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RideNow Powersports Ocala

RideNow Powersports Ocala is a motorcycle dealership located in Ocala, FL selling Can-Am, Honda, Kawasaki, Polaris, Suzuki, Victory motorcycles. Contact and map RideNow Powersports Ocala through Motorcycle USA’s Dealer Locator.
3880 N US Hwy 441
Ocala, FL 34475
Can-Am, Honda, Kawasaki, Polaris, Suzuki, Victory
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burnedcustomer July 7, 2014 08:25 AM
STAY AWAY & AVOID THESE PEOPLE!! Typical bait and switch...............WARNING I had an approved loan that they ran, and got and I was on my way to the dealership to pick up a bike from them. In route to the dealership they called me and claimed they sold the bike to some one with cash off the street per Shane. Call Scott the manager and he said he had no problem conducting business like this. These people have no integrity and cannot be trusted, Any business that screws their customers like this should be avoided!
morrisdn November 21, 2013 01:55 PM
RIPPED OFF - BE WARNED After being scammed a few years ago for bogus repairs at this place, we thought it might be safe after hearing they were under new ownership to take a bike in for a very minor damage estimate. We were wrong. We ended up having the bike being given back to us inoperable and in pieces out of retaliation for not agreeing to let them do bogus work for things that weren't in need of repair. The original damage was a small ding in the rear rim, that's it. They submitted a claim to the insurance for suspiciously just under the value of the bike which included parts from all over the bike, and then boldly refused to let us have the bike back unless we let them do the work. After we didn't buy into the service manager's ridiculous claim that he was legally entitled to keep the bike unless we had them repair it, he resorted to threats and intimidation, stating that he would take steps to prevent the insurance company from giving us any money on the actual damages if we didn't let them do the work. All of this is blatantly illegal, but the service manager had no reservations about making these threats and lies in the presence of other staff, so it's apparently an accepted business practice there do this to customers. In the end, out of retaliation, they tried to give the bike, that had been brought to them in perfect working condition and fully assembled, back to us inoperable and in pieces, saying that since we wouldn't let them do the work, it was our problem to reassemble the bike that they had dismantled. These guys have balls. A few years ago, when we thought they were under different ownership, they did something similar but much worse. We brought a bike in for a regular service that we had bought from them new, had them perform all of the scheduled services on, and preserved in brand new condition. A few days later they called us and told us that the engine was destroyed and all of the major components were worn and damaged and had to be replaced. This was a bike that had the oil changed every three hundred miles and was meticulously cared for, oil checked before every ride, never close to redlining the engine or letting the temperature elevate above normal operating range. We never authorized an engine tear down yet they claimed to have a box of damaged and worn out parts from the engine if we didn't believe them. They basically extorted several thousand dollars from us by threatening to return the engine with all the damaged parts if we didn't pay them several thousand dollars (nearly half the new price of the bike) to do the repairs. It was the last scheduled warrantee service for the bike and they new we wouldn't be bringing in anymore, so they decided to screw us on this last one. We were left with no choice other than pay them or get and attorney and try and prove that the parts in the box didn't come from our engine, which would have been impossible to prove. We owed them $1,200 for the warrantee service and if we didn't pay for the repairs we'd have to pay for the engine tear down that we didn't authorize and get an engine back with the box of damaged lifters, rockers, rods and camshafts. The cost of the repair was half of what we paid for the bike brand new. We got screwed bad. Don't be fooled by the name change, they're the same shady operation they were then. Be warned if your considering buying or servicing here.
Peanut October 4, 2012 05:14 PM
BUYER BEWARE!!! BUYER BEWARE!!! I bought two bikes from them and both had below required levels on fluids, and they charge $679 pre delivery fee for WHAT? Scott the manager, and Tom the sales guy are both in my opinion are NOT honest buisness people. They do not care about previous customers and even after going to the owner still would not work with me. They tried to say a Yamaha that was 6 years old was still worth the original MSRP of $8500 with 27,000 miles on it. Again,, the worse service I have ever been through. Oh,,,let me also add that they charge $110 dollars an hour for service labor!!! and I thought it was just a Honda, NOT A Ferrari. When they came up with the final figures to purchase the Yamaha, none of the figures added up, and my wife is an certified ACCOUNTANT !!!! If you go there, take your own can of Vaseline!!
Fred Burger August 8, 2010 06:40 AM
I was looking for Suzuki Cruiser looked on your website and nothing drives me crazy like businesses that show items and put call for quote.
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