Investigating a class action lawsuit on behalf of individuals who purchased a Harley-Davidson motorcycle and paid a dealer set-up fee. Harley-Davidson has been sued over allegations it does include dealer setup costs in the pricing of its motorcycles despite its advertising. The lawsuit against Harley-Davidson alleges false advertising, violation of Consumer Legal Remedies Act, breach of express warranty, negligent misrepresentation, fraud and deceit, quasi-contract/unjust enrichment, aiding and abetting and unfair competition. The suit states the defendants advertised at the time he purchased his motorcycle in 2015 that dealer setup was excluded from its manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP).The plaintiff alleges he went to Riverside Harley-Davidson on June 13, 2015, and purchased a new motorcycle for $23,799.63. The suit states the plaintiff also paid a $1,399 charge for freight and prep in addition to the purchase price. The plaintiff alleges the additional price was broken into $964 for dealer prep and $435 for freight. He alleges he learned in 2017 through the defendants' advertising that the defendants reimburse dealers for performing manufacturer-specified inspections and tasks and that had he known at the time of his purchase, he would have not agreed to pay the dealership the charge. If you own a Harley-Davidson and paid a dealer set-up fee, please fill out the form below.