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post #1 of 6 Old Aug 26th, 2008, 10:29 pm Thread Starter
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Knoxville Dealership/Mechanic

We finally sold our home in San Diego and built a home in TN. My question is for the Knoxville area. Where is the best place to get my LT serviced???? Any name of a mechanic/technician would be appreciated.

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Re: Knoxville Dealership/Mechanic

Two of us here from San Diego now. Where did you build? I am living in Dandridge, east of Knoxville.

There is a multi brand dealer who has BMWs in West Knoxville area, on Kingston Pike near Watt Road. After leaving San Diego we had our household goods stored in the storage facility behind the dealer. I saw some new BMW bikes there, but do not know anything about their service ability.

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http://www.destinationmotorcycles.com/default.asp

This is where I bought my Ducati.
They are good people and their prices seem much better than Atlanta BMW.
Besides, Atlanta is a long ways from Knoxville.

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Re: Knoxville Dealership/Mechanic

was in the area riding the gap and the blue ridge in july. my rear tire was thrashed. called "destination" in lenoir city when they opened for the day. they had a tire for me and by 2pm i was on the road tearing the new one up!

i have a two hour drive by interstate to my "local" dealer. if you got one close, use them, get to know them and they should treat you right.
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I didn't say they weren't busy.
I always have to get an appointment two weeks out.

But their prices are good.
They are willing to deal on a new bike.
Where most dealer want MSRP.

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