It’s early, but Harley expects motorcycle revenue to grow up to 7% this year

The limited-edition, CVO Road Glide Limited Anniversary model. Image courtesy of Harley-Davidson.

Last updated on February 8th, 2023 at 05:52 pmHarley-Davidson Inc. is forecasting its motorcycle business will see revenue grow 4% to 7% this year, but chief executive officer Jochen Zeitz says it is too early to know how consumer demand will play out amid economic uncertainty. “Time will tell,” Zeitz said on the company’s earnings

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