The 2012 Harley-Davidson Superlow is targeted to women with it’s low-slung seat height, just 26.8in.
- While the 2012 Harley-Davidson Superlow didn't "haul-ass" it was a comptent contender in the cruiser line-up.
- Some testers felt the Superlow's foot pegs were too far back.
- The Superlow posted the best braking results from 60mph-0 at 128.7 feet.
- 2012 Harley-Davidson Superlow was our runner up in the engine, torque and 0-60 tests.
- Our testers felt more braking power come from the rear brake.
- Some testers felt the 2012 Harley-Davidson Superlow didn't sound like a traditional Harley, emitting a "soft growl." At high RPM though the vibration makes the mirrors blurry.
- Long rides might prove difficult on the Superlow for those who don't want a stiff, bumpy ride.
- The simple spedomoeter adds to the Superlow's clean look.
- Our testers felt the Superlow had premature limits on power output in each gear.
- Our testers felt the Superlow was easy to handle and responded well to rider input.
- Testers felt that the Superlow offered the most upright riding position of all the bikes they tested.
- The 2012 Harley-Davidson Superlow proved to have plenty of power from top to bottom.
- The 2012 Harley-Davidson Superlow was the second lightest bike in our test.
- The Superlow accomodates shorter riders, as its name would suggest.
- While the Superlow was deemed easy to handle, it did provide a bumpier ride than some of our testers would have liked.
- The 2012 Harley-Davidson Superlow is one of the many Sportsters Harley has produced over the years.
- One of our testers felt that the Harley-Davidson Superlow's front brakes were a bit less responsive than the other bikes and that she had to "get on it to make it work well." Safety was never felt to be an issue though.