Originally Posted by skiguy213
Well I have to disagree. When I bought my first used bike from MAX I was treated respectfully and offered a test ride. Then I was happy to see that they did have service records and the book was stamped. I would be worried to think that just anybody could fill out a book and make up anything they want to.
I just traded my bike last month there for a new LT and they saved me $1500 over the other two dealers I checked with. It was definately worth my time. Sorry you did not have the same experience but I thought they were great!!
Skiguy, your answers were a joke,,,
so when you buy a new car and there is no stamped book from oil changes, exhaust fixes, new tires, engine work you wont buy it, ya that is what i thought, i dont buy the crap you dish out! You have a toyota corrola in the driveway and do oil changes every 7500 miles according to the manufacturer, and then you bring it to juiffy lube cuz you afraid of some oil/dirt/ or some other contamination getting in your eye, but then after 3-7 years of use, you go to trade it in and get book value, BUT WAIT, there is no book stating all the parts that were fixed by a mechanic, I tell you what, the Japs dont do it, other european bikes- not all do it, and now try and trade one in, I had a BMW dealer tell me they did not want my bike for a TARDE IN, What message is BMW sending, Buy our bikes, but we wont buy them back, WTF, they say it is a Demographic thing, ok , you have a BMW dealership in the same spot i am trading in, Demographics do not mean anything, BMW dealer are getting upset with their owner who do work on their own bikes, I am done with them, as i stated in another thread, probably the best bike i have ever owned or may ever own, But i'll never buy another, too hard to get rid of, every part is so expensive, it is not reccommended to work on them if you ever plan to trade it in, And besides, BMW sold 30,000 plus units last year and their heads are just getting to big for their helmuts:/mets:
Too bad, they will put themselves back into isolation with the horrible dealership experiences!