Motorcycle Types Cruiser Harley-Davidson: Ride Easy Guarantee till 3/31

Harley-Davidson: Ride Easy Guarantee till 3/31

Now is the time to go your own way and ride a new Harley-Davidson motorcycle with the Ride Easy Guarantee promotion.

The Ride Easy Guarantee runs from today until March 31, 2010 at participating dealers. Low monthly payment options are available on all new 2009 Harley-Davidson Sportster motorcycles, while all new 2009 Softail and VRSC models include a no cost three-year extended service plan and no cost scheduled maintenance up to 5,000 miles, and all new 2009 Dyna motorcycles include no cost scheduled maintenance up to 5,000 miles. Prices will vary, but the Sportster 883 Low will be eligible for purchase starting at less than $100 per month, or just a little more than three dollars a day.*

"With riding season right around the corner, we’re fired up to give customers that much more inspiration to buy a new 2009 Harley-Davidson motorcycle," said Dino Bernacchi, Harley-Davidson Director, Advertising and Promotion. "There’s more reason than ever to ride with this exceptional opportunity to get on a new Harley-Davidson right now, whether it’s realizing the dream to ride for the first time or moving on to another great motorcycle."

There are seven 2009 Sportster motorcycles eligible for this promotion, including the XR1200, which was recognized as the Best Standard in Cycle World magazine in its Ten Best Bikes of 2009. There are eight eligible Softail models, five Dyna and three VRSC motorcycles in the 2009 Harley-Davidson line, as well as the CVO Fat Bob and Softail Springer. The VRSC models are a part of one of the most acclaimed and awarded motorcycle lines in Company history.

For additional information on the offer, interested customers should visit a participating Harley-Davidson dealer or go to h-d.com/ride-easy.


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