Harley-Davidson Recalls 1,85,272 Motorcycles Due To Saddlebag Issue

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Harley-Davidson has issued a recall of 1,85,272 of their motorcycles across the world. The American cruiser bike maker has confirmed that there is an issue with the saddlebags.

Saddlebags on Harley-Davidson motorcycles were found loose and an official inquiry confirmed this. The issue lies with a misaligned support rail, along with joint up stack difference and a spring wire.

15 Harley-Davidson models have been included in this recall due to loose saddlebags, which can be a cause of accident. The American manufacturer will not want any unwanted lawsuits, thus is calling for a recall.

Recall and replacement of faulty parts has commenced from 27th of July, 2015. New and improved parts will not be charged by Harley-Davidson to its owners and is a sign of good faith.

Harley-Davidson service centres have been asked to provide speedy and hassle free replacement. They have provided a special recall kit that will take care of loose saddlebag.

Here is the list of the 15 Harley-Davidson motorcycles that have been recalled:

  • 2014 CVO Road King
  • 2014-2015 Road King
  • 2015 Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low
  • CVO Street Glide
  • CVO Road Glide Ultra
  • CVO Ultra Limited
  • Electra Glide Ultra Classic
  • Police Road King
  • Police Electra Glide
  • Road Glide
  • Road Glide Special
  • Street Glide
  • Street Glide Special
  • Ultra Limited
  • Ultra Limited Low
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