Harley-Davidson stops electric motorcycle production
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Harley-Davidson has stopped making and delivering its electric motorcycle after a glitch was discovered during quality checks.

The motorcycle producer said in a Monday statement that it found a “non-standard condition” in the LiveWire bikes, which it has already started shipping to vendors.

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The company began additional testing and analysis, which it said was going "well."

LiveWire has reportedly been available to preorder since January, and it costs $29,799, according to Reuters

Harley-Davidson shares were down 1 percent at $34.73 on Monday amid news that electric motorcycle production was halted.

—Updated at 6:07 p.m.