Grand Prix Kawasaki

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We had the same experience as the "Lied to me" review in June 2008. The MSRP of $3500 ended up to over $6000 for a Ninja 250R when they added over $1500 for freight and assembly charges and other miscellaneous charges. This was not mentioned during the deposit and ordering. We passed on the "deal". Recommend to try a more reputable dealership.

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We had the same experience as the "Lied to me" review in June 2008. The MSRP of $3500 ended up to over $6000 for a Ninja 250R when they added over $1500 for freight and assembly charges and other miscellaneous charges. This was not mentioned during the deposit and ordering. We passed on the "deal". Recommend to try a more reputable dealership.

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I have a policy, I don't buy from places that lie to me. They wrote some extra profit into the sales ticket and claimed it was $1500 worth of "freight and setup", when from past experience buying motorcycles I know that that this should be under $500 for any motorcycle (and indeed, I just verified that freight is $240 on Suzuki motorcycles for 2008 and setup is calculated by Suzuki as two hours of labor for the bike in question, which would put F&S at $400 at this shops' rate). This was after the end of a frustrating sequence where they were trying to steer me into the Suzuki financing (because they get more profit from the Suzuki financing kickback that way) when I was ready to put down a check and I'd already nearly walked out once. I finally had enough of these sleazy people and walked. If someone lies to you once, they're likely to lie to you again and again, and liars don't deserve my business. If you're going to attempt to charge me extra because a particular bike is in short supply, okay, but be honest about it. Don't try to lie to me about what you're doing because I don't appreciate liars.

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I have a policy, I don't buy from places that lie to me. They wrote some extra profit into the sales ticket and claimed it was $1500 worth of "freight and setup", when from past experience buying motorcycles I know that that this should be under $500 for any motorcycle (and indeed, I just verified that freight is $240 on Suzuki motorcycles for 2008 and setup is calculated by Suzuki as two hours of labor for the bike in question, which would put F&S at $400 at this shops' rate). This was after the end of a frustrating sequence where they were trying to steer me into the Suzuki financing (because they get more profit from the Suzuki financing kickback that way) when I was ready to put down a check and I'd already nearly walked out once. I finally had enough of these sleazy people and walked. If someone lies to you once, they're likely to lie to you again and again, and liars don't deserve my business. If you're going to attempt to charge me extra because a particular bike is in short supply, okay, but be honest about it. Don't try to lie to me about what you're doing because I don't appreciate liars.

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