The summer is in full swing and demand for motorcycles and side-by-sides remains red-hot. New bikes and side-by-sides are still hard to come by, and buyers are paying historically high prices for vehicles that come on the market.
Motorcycle pricing in the first half of 2021 is running well ahead of the same period of last year, with the most recent 10 model years of cruisers averaging 11.4% higher, and sportbikes 13.6% higher.
Side-by-sides also continue to widen the gap over last year, with utility models bringing 24.5% more money and sport models bringing 17.9% more.
The market will continue to favor sellers as long as parts shortages limit production and consumers have cash to spend. We don’t see this dynamic changing through peak season and into the 4th quarter at least.
|35,000 - 60,000|
|20,000 - 34,999|
|8,000 - 15,000|
|5,000 - 7,999|
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