The more recent Harley-Davidson motorcycles, the Sportster S, Pan America 1250 and the Pan America 1250 Special have been recalled over a faulty instrument cluster issue overseas.
The recently launched Harley-Davidson Sportster S has been recalled over a faulty instrument cluster issue. Harley-Davidson, in an official announcement, has stated that the instrument cluster stops showing the neutral indication and does not display speed if the environment temperature drops below 0-degree celsius. The American motorcycle maker confirms that this problem has been only encountered in a cold-start situation; the instrument cluster works absolutely fine otherwise.
However, the speedometer and other units have been deemed faulty, therefore Harley-Davidson has issued a recall for the newly Pan-America 1250 and the Pan-America 1250 Special alongside the Sportster S. A total of 3,917 motorcycles are equipped with the same panel, hence, the company will replace the issued piece for free of charge.
That being said, the issue has been identified and addressed by Harley-Davidson overseas The Pan America 1250, sold in the US between May 24 and October 19, 2021, and the Sportster S manufactured between May 21 and December 13, 2021, feature the faulty instrument cluster.
Harley-Davidson India has not issued any such recall for the same. However, if the issue gets identified in the India-spec motorcycles, the brand will mostly alert the respective customers and will take the necessary actions for goodwill.
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