Skip to comments.Another US motorcycle company considering moving production overseas
Posted on 06/30/2018 2:44:34 PM PDT by DoodleDawg
Minnesota-based Polaris acknowledged on Friday that it is considering moving some production of its Indian Motorcycles overseas amid concerns over new tariffs from Europe.
A spokeswoman for the company told The Associated Press that it could move some of its production to Poland from Iowa, but noted that "nothing is definitive."
"We're looking at a range of mitigation plans," the spokeswoman, Jess Rogers, told the AP. Polaris did not immediately respond to The Hill's request for comment.
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Not entirely. Their brand loyal customers are aging out here in the USA. Their market is shrinking so they go where the markeys agr growing.
They might consider making their product more desirable......like Harley, they tried to rely on “the old days” and other brands swamped them by quicker moves to the future.
US has sound rules, too, depending on the state...
EU regs on noise look about the same as ours. Found this on emissions. Oy.
Finally. 75 to 80 dB(A) for EU motorcycles.
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