Harley Davidson is synonymous with style and riders loving it. But the maker seems to have been losing its touch lately. The rider’s favorite brand is recalling more than 100,000 models produced in 2014, back for testing. The company cites issues with its bike’s clutches as a concern and wants them back for proper checks. The recently reported crashes have led the Milwaukee maker to this step and it seems legit as the dealers have to bear the burden for it and replace it for free.
The maker of many sophisticated and classy bikes wants its customers happy at any cost. The increasing faults, complaints and claims pushed the company to look deeper. Many bikes rolled out are proving otherwise and there are increasing warranty claims. The crashes reported in few models and repeated injuries linked to the similar clutch issue in Harley motorcycles caught the company’s attention.
About 100,000 affected bikes are recalled and all the fixes will be done free of cost. Also the flaw will be studied in order to avoid anything like this in the future. Harley Davidson holds full responsibility in this matter and is taking proper action. The motorcycles included in crashes related to the clutch issue are the CVO Road King and the Electra Glide Ultra Classic. All checks like fuel tank leans, brake-lines and clutches will be done and all the issues will be rectified. The servicing of the clutch master cylinders will be done as soon as possible to avoid any further discomfort to the customers.