Harley-Davidson the popular American automobile maker and the company offers premium motorcycles, it operates in the market of India for a long time and now we are getting a new piece of information which suggests that the American motorcycle brand is planning to exit the world’s largest motorcycle market. There is no official confirmation about the same but the report is saying that the company already started to talk with other brands to work for them. So, without making any further delay let’s get into the article to check out all the available information about the popular brand.
According to a media report, Harley-Davidson is planning to leave the market of India and the reason behind that is poor sales as well as the weak future demand. The company is operating in the country for a long period of time but now it faces very low sales and this makes them to think leaving the country but it doesn’t mean that the company will not launch its new bike in India.
The report also says that Harley-Davidson is talking with other brands through consultants for a possible outsourcing arrangement using its leased assembly facility and the same is located at Bawal in Haryana.
Its worth to mention that the company started to lose its grip after being the leading premium motorcycle brand in the country for several years and the company sold less than 2600 units of its popular bikes in last financial year. Harley-Davidson has also offered heavy discounts for the best selling models Street 750 and Street Rod and the same showcased worst performing international markets.
So, let’s wait for the official announcement of the company and we would like to know your opinion about the same in the comments section below. We recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the world of automobiles at your fingertips.
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