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Have heard a rumor here and there that HD will drop V-rod line due to poor sales. Anyone out there have any good intel in this rumor?
If sales are down that far, that is aproblem for Harley. Is that VRSCA salesor B, or combined? How are they doing Overseas compared to the US?adamsg said:First quarter sales were down almost 50% from last year, while every other HD bike catagory went up. I cant figure out why such a huge drop. What are the V-rod's compitition? Warrior, Vegas? Those sales have to be going somewhere. It would be a drag if the V fell by the wayside and really became the stepchild. Of course I would still love it. I just dont see how it cant be selling when everyone that sees mine says how great it looks, and as we all know the ride is awesome.
You bring up some very good points.ErVikingo said:What about telling their dealers to cut the crap...
I second that. This is my first HD.....vroddrew said:If the goal of the V-Rod was to attract new customers, then I think it has been extremely effective..
Thats For Sure!I think it's a Statis Bike for Harley!It's the Baddest"Style/Power" Cruzer on the Planet!Now with a Pro Stock Win and a Soon to be AMA Pro Star Championship"Come on Jamie!"The V-rod is the Flagship of Performance for Harley Davidson! :notworth: They make their money on the Baggers and Such> :2cents:ErVikingo said:I'm one of them Drew. Amen!