Re: M-ROC duc dealers review
I bought my bike there and have been pleased thus far. They are a fairly small family-owned operation that, to my observations, treat their customers fairly and honestly. I don't have any means to drop my bike off, so they always work on mine right away and they're always very nice while I'm waiting. They let, and encourage, any of their customers to at least sit on the bike, even the ones that obviously haven't got a clue. Really, I don't have anything bad to say about them, other than they don't have a lot of inventory on hand, but that's just because they're not a big dealership. Since i really have nothing bad to say, and I like the owners (even though they did try and convince me to get a SV650 instead of a Duc) I'd rate them as good.
Although they have one sales guy I liked, Bo(sp?) I think his name was, I have never had a good experience in the place. I went in looking for a helmet before I took my MSF Class, and the guy only showed me stuff that was double my budget. I went in looking at motorcycles and no one bothered to come talk to me. I went to the "event" for the sport classics, and it wasn't happening and no one I talked to bothered to mention that Ducati NA didn't have the inventory to send. They just looked at me like I was nuts. I also really hate dealers that have little signs all over the bikes asking people not to sit on them. I mean, WTH? It's not a bloody museum. Not to mention, I was now wearing nice riding gear, obviously wasn't a squid kid, and they still didn't offer to even take the sign off and let me see how it felt. So, I guess my rating is Gimp.
I'd like a dealer that allowed test rides like the local BMW shop.
I'd also like a dealer that had a bigger selecton of accessories available (Kind of like the local BMW shop)
Brands not withstanding, Capitol BMW on Atlantic is the best dealership in the area for a sales experience, followed closely by Triangle Cycles in Durham in my not so humble estimation.