Carl(Columbia,SC) Well,my issue is truly a life threatening situation;and to buy a motorcycle from a so-called Dealership(Big Boy’s Motorcycle’s), just lasting 2 days before catching on fire on I-77; with myself riding home from work. Saleperson assured me that the 2001 Suzuki Hayabusa 1300 cc was in safe and running condition during purchase also any problems would be resolved if needed..Yeah okay!The motorcycle was right in their garage 2 times on the day purchase;The Mechanic(s)claimed it needed slight tuning and also took apart the fuel system.(I thought removal of any fuel system required O.S.H.A. Certification)Did not see any sign of this education at all!!! I paid $5100.00 hard earned money,just to say I,ve been played by West Columbia’s so-called Motercycle Doctor’s!!They almost cost me my life and the best part of it all ;they keep trying to say:”(AS IS) was how you bought this motorcycle”After purchase they broke this AS IS policy when tampered with entire motorcycle not once but 2 occasions on the date of purchase,The Manager was is just as Shady ,as the rest the staff!I wouldn’t advise anyone that ride 2 wheels(Motorcycles)to even do go near them here in South Carolina… I’ve been riding for over 20 years,and never saw a motorcycle catch on fire ,this place has lost all of my respect and also will lose others who knows me on 2 wheels!If this was not Ripping Off a hard working consumer what was it then?
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