Harley Davidson Recalls Over 200,000 Bikes Over Faulty Mechanism
Over 200,000 Harley Davidson Motorcycles are being recalled after complaints surfaced involving the clutch in certain models.
According to a report by The USA Today, Harley Davidson Motorcycles are recalling more than 230,000 bikes worldwide due to faulty clutches. The models effected are all 2017-2018 Trike and CVOs. Select 2017 Softails were also listed in the recall.
The recall is expected to cost Harley Davidson roughly $35 million. Harley Davidson has recalled bikes based on clutch issues four times since 2013.