Costa Rica: Harley-Davidson Closes Operations

Because the company will focus on other markets, starting December 17, it will close the store that was engaged in the marketing of motorcycles and accessories of the American brand Harley-Davidson.

Monday, December 7, 2020

According to information provided by Red Motors, a company that sells motorcycles in the Costa Rican market, the closing of operations is because the brand plans to focus on 50 specific markets, especially in North America, Europe and parts of Asia.

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According to a posting on the Facebook page, Red Motors will ensure that motorcycles still under warranty receive the necessary support. Due to the different circumstances in each market, the service can be provided under different formats.

"This situation is out of our control, as an authorized dealer we thank the brand, our customers and business partners," explains the statement dated December 2, 2020.

According to CentralAmericaData's research, in Central America more than 8 million people search online and participate in conversations about motorcycles, with BMW, Suzuki and KTM being some of the brands with the greatest presence among high consumption power consumers.

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