No Mis-Print here, ONLY 2,069 MILES!!!! Get all the premium features, starting with a monstrous, Twin-Cooled, Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine with 121 stump-pulling pound-feet of torque that comes on fully at 3,250 rpm, an all-new BOOM! Box GTS infotainment system and enough storage space so you can pack enough to go for a good, long time. Harley Davidson has released its 2019 lineup, and it looks like the newly revamped TriGlide Ultra is the hot ticket to debut all the new tech to come out of Milwaukee this year. The TriGlide combines the stability of a traditional trike platform with all the same tour-tastic goodies that makes H-D’s two-wheeler tourbikes such a success. New this year, an updated infotainment system gives you better touchscreen performance along with better sound system options, but the real performance boost lies in the engine area as Harley beefed up its already massive mill. Attention was paid to the suspension components as well to make this generation of trike smoother than ever before, so as you can see, the MoCo did its homework and gave the people exactly what they want, and more of it. A projector-style cyclops headlight rides recessed at the entry of the Batwing fairing with a vent just above that helps reduce the head-buffet effect where the slipstream meets the pocket behind the glass. Inside the fairing, a quartet of gauges displays the pertinents, and the new Boom! Box GTS system handles the rest. Pipe your tunes in wirelessly and use your mobile phone through the Bluetooth connection, or use the USB port for wired integration. The navigation system can be likewise fed with information and pre-planned routes so you can work out your trips on your PC (or whatever) and plug the data right into your bike. This new system boasts more memory that the previous version and is loads faster with a reduction in boot-up speed from 21 seconds down to 10 seconds and faster route calculation to boot. A set of four speakers surround you with sound from their positions in the Tourpak and inner fairing. A six-gallon tank slopes gently to the deep-scoop saddle that rides at 28.9 inches off the ground with a rise to the pillion throne that doubles as a lumbar support for the rider. The Tourpak comes with a full backrest and arm support for your passenger’s comfort with a total of 6.8 cubic-feet of storage in the rear to allow for well-equipped trips, or at least some serious grocery runs. Also New for 2019, the Showa front suspension runs with dual bending valve technology to deliver a plush ride, and an emulsion-shock system out back to do the same. Dual front brakes provide the bulk of the stopping power with a pair of four-pot anchors up front and a single-piston caliper out back. As usual, Harley slaps on its Linked-Brakes feature, but with one very important diffidence this year: the corner-sensitive ABS that trumps the regular ABS from previous years. Oh, there’s more. Harley has added a traction-control system too!! With only 2,069 miles, this one is like NEW!!!!