How does this compare to American pricing?
It doesn't. You can't compare different market pricing.How does this compare to American pricing?
What do you mean you can't compare them? He just did. The bike is more expensive in India than it is in the US. Like if you took your American money and flew over to India, exchanged, it and bought the HD Street 750 you would lose money. If someone from India did the opposite they would save money.It doesn't. You can't compare different market pricing.
Maybe Canadian and US pricing is comparable but not India and American
Especially since both of them are made in different countries.
Now it's india's time to rise.the rich in India are also growing though. just like china
people are becoming more wealthy and want expensive toys
China's published growth rates were never honest. They measured growth of inputs to production, not output, and as such missed the reduction in growth caused by the many big bankruptcies in their economy. Workers come to work, find the gates to the factory closed and the owners nowhere to be found. The US measures growth in output, not input, which is the more valid measure. Add to the fact that many of the numbers the Chinese tout are outright fabrications by party cadre who want their regions to look good economically so they can get promoted to higher level party positions.Now it's india's time to rise.
Somewhere I read that China is now stabilizing and not growing at the crazy rate they once were.
I read somewhere that by 2025 a lot of current developing countries will be at a far better state with far less poor people. We'll see some crazy wealth happening in our time. With that will come even more people that can afford bikes like these.What is crazy about places with populations like India or China is that even though there are 1.3 or 1.4 billion of them, and hundreds of millions of each nation's citizens live in dire poverty, another couple of hudred million live like middle class professionals anywhere else in the world, and that is who Harley and all those other consumer manufacturers are aiming their goods at. The number, while a small proportion of the total population, is still a big enough absolute number of potential consumers for the marketing weenies to get sweaty palms thinking about them.
No surprise there. Just in my life Taiwan and South Korea have lept from backward, empoverished dictatorships to prosperous post industrial societies that elect their leaders.I read somewhere that by 2025 a lot of current developing countries will be at a far better state with far less poor people. We'll see some crazy wealth happening in our time. With that will come even more people that can afford bikes like these.