Indian motorcycleshold their valueas well as any other bike, providing they鈥檙e regularly maintained, have been appropriately stored, were ridden reasonably, and have never been involved in a collision or sustained damage due to being dropped.
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How well do motorcycles hold their value?
The worst retained values were for minibikes which dropped to 47% and 27% by the fifth year and scooters (50-29%). The best-performing motorcycle was the Harley-Davidson CVO Ultra Limited which retained 78% of its value in the first year, dropping to 61% in five years or a massive 100,000km.
Does Indian Motorcycle have its own Harley-Davidson problem?
That has allowed it to steal market share from Harley, whose sales often contracted at similar percentages. Yet with Polaris’ third-quarter earnings report released last month, investors may have to accept that Indian Motorcycle now has its own Harley-Davidson problem.
Is India鈥檚 motorcycle sales spiraling down?
What we do know is that despite double- and even triple-digit sales growth early on, Indian Motorcycle sales are now quickly spiraling down.
Which motorcycles have the best retained value?
The best-performing motorcycle was the Harley-Davidson CVO Ultra Limited which retained 78% of its value in the first year, dropping to 61% in five years or a massive 100,000km. Together with the high retained value for cruisers, is it any wonder Harley-Davidson has the highest brand retained value at 77% reducing to 60% in five years?