and Dante’s Red with Dante’s Black Sunglo Fade Flame Pattern. 

Harley-Davidson Tri Glide CVO
The most wheels, the most dollars. Harley-Davidson photo.

2022 Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide ($49,999)

The most expensive CVO in Harley’s lineup is, once again, the Tri Glide. For reference, the average price of a new car in the United States during December was $47,077… The Tri Glide platform is trike through and through, not a converted motorcycle, and Harley equips these tourers with all the features they can fit: Tomahawk Contrast Cut cast aluminum wheels, Rockford Fosgate Stage I audio, dual-zone heated seating, and extensive LED lighting. The CVO Tri Glide is available in Dante’s Red with Dante’s Black Sunglo Fade Flame Pattern.

See the entire CVO range here on Harley's site.