Harley-Davidson Pan 1250 Gets Features Updated For MY 2022
Harley-Davidson has revealed the Pan America 1250 for the 2022 model year, along with some updates. The first and most noticeable change is the new colour scheme. Fastback Blue/White Sand is the name of the new colour. Other changes include a new layout for the TFT screen, which makes it easier to read. The Hill Hold function on the Pan America 1250 has been updated so that it can hold a bike for more than 10 seconds. Aside from that, the bike’s mechanical components remain unchanged.
The Harley-Davidson Pan 1250 is powered by an all-new Revolution Max 1250 engine, a liquid-cooled V-Twin that produces 150PS at 9,000rpm and 128 Nm of torque at 6,750rpm, and is mated to a six-speed transmission with a slipper clutch. The claimed overall fuel economy figure for this engine is 21kmpl. The Pan America has several ride modes, including Road, Sport, Rain, Off-Road, and Off-Road Plus, with each mode containing a unique combination of power delivery, engine braking, Cornering Enhanced Anti Lock Braking System (C-ABS), and Cornering Enhanced Traction Control System (C-TCS).
All of this is accessible via the tiltable 6.8-inch instrument cluster (for standing up riding). However, once the bike starts moving, the touch controls will be disabled. The switchgear is then used to change the settings. The Harley-Davidson Pan 1250 pan America is equipped with Show suspension, which includes 47mm BFF forks up front and a piggyback mono-shock in the rear. Preload, compression, and rebound are all adjustable in this setup.
The Special model includes a semi-active unit that adjusts the damping, riding style, and road conditions automatically. The Special trim level adds a centre stand, a multi-position rear brake pedal that can be adjusted to the riding position (standing or seated), a steering damper, a skid plate, a brush guard, heated grips, handguards, an adaptive headlight, a tyre pressure monitoring system, and semi-active front and rear suspension with vehicle load control to the list of features.
The rear suspension is electronically controlled and has five settings for increased or decreased stiffness. Harley-Davidson collaborated with Brembo to create a unique set of four-piston callipers that complement the Pan’s “sharper edges and softer curves.” The front wheel has two 320mm discs, while the rear wheel has a single 280mm disc.