Harley issues recall for motorcycles with ignition switch defect, AP says Harley-Davidson is issuing a recall for over 3,300 FXDL Dyna Low Rider motorcycles due to the fact that the bike's engine vibration could potentially turn the ignition switches from "run" to "accessory, " reported the Associated Press. The recall relates to bikes from the 2014 half model year and the firm noted that no crashes or injuries have been linked to the defect. Reference Link
Harley-Davidson management is too optimistic on a recovery, says Barclays Barclays analyst Felicia R. Hendrix believes Harley-Davidson's management is too optimistic near-term on a recovery. Hendrix said used bikes continues to outpace new sales, recent product launches have generated lower than expected "mindshare" among core customers. and competition is growing their presence. The analyst recommends stating on the sidelines until Harley-Davidson can demonstrate sustainable growth.