I'm trying to learn a little more on what really is and is not made in the USA. I don't know for sure, but I have been told that my V2K was assembled in Nebraska. I don't know what percentage of the parts are foreign or made in the USA. Does anyone know the answer? It seems like the assembly is a very big part of of the finished product and therefore my bike is at least mostly "Made in the USA".
I looked at the same issue on cars and trucks and found that my Dodge truck was assembled in Mexico and that my Toyota Camry was assembled in the USA. I also learned that both Toyota and Dodge have almost the same percentage of both US and foreign made parts. So if my information is correct, my Toyota is more American made than my Dodge!
So now lets look at the same issues regarding Harley Davidson. I believe that they are assembled in the US. However, what percentage of their parts are made in the US? Does anyone know? - - - - I don't. I would be very suprised if they are 100% made in the USA.
Anyway, in most industries, the line between US and foreign made is getting very blurred. I've stopped trying to make buying decisions based upon my notions of what may or may not be made in the USA, because I am usually at least partially wrong.