PowerDirectory is a dynamic list of the players in the powersports space. Powersports Finance continuously adds to the list on a daily basis. The directory is split up into seven categories: Dealership; Law Firm; OEM; Retail Lender; Startup; Technology; Vendor; and Wholesale Lender. Each listing includes not just the company’s name and contact information, but a short description, website links, and links to all Powersports Finance published articles based on that company.
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Dallas, TX 75201
Dallas-based Advancial Federal Credit Union provides a full range of financial services, including powersports financing. It works with eight powersports dealers as of December 2016.
Washington, D.C. 20001
Akerman LLP is a trial and transactions law firm with a nationwide financial services regulatory compliance and litigation practice. Akerman represents lenders, servicers, and other consumer financial services providers in regulatory investigations and enforcement actions, supervisory examinations, and class litigation.
Scottsdale, AZ, 85255
Al3rt GPS offers a hard-wired or rechargeable powersports telematics solution for GPS units, which offers the owner a secure method of monitoring their ride, while maintaining its operational readiness through SMS notifications and emails.
America’s First Federal Credit Union is a Birmingham, Ala.-based auto and powersports prime lender.
Spartanburg, SC 29302
American Credit Acceptance is a subprime auto and powersports finance company based in Spartanburg, S.C.
Marlborough, MA 01752
American Cycle Finance -- formerly known as Ride Today Accpetance -- is a subprime motorcycle lender. It entered into a merger agreement with Cardiff International Inc. in February 2017. The lender makes loans for 204 dealers as of January 2017.
Torrance, CA 90509-2200
American Honda Motor Co. Inc., founded in 1959, is the North American subsidiary of the Honda Motor Co. Ltd. It manufacturers motorcycles, scooters, ATVs, and personal watercraft.
Minneapolis, Minn.-based Arctic Cat Inc. is a North American manufacturer of snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles. The company was formed in 1960, and acquired by Textron Inc. in a deal that closed in March 2016.
ARGO is a Canadian manufacturer of amphibious all-terrain vehicles. It has 300 employees, provides extreme terrain vehicles (XTVs) to a network of 300 dealers across Canada and the U.S., as of January 2017. XTVs are six- or eight-wheel ATVs, with an average price point of about $15,000.