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1 bike shopping on Wed Oct 14, 2015 4:49 pm

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I have been window shopping for a bike bigger bike now for a year (suzy dl 1000). I went to view one in derby a few months ago as it was the cheapest price. Looking around the place the owner struck me as a complete ar*e hole. Didn't have much to go on bedside manner so to speak. As I had not committed my self anyway , I walked away. I remember telling myself on the way home ,' I'd rather pay abit more for a better experience and hopefully after sales service'. I've had another look at bikes again and the bugger is still the cheapest by about a grand. Seems like the ar*e hole will end up with my cash eventually.

2 Re: bike shopping on Wed Oct 14, 2015 5:06 pm

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cheapest isn't always the best , why is it 1k cheaper ?


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3 Re: bike shopping on Wed Oct 14, 2015 5:09 pm

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4 Re: bike shopping on Wed Oct 14, 2015 9:27 pm

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Cheaper isnt always better as dave says,

when i got my aprilia cheap, but the bloke was skint, and it was a good honest bike, however the ktm did have some nastys, silly little bits that the potato of a previous owner had done, but i did get it for £2500 cheaper than what they do sell for so i kind of didnt mind wearing the small issues,

when what is it exactly your after as i have contacts in the bike trade? theyve hooked a few mates up with little gems of bikes.

5 Re: bike shopping on Thu Oct 15, 2015 7:12 pm

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I researched my gsx 1250fa (second hand) for months they were all around the same price but got mine through MCN for a thousand cheaper with really low miles and all the extras I would have bought ( I don't do finance so paid cash) - it was taken in part ex so they were selling it cheap to make room for new stock - also ex demo bikes can be had cheap as well so worth taking your time - mine was from Worthing and im in Cumbria delivery was only £130 thumbs

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6 Re: bike shopping on Sat Oct 17, 2015 12:19 pm

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dick65 wrote:I researched my gsx 1250fa (second hand) for months they were all around the same price but got mine through MCN for a thousand cheaper with really low miles and all the extras I would have bought ( I don't do finance so paid cash) - it was taken in part ex so they were selling it cheap to make room for new stock - also ex demo bikes can be had cheap as well so worth taking your time - mine was from Worthing and im in Cumbria delivery was only £130 thumbs
and I still haven't seen it!!! Sad soon hopefully! thumbs

As Dave says cheaper isn't necessarily best, as a rule of thumb down I have found you get what you pay for and a thousand pounds cheaper would suggest an issue somewhere BUT a thousand pounds would probably go a long way towards sorting any trouble but it doesn't sound like you will get any help from the dealer, hope you get sorted though. thumbs

7 Re: bike shopping on Sat Oct 17, 2015 11:37 pm

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if the seller seems like an arsehole guess what he is an arsehole .keep away and buy from a reputable dealer .at least youve got some comeback if the bikes a ringer or a clone thumbs

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