Withstanding the test of time, Harley Davidson motorcycles have been manufactured in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for over a century. Since their humble beginnings in 1903, the motorcycle manufacturer has established other factories across the nation and around the globe.
Nevertheless, one thing has remained the same throughout the evolution of the company. Regardless of whether you are buying a new or used Harley Davidson, these motorcycles for sale are going to be of high-quality if well taken care of. Bintelli Powersports is one of the premier Charleston Motorcycle Dealers who offer Harley motorcycles for sale.
See, to stay in business for over a century, Harley Davidson needed to become more than a well-known name at motorcycle dealers. The motorcycle manufacturer needed to create a long-lasting product capable of generating a positive, unforgettable experience.
And as history has shown, Harley Davidson definitely succeeded in their mission. Due to this, you can search for used Harleys for sale online in full confidence, knowing the product you purchase is a remarkable machine.
That said, there are plenty of motorcycle shops around with brand new Harley Davidsons for sale. Matter of fact, in Charleston, South Carolina there are roughly 10 motorcycle shops in driving distance.
Due to this prevalence, it can be hard to determine whether or not you should buy a new or used Harley Davidson. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of both options.
Buying a Harley Davidson at a Motorcycle Dealership
There are loads of perks associated with buying a motorcycle new, rather than some used craigslist motorcycle. For starters, if you want to save a bit on fuel, electric Harley Davidsons are now available at a motorcycle dealer near you.
One such electric motorbike for sale is called Limewire. With this Harley Davidson motorcycle, you can anticipate paying about $0.90 to cover 30 miles, instead of roughly $5 in gas to cover the same distance.
In addition, Limewire can go from 0 to 60 in 3 seconds, which is pretty exhilarating. Add in state-of-the-art technology capable of helping riders control the motorcycle in less than optimal situations, such as the Reflex Defensive Rider Systems, or RDRS, and you may find yourself jumping at the chance to own one. Even with the $30,000 price tag.
Purchasing a Used Harley
Sure. Those brand new Harley Davidsons at your local motorcycle shop are likely equipped with 4.1-inch touchscreens, voice-activated features, and a whole bunch of other perks. However, dropping $30,000 or more at a motorcycle dealership may not feasible at this time.
But that does not mean the dream of owning a Harley Davidson has to be put on hold. Especially if $10,000 is closer to your price range. This is where Bintelli Powersports comes in. The team at BPS can source you any used Harley motorcycle you need! Recently the motorcycle dealership team at BPS sold a 2006 Harley Davidson Softail and a 2015 Harley Davidson Street Bob Motorcycle. They’d be happy to find you a motorcycle for sale that suits your needs in Charleston or South Carolina!