This bike was clearly purchased to be re-sold on E-Bay for more money, thus taking a bike away from a prospective buyer of said motorcycle at the dealership.gbenner said:I think I must be missing something. Why is someone who advertises something to the highest bidder a f%$& loser? I suppose if you were selling your bike, you would take the average % resale of all makes of motorcycles and apply it your bike?
That's the point, why shouldn't the dealer sell above MSRP and make the extra money if they feel that someone is out there in the "grey" market reselling what they just sold for 2K or more...VA V-Rod said:
All this type of low life bastards is doing is encouraging Dealers, who are decent enough not to jacks buyers up over the price and sell at MSRP; to say "Hay why is this SOB taking advantage of me, by buying at MSRP and then making several thousands of dollars because I was nice." So you are the next guy through the door at that Dealer; guess what that Dealer just added the multi-thousand dollar “hated” mark up.
Sure. The dealer just wants to sell the bike, to whom is secondary to their ability to pay.fourhour said:Geez, I know a guy who's been in line for three years and just lost his job. Another friend is getting his spot. Just curious. Will HD and/or dealer honor a deal like that?