Competition is always good. It'll either drive down the price or force the product to improve. Our metrics benefit from competition in the American motorcycle sector because even though they are cheaper, they NEED to be good enough. In the grand scheme of things they are only a few grand cheaper and that's not enough of a margin for a seriously inferior product. So, if the American bikes get better, then the metrics get better.It's all hype! I recently got to watch the Harley story on the history channel. I appreciate the role they have played in America's history especially during the war but they are still too expensive. We don't need another over-priced bike to drool over.
It's like... you want some of this, you got to pay for it! No thanks!