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VIDEO: Polaris CEO, Scott Wine, Discusses Indian Motorcycles On CNBC

Discussion in 'Indian Motorcycle General Discussion' started by Andy, May 16, 2013.

  1. Andy

    Andy Administrator Staff Member Moderator

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    Comments?
     
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    Uh, no link showing up on my IPad.
     
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    Andy Administrator Staff Member Moderator

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    It's a Flash video from CNBC. Blame Apple! Here's a direct link to the video:

    http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000169089
     
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    Same here.
     
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    The way they are building up to the launch, i hope it does not dissappoint! From what i've seen, the engineers have done their job, hope the designers and marketing folk can come through for the brand.
     
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    The Indian release is going to generate a lot of buzz. I think their single biggest deterrent is going to be the lack of dealers.
    I sent the preview link to a friend who's a big Harley fan and is looking for a 2nd "around town" bike. We've had the Victory discussion but it hasn't been enough to sway him. His response to my email indicates to me that his has him seriously interested. He's the perfect demographic, mid 50's, corporate exec with a fair amount of disposable income.
    He may go to Sturgis this year just to see this. He's also in Detroit which coincidentally has an Indian dealership. If they didn't I doubt he would consider it.
     
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    Why would anyone buy an Indian after this? They ply it up big that they're honoring warranties and making parts for 10 years. I believe that those are federal requirements!
     
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    I think the law is 7 years. I could be wrong
     

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