Ural Shows 11% Sales Growth in Q1 2013
While we know how tough these bikes are, we were not expecting to see the numbers going up this way. First of all, these bikes come with a rather limited range of performance, and the limited speed (due to the side car design) is just one of them.
Then it's the price: most of them retail for prices in excess of $13,000 (€10,000) and they're clearly not the cheapest machines around. However, Ural's VP claims the brand is looking forward for a 30% increased through the end of 2013... an ambitious plan, to say the least.
Now, with 75% of the models sold in Q1 being fitted with on-demand 2WD, we believe these bikes' capabilities of tackling the roughest terrain are really going popular. For a bigger selection of newand older Urals, check this link.