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•Finally, you are closing deal on dream bike you have chosen to buy! What do you do, now? 1.You’ll find that although you’re much too eager to get over and done with dealing as soon as possible it’s still a good measure to play hardball with salesperson. Emphasize that once you have bought your motorcycle you have started a relationship. It’s worthwhile to hint of giving them your other business such as apparel, repairs, and accessories. You’ll get on admirably over bargains. 2.Always do your homework, not only before buying your motorcycle but during actual buying process. Remember that you are up against a pro in negotiations and lack of preparation will cost you big. Get them to throw in some extras after hinting that this is but start of your business relationship. Take advantage of dealer’s desire for future business opportunities and sales with you. Buying a motorcycle is composed of many different ways with lots of choices at hand. You can always choose what would best work for you Use what works for you. Try to work your way to best deal or bargain you will fondly remember every time you look at your motorcycle and will give you great pride once you’re riding in it! Good luck! -30-
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