When I decided that I wanted a motorcycle, I did a lot of research and then I sat on a lot of motorcycles at a lot of dealerships. Some sales people where very pushy or had no time at all for my numerous questions, while others would just pretended that I did not exist. In then end, my final decision was between four motorcycles and one was the Suzuki V-Strom DL650A. I had previously visited Plano Kawasaki Suzuki and I liked the sales approach which was informative without being pushy or bashing competing brands. I called them to ask if they had a DL650 that I could sit on, and the answer was no, but that they where expecting one to arrive in a few weeks and then they took down my contact information and promised to give me a call. They did. I had a sit and the bike felt good, but I also went for a sit on a couple of Honda models and a Yamaha at other dealerships. About a week later I bought the Suzuki. The after sales support has also been great. I have ordered parts, and a shop manual, and such and I get a call as soon as a part comes in. I think the best part of my experience was the relaxed, no pressure and informative sales approach that I experienced as a new rider. When I took delivery on my new moto, one of the sales people, Tom, geared up and went for an hour ride with me to make sure that I was comfortable on the bike. My V-Strom was a lot bigger than the tinny motorcycles in my MSF basic rider class, but after some parking lot practice drills and the ride with Tom, I was sure I had made a good choice. For those who are just starting out, I would recommend getting some help sorting out all the issues involved in choosing a good model for a first bike from the folks at Plano Kawasaki Suzuki.
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I went in Wednesday to send an int'l wire. Since Bank of Texas had just closed my branch and at least 7 more branches in my town, I had to find the closest one from the only two that were left. This location is brand new. As I walked in, it looked like the bank was closed. It was dark and one teller was running the entire bank. But, he was behind the wall and out of site helping someone else at the drive in teller. As I yelled out to see if someone was there he came from the corner, was kind and apologized. As I told him what I needed, he promptly told me he would have someone come to help me because he couldn't do wire transfers, and he went back behind the wall. After waiting more than 15 mins. and no one came from their offices, I wondered whether anyone even knew I was there. I decided it was time to try to other location, just to see if I wanted to continue banking here. As I walked out, the person that was supposed to be helping me decided to stop what he was doing on the computer and tell me he was available instead of making me wait longer. I told him I would come back when they were better able to handle my business, and I left. I ended up going to the other branch, and I'm glad I did. They handled all my needs and were friendly, helpful and AVAILABLE. I'm paying my mortgage off soon and also had the mortage dept. contact me about a new mortgage for lake property/plot. However, it still concerns me deeply that the Bank of Texas has closed 8 banks "all of the sudden" in Plano and has only 2 left. Of those 2, they are operating on skeleton crews and the service reflects this at this location!
I have a 2015 Kawasaki Ninja 650 that I wanted to add LED Lighting to and frame sliders. When I called and spoke to Bob Bishop in the parts department, he quoted me a great price...50% less than I was quoted at another dealership. I drove in, dropped her off, was told it would take a few hours and would be done in the afternoon. I came back to pick her up and everything was perfect. On top of that, I thanked them for giving me a great price and told them what I was offered at the other dealership. Bob explained that after it was all said and done, it took longer than expected and it would have cost me about the same of what I was originally quoted by the first dealer. Nonetheless, he said they would stick to their original quote and I was incredibly grateful. A business that stands by their word is a business worth going to. I highly recommend anyone to go see Bob and his crew at Plano-Kawasaki-Suzuki. They are a good group of guys!