Originally Posted by tmgs
boy that just pisses me off, loyalty and integrity ya saying I don't have it? your right I have no brand loyalty after being screwed around so hard
Integerity ya might want to know me before you say that.
Damn Tom, how do you get that out of what I wrote?
Nowhere, nohow did I attack your character or integrity.
Maybe I don't "know" you,
but I have met you and I wouldn't say anything here that I wouldn't say to your face.
You took the offensive position and "stuck up" for the letter writer before you even read the letter,
I don't think that's being very objective.
I wouldn't believe half of what the writer says and the first post in this thread proves she has no integrity, according to her signature they currently own 13 bikes yet she signs it wife of MOA member##, she doesn't mind using the magazine to complain but won't support the MOA by becoming a member or even associate member.
Then she thinks that BMW should re-engineer all of their bikes to accommodate short people and women.
I for one like my bike and the 5 other Beemers I had before this one just the way they are,
and there is already a bike marketed for women it's called a Harley
She had a problem with her R1100RT,
(read between the lines)
5 dealers told her it was driver error, the 6th dealer found a problem (or maybe just told her he did) and managed to sell her a new bike because of it.
Was he a better dealer or just a better salesman?
That one jumped out of 4th gear and the replacement transmission did the same thing, what are the odds of that?
And how come in over 300,000 BMW miles I never had any problems like that.
I'm not saying BMW is always right and that we should give them unquestionable loyalty,
they have their issues just like most manufacturers.
I think that the letter writers problems go a lot deeper than any brand name issue.