What percentage of Harley parts are made in the USA?
Typically, in all blogs and forums related to both Harley and Polaris, the number of American made components is somewhere between 60% and 70%.
Are all Harley-Davidson parts made in the USA?
All Harley Davidson Motorcycles for the US Market are assembled in the US. Harley Davidson contracts parts to be manufactured from various factories around the world in places such as Germany, Taiwan, Japan, Mexico and Italy.
Where does Harley Davidson source their parts?
Harleys sold in the U.S. are indeed assembled in one of four plants located in Wisconsin, Missouri and Pennsylvania. But the brakes and clutch are imported from Italy, the engine pistons are made in Austria, the bike suspension comes from Japan, and other electronic components originate in Mexico and China.
What Harleys are made in York PA?
Established as an assembly facility in 1973, Harley-Davidson® Vehicle Operations in York, PA assembles the Touring, Softail®, CVO™ and Trike models, and perform a variety of manufacturing operations – making parts like frames, fuel tanks, and fenders.