Dealer near me has demo models for practically every Ducati model save the limited edition ones. No offense to the guy putting a deposit down on a bike he's never even seen before, just kinda surprised me is all.slowpoke13 said:Demo rides? I would love to find a dealer allowing demo rides. I can see allowing it if you've already put down a deposit. But, a demo day? I need to live closer to that dealer.
Why, it will just be the standard SBK in the lineup? They'll have a 1098 demo bike available to ride just like every other year...slowpoke13 said:Dealer here has demos for every model in the line up as well. But, I'm thinking the 1098 might be a bit more limited...
I'm sure it's refundable in case he thinks the bike looks like ass. Just gives him first choice of refusal.r8pistol said:Without ever seeing it or riding a demo?
Why do you own a ducati again?Thumper said:The very best of luck to you. And might I say you are the bravest man I know. You know that bike is a Ducati right? You know that bike will not run right, have unlimited problems, break down on you left and right and be recalled 12 times. It's a Ducati. It will be years before that bike is perfected enough for me to spend my hard earned cash. But that's just my opinion.
But, congratulation and the best of luck.
What color will you choose?
My preference is a 1098 S biposto in Carbon black with red frame. I'm looking at putting some BST CF wheels on it right from the get go.Thumper said:What color will you choose?