The American Muscle: Harley Davidson Motorcycles

Harley Davidson, popularly known as Harley, is an American motorcycle manufacturing company, which was founded in the year 1903 in the United States of America. It is one of the most popular motorcycle manufacturers in the world. Owning a Harley holds a sense of pride and achievement for its owner in today’s date.

Harley Davidson has been manufacturing motorcycles for over 114 years now and has crossed several phases of economic depressions and various wars including both the world wars and has not only survived but been a part of them all. It has become a prestigious company in today’s date and time and every motorcycle enthusiast aims to ride this motorcycle at least once or already has done so.

Harley Davidson’s Entry into The Motorcycle Market

Harley Davidson commenced doing business in the year 1903. The first time Harley Davidson sold three out of the five cars they had built. The deal was closed by a dealer from Chicago. Currently, Harley Davidson manufactures bikes that belong to either of the 6 different platforms namely V-Rod, Sportster, Softail, Dyna, Street and Touring.  A buyer can also choose to have a limited edition customized version of Harley’s stock models.

Where to buy a Harley Davidson Motorcycle

Harley Davidson has about 1500 dealership facilities spread across the globe. USA alone is home to 857 dealerships. Apart from these authorized dealers, one can buy used Harley Davidson for sale on several websites and from several second-hand dealers across various cities.

How much does a Harley Davidson Motorcycle Cost?

The entry-level motorcycle for Harley Davidson, the Street 750 costs about USD 80,010 but some of the most iconic motorcycles such as the Fat Boy and Heritage Softail Classic can cost about USD 29,000. The most expensive motorcycle offered by Harley Davidson is the CYO Limited, which costs about USD 84,000. The price of a used Harley Davidson can begin at USD 6,000 and go up to USD 26000. Harley Davidsons are not cheap and are more expensive than most of its competition but the experience of owning a Harley Davidson makes it worth the price paid.