Harley-Davidson reported reduced revenue in its second quarter as its U.S. retail sales slipped nearly 9 percent.
For its first six months, Harley’s U.S. retail sales of more than 130,000 units reflects a 10.2 percent decrease from the prior year period. Sales outside of North America, however, have increased by 13 percent.
For its second quarter, the manufacturer reported a nearly 3 percent drop in revenue to $1.6 billion. Net income was off even more, down more than 23 percent to $222.8 million.
For more on Harley’s second quarter, see a future issue of Powersports Business.