Posted by John Morgan on Saturday, October 27, 2018 Under: Guest Motorcycle Articles
Looking To Buy A Motorcycle? You have made up your mind and you want to buy yourself a motorcycle. Have you decided to get a Harley-Davidson, a Triumph, a Honda or do you know yet? So where do you go to find motorcycles for sale? The easy answer is to motorcycle dealerships. Motorcycles are no different than automobiles in this respect. They have dealerships just like automobiles to find motorcycles for sale.
So what's the advantage of going to a dealership rather than purchasing from an individual? There really are quite a few reasons. First and foremost, only dealerships can sell you a new one. If you want to purchase a new motorcycle with the full warranty, you have to get it at the dealership. Virtually all dealerships also provide service on your new bike. They will also have all the neat stuff that you can add to your motorcycle and accessories that you can wear and use to let the world know you are a new motorcycle owner.
If you are looking for a used motorcycle, that is a different story. Where then would you do that? Well, you can look in ads in the paper, online at 'used motorcycles for sale' or at a dealership. What would be our advice? Most definitely a dealership - new or used.
What's the reasoning behind that you may ask? At a dealership, you will have the assurance that the motorcycle has been gone over with a fine tooth comb when they received it. Anything that may have been wrong with it, they will have repaired or will state the problem when you look at it for purchase. Most of the time, they will have also serviced the motorcycle and made it 'ready to go' so-to-speak.
When buying motorcycles for sale you really need to know the condition of the motorcycle. Of course if it is a new bike, you have no worries. It will have a new bike warranty and the dealership will handle all discrepancies of the motorcycle without any problems.
However, with a used motorcycle, you have a different situation. If you are buying from a dealership, depending on the motorcycle, they will most likely warranty it for a period of either time or mileage. If you are purchasing it from a private owner, you may get nothing in the way of a warranty at all. So please be careful and choose wisely before buying.
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