Harley-Davidson has resumed deliveries and gross sales of its excessive profile electrical Livewire bike after diagnosing a difficulty that halted manufacturing earlier this week.
The corporate mentioned the “non-standard situation” that led it to warn homeowners to not cost their bikes on house energy shops was tracked again to a single prevalence and that they will resume the traditional operation of their bikes.
“We take satisfaction in our rigorous high quality assurance measures and our drive to ship the world’s finest bikes,” the corporate mentioned in a press release.
The $29,799 Livewire is Harley-Davidson’s first electrical bike and can be adopted by a full lineup of battery-powered bikes within the coming years. The corporate has not mentioned what number of Livewires have been bought thus far.
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