Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: West Milford, NJ, USA
Re: New Dealer in NJ
In order to be a BMW authorized dealer, the shop has to have a trained/certified mechanic and diagnostic equipment - among other requirements. Whether a freshly trained tech (or a single NYC transplant) is better than a long-time team, is a matter of opinion.
Then again, I cannot make myself walk into an HD dealership... Sorry, John...
What if my bike gets louder after a visit? Bad exhaust valve or some contagion in the HD service bay?
I am quite disappointed that the Max BMW deal fell through. Now, that would be a nice place to have had....
Of course, the very fact that there is a BMW/HD combined dealership just proves what we really hate to know and/or acknowledge: that owning BMW bikes is just as much of a snobby "lifestyle" trait as owning Harley-Davidson products.
Robert in Northern NJ
'09 R12GS, '08 R12RT, '03 R1150RT, '01 F650GS - time to thin the herd?
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Last edited by rdwalker; Jan 4th, 2010 at 8:31 pm.