An automotive icon of the '70s is back, decades after its parent company tried to kill it off.
The fuel is a cheaper alternative to gasoline, and there's plenty of it. Now if only there were more fill-up stations.
Overall US sales are expected to rise 10% for the month from a year earlier.
The Japanese automaker promised an aggressive sales effort once it got back on its feet, and it began in January.
Overall sales are expected to increase by 7% for the month, continuing solid momentum from 2011.
The iconic motorcycle maker benfits from refocused product development and revamped dealership network.
However, changes in Chinese policy will likely increase capital expenditure and hurt the automaker's margins in the medium to long term.
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