Willy World Cycles

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  • 101 N Reed St.

    Joliet, IL 60435

    Map & Directions
  • 815-725-4666

About Willy World Cycles

Categories
  • Motorcycle Dealers
Details
  • Honda
  • Yamaha
  • Suzuki
  • Kawasaki
  • Insurance Accepted
  • Insured
  • Licensed
  • Military Discount
  • Auto Detailing
  • Motorcycle Repair
Hours
M-F 10am-7pm, Sa 10am-5pm, Su Closed
Special Offer
Where Your Fun, Is Our Business!
Emails
  • salesdept@willyworldcycles.com
Phones
  • Fax (815-725-4966)
Year Established
  • 1979
Keywords
  • Atvs
  • Dirt Bikes
  • Motorcycles
  • Scooters
  • Side-By-Sides
Products
  • Motorcycles
  • Atvs
  • Dirt Bikes
  • Scooters
  • Side-By-Sides
  • Pre-Owned Motorcycles
  • Used Motorcycles
  • Motorcycle Parts And Accessories
  • Motorcycle Service
  • Motorcycle Trade-Ins
Payment Options
  • Financing
Brands
  • Honda
  • Yamaha
  • Kawasaki
  • Suzuki

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When I brought my bike in, Willy World was backed up and says that they couldn't look at my bike for 4 days, which actually ended up being 5 days. When I call them on the 6th day, they say that they've lost my phone and would have called the day before. They spent a total of 40 minutes looking at it (the spark plug was smashed and there was no compression in the engine) and based on those two things said that it would be $2-3,000 to fix it, obviously more than the bike was worth. This sounded a little fishy, so I called a bike shop in my home town, that I trusted, and gave them the situation and asked what their assessment would be. They said that it was impossible to tell what could be wrong with that information, but even if they had to rebuild the top and bottom of the engine (about a worst-case scenario) it would cost closer to $1,000. So in addition to being slow, Willy World was either trying to gouge me or just get rid of me. When my dad showed up so we could load the bike in his van, the fellow from Willy World declared that it couldn't be done and brought the bike to the bottom of the loading dock and brought out a ramp incase we wanted to try to work something out. Then the most helpfull thing he did was go back inside. I had to take the windshield and rear view mirrors off myself (with no assistance from the shop), bring the bike back up to the top of the loading dock, and then the fellow from the shop helped us push it into the van sideways.\n\nIn conclusion, Willy World expressed an almost total lack of concern and proved themselves to be either incompetent or shysters.

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When I brought my bike in, Willy World was backed up and says that they couldn't look at my bike for 4 days, which actually ended up being 5 days. When I call them on the 6th day, they say that they've lost my phone and would have called the day before. They spent a total of 40 minutes looking at it (the spark plug was smashed and there was no compression in the engine) and based on those two things said that it would be $2-3,000 to fix it, obviously more than the bike was worth. This sounded a little fishy, so I called a bike shop in my home town, that I trusted, and gave them the situation and asked what their assessment would be. They said that it was impossible to tell what could be wrong with that information, but even if they had to rebuild the top and bottom of the engine (about a worst-case scenario) it would cost closer to $1,000. So in addition to being slow, Willy World was either trying to gouge me or just get rid of me. When my dad showed up so we could load the bike in his van, the fellow from Willy World declared that it couldn't be done and brought the bike to the bottom of the loading dock and brought out a ramp incase we wanted to try to work something out. Then the most helpfull thing he did was go back inside. I had to take the windshield and rear view mirrors off myself (with no assistance from the shop), bring the bike back up to the top of the loading dock, and then the fellow from the shop helped us push it into the van sideways.\n\nIn conclusion, Willy World expressed an almost total lack of concern and proved themselves to be either incompetent or shysters.

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been shopping for a Honda Fury since March. nobody was dealin. went to Willys World and got a nice deal! :) I loved my salesman Mitch, he really knew his sh_t.

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been shopping for a Honda Fury since March. nobody was dealin. went to Willys World and got a nice deal! :) I loved my salesman Mitch, he really knew his sh_t.

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