I agree with the above poster about resale, I have always come out of my Harley ownership with my money back minus on road costs, a great way to have a lot of fun.
The Road king is THE Harley to own.
I have had two road Kings, an Ultra classic and put a lot of miles on a mates Fat boy, for my first Harley purchase I was hard pressed to decide between the sexy looks of the Fat Boy or the practicality and classic styling of the Road king, I am very glad I ended up deciding on the King, it's ride quality is far better and the side bags hold a ...
I'm on my sixth Harley and my second FLHRSi (Roadking Custom). From my first (an FXR Superglide) HD through the string I've owned, each one was a step up (in my eyes) closer to my perfect HD; and this is the result. For 10 years I commuted via HD, 100Km each way and traded each in with none less than 100k+ km showing on the odometer. I've never been let down and 17-18km per litre is the norm. On top of that, I've always received more back in trade than I paid for the machine and the difference trading up every 24-30 months averaged out at A...UD$5000. Not bad, considering I'm now sitting on $25k (easy) from an initial investment of AUD$10k, five bikes ago. Try doing that with any other bike...or any car, for that matter. Clean, low, rakish looks. Reliability, economy, comfort, resale value and it's pure, unadulterated eye candy. Thief magnet.
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