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Arizona Superbike

Arizona Superbike is a motorcycle dealership located in Chandler, AZ selling Aprilia, Ducati, KTM, Moto Guzzi, Triumph motorcycles. Contact and map Arizona Superbike through Motorcycle USA’s Dealer Locator.
3245 N. Arizona Ave. Ste. E-8
Chandler, AZ 85225
480-898-0559
Aprilia, Ducati, KTM, Moto Guzzi, Triumph
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platinum August 4, 2012 01:32 PM
I'm a distinguished gentleman, but the salesman treated me otherwise. He made me feel like I was not worth his time. He showed me a highmileage bike that was dropped, damaged, and had 2 bald tires. When I told him my offer for it, he acted like I was insulting him.

The mechanic was very nice and helpful.

Don't buy here.
Billy G November 23, 2009 02:53 PM
Spamming on Craigslist by their address or phone number under individual listings; trying for free advertising and violating Craigslist rules. Yet another questionable business ethic from these guys... and to note they are too cheap to purchase advertisement legally.
Billy Gaggard August 18, 2009 07:28 PM
I tried to finance through the store and somehow kept getting denied even though I was putting down more then half on the bike. After going elsewhere to finance it and purchasing their bike a week later I received the denial letter and they were trying to finance 120% of the actual bike; no wonder I was denied. This is a typical dealer scam where they jack up the APR so they can pocket money and so that they can finance your extended warranty (which I had already advised I did not want). I rode the bike about 25 miles and the speedometer cable broke. Bought an odometer cable from them (it was a AS-IS bike) and it broke again. Realized that when they put the new tire on the front, while they still owned it, they jacked the cable and essentially broke both. Spoke to the owner, Greg, who pompously told me it was my fault for trying to work on the bike myself, didn't care to know how they made the mistake so they wouldn't do it again, and then tried to sell me the cable at only 5% off. I refused, went to another dealership only to find out the OEM cable was $20 cheaper then what they were trying to sell me it for. Buyer Beware! While the repair guys are helpful the owner and sales guys are shady.
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