For 30 Days. Financing As Low 2.99% On 2013 Harley-Davidson Models.

harley22harley11In just 30 days, Harley’s 110th anniversary festivities in Milwaukee. To celebrate, and of course to get rid of the 2013 models before the arrival of the 2014-year lineup, Harley-Davidson Financial Services is offering rates as low as 2.99 percent APR*.

“While summer may feel like it’s flying, riders can still visit their Harley-Davidson dealer to find their dream motorcycle and ride this season,” said Dino Bernacchi, Harley-Davidson Director, Marketing Communications. “With low financing rates, riders can now put themselves on a new 2013 motorcycle in time to make our 110th Anniversary party over Labor Day weekend. It’s going to be an epic weekend.”

The Harley-Davidson 2013 motorcycle line-up showcases more than 30 exciting models. For additional information on 2.99 percent APR*, visit a participating Harley-Davidson dealer.

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9 Responses to “For 30 Days. Financing As Low 2.99% On 2013 Harley-Davidson Models.”


  1. 1 fuji Aug 1st, 2013 at 11:02 am

    A move to help third QTR numbers ?
    Buyers remorse. Once titled it’s a bike that’s used and close to being a model year old
    Fast depreciation and that warm fuzzy feelings gone especially when you ride with your buddy on his 2014.

  2. 2 Kirk Perry Aug 1st, 2013 at 11:37 am

    I don’t think anything will change but the tank emblems. They have the drive train that works. Probably no changes there.
    The thrifty Scotch/Irish aren’t going to fix, what’s not broken. We’ve already seen the 2014 paint. There’s more traditional colors, and less of the 50’s candy/metal-flake ..thank you.

    So, if this pans-out as predicted… buy a 2013 at a price we could all live with – and also a same color 2014 replacement tank, then do a tank swap-out like they did in the 40’s, and nobody will know the difference, since it’s hard to tell the difference now anyway.
    Does this make any sense at all? 🙂

  3. 3 Shifter Aug 1st, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    In addition, they don’t want you to order the 2014 Indian. So HD is playing the clock during 3 weeks, trying to make you empty your pocket buying a 2013 model.

  4. 4 Woody's Aug 1st, 2013 at 1:34 pm

    @shifter People will be able to see the new Indian before the 3% financing expires so I don’t think it’s anything nefarious on the MoCo’s part-just a good business move. Money’s cheap right now, they have manufactured a questionable “reason” to want an Anniversary bike over a 2013 so they’re supporting their dealer network by making the 2013s easier to move. Dealers with empty floors order more bikes and dealers are the only customers that the MoCo sells to ☺

  5. 5 Sharrack Aug 1st, 2013 at 7:56 pm

    Free keychain, bandana and t shirt with every purchase.
    More koolaid please! 🙂

  6. 6 tim himes Aug 2nd, 2013 at 7:11 am

    having come out of manufacturing i see this as good business. i don’t think indian creates worry at harley. with business running about 5% increases in sales harley needs to create these deals frrom time to time. why let the competion get a foothold in your business. to another person that wrote about depreciation. harley holds thier value like no other and is built on solid r and. there always people that want to complain when a deal falls on their heads. when you think of brand awareness you think of names out there. maytag, hoover, la-z-boy etc. indian has no real concrete history of good business practices.

  7. 7 HarleyNot Aug 2nd, 2013 at 11:09 am

    Yeah right, Spirit Lake USA built Indians being revealed tomorrow has NOTHING to do with this attractive offer of financing from HD. Yet just about every comment in this thread brings up Indian Motorcycle. I’m sure it’s just a coincidence. Sturgis and its rich Tradition with Indian Motorcycles is not really on anyone’s mind. I’m sure Polaris is gonna fold up its Indian dog n pony show and let one of the Worlds Most Powerful Brands fade away. 11 million dollars in R&D on this bike and 30 months to create an all-new Chief from scratch was just a marketing gimmick to give their Victory Brand some “Street Cred” ! Just what shareholders expect. Not ! PII was @ $115 per share yesterday. Take a look at where it was 6 months before the Indian purchase was announced.

  8. 8 RK Brent Aug 2nd, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    HD does this rate drop promo almost every model year end regardless of Indian. Curious to see it but as Tim says, no real concrete history. Hell, I don’t know anyone around here waiting in line for the Chief but we’ll see how this all pans out.

  9. 9 Blackmax Aug 2nd, 2013 at 4:09 pm

    Got make hay while the sun is still shining…
    Of course H-D is reacting to what’s going on in the Black Hills
    I can’t wait for Cyril’s report, This is gonna be fun !!!!

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