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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-28-2008, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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Question New Rhino: Where to buy, where to avoid?

I'm researching a new Rhino purchase. I'm near the 57/60 interchange in the East San Gabriel Valley and work near the 91/5 interchange in northern OC.

I'm looking for a good dealer, decent price and great service with minimal BS involved. What's your experience?

I went to Bert's Mega Mall and I was swarmed by 1/4 of the sales people and completely ignored by the rest.

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There are lots of great deals out there right now.....I may look for a used 1 first



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you can buy alot of used rhino set up pretty sweet for what the stealerships want for a new stock one, plus you possible would be helping a brotha in finacial trouble out. look around the forums and e-bay.

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I personaly stay away from Berts, I bought new @ North Hollywood Yamaha, but If I did it all over again, I would buy used with at least the key safety upgrades. Like they said, you will be helping someone out and saving $$$$. Trust me, you will need th3 $$$$ later once you drive it.
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There are some pretty good deals on new and used, If you don't mind passing up the tiny 6 month warranty on somehting you are going to change anyway go for the used. You will be happy!
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Buy it used...


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See Art at Montclair Motor Corp... Great guy to deal with and tell him we sent ya... I just picked up a new toy from him and I didn't need to take a shower afterwards.
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If you have to have a new one go to ridenow.com and search for dealers in your area, You will now know who NOT to buy from!
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If you have to have a new one go to ridenow.com and search for dealers in your area, You will now know who NOT to buy from!
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You financing or paying outright?
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