Interstate All Battery Center of Portland
9710 SE Washington St, Portland, OR 97216
Every Battery for Every Need. Be Green. Bring Us Your Used Batteries & We Will Safely Dispose.
When you need a battery, of any size, for any device, come to your neighborhood Interstate All Battery Center. With more than 16,000 portable power solutions we truly have Every Battery for Every Need. Since 1952, America has trusted the Interstate brand for quality batteries and Outrageously Dependable service. Not only will our experts make it easy to find just the right battery, but we can handle all your battery recycling needs as well! Come in today!
Did you know that you can save money by using our battery rebuild services? Each store has a battery expert on duty who can rebuild the battery pack for your power tools, cordless shavers and other devices, often while you wait.
From a corner convenience store to a state-of-the art hospital, every business relies on battery power to get the job done. Talk to the experts at Interstate All Battery Center about creating a commercial account for your business. With volume discounts and convenient delivery, opening a commercial account may be the best business decision you've made all day!
Not only do we make finding the right battery easy, but we make recycling easy too by accepting automotive, rechargeable, alkalines, any used battery you want to have safely disposed. Join us in our commitment to our community and our environment by dropping off your used batteries today.
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Phone: (503) 252-3400
Fax: (503) 292-1054
We are across from the Raleigh Hills Fred Meyer east entrance.
Bike Parking: Yes
Parking: Lot, Private
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
05/18/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I would go nowhere else than to Portland Motorcycle for sales, parts and service. These guys are awesome and they are still in business! Can't say that for all the BMW Dealers in Oregon... So they must be doing something right. I know for a fact that they will bend over backwards to make you a satisfied customer as long as it is a reasonable request. Problem is everyone wants something for nothing, unfortunately they are not in business to give things away.
Cheers to you guys at Portland Motorcycle I hope you are in business for many years to come!
03/08/2011Provided by Citysearch -
This is getting ridiculous. They have had my bike for over three months now and it still is not done! Not to mention the reason it is there in the first place is to have it painted to fix the tank and fairing that were damaged when they dropped it in the shop. Which by the way they ""forgot"" to tell me about when I picked my bike up from a simple repair that took way to long in the first place. I had to go back the next day and ask them about it. I have been promised my bike back every week since the end of January and I still don't have it in the second week of March! They are always very friendly and seemingly helpful when I call, but nothing ever gets done, it is always the owners fault or the painters fault or something else. I am getting incredibly frustrated. If it wasn't the middle of winter while this was going on I would have been down there every day asking when my bike was going to be done. I do not recommend this place at all, please take warning!
02/06/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Please heed the call from a motorcycle enthusiast of 40 years. If you love your motorcycle as much as I do and have dropped every spare penny into it that you could possibly muster- then do not take your pride and joy to this shop for any kind of repair!!! The first time I went there I had diagnostic work done on my electronic fuel injection. They could not find the problem. But on the way home I sure found some problems! My wife was behind me in her car and started flashing her lights to pull over. She informed me that something was hanging down from the bottom of the bike and bouncing off the blacktop. Two of the breather hoses from the fuel tank never got reconnected to the tank. When I got home and unbolted the tank, not only did they not get connected; but the two little hose clamps that keeps them connected to the spouts were nowhere to be found! So I'm the kind of guy who likes to give people a second chance when they screw up as someone did for me many years back. I called the service manager the following year and explained to him what had happened the previous year. To make a long story short; I agreed to bring the bike in this year (2011) for a tune-up and to have a new fuel level sensor installed. He told me that they would make an adjustment in the labor fees to make up for the previous encounter( which never happened ). I get a call a month later from the shop,and they tell me that there is a problem. Their technician accidentally spilled gas on my custom paint job which caused the clear coat to rise and bubble. The whole ordeal was a nightmare! That paint job was a Christmas gift from my wife and I was extremely proud of it!! Then they tried to blame the painter stating that he didn't use the proper clear coat which didn't adhere properly to the base coat etc. etc. This painter is a pro who came highly recommended to my wife. The bottom line here is quite plain and simple. If you were working on somebodies pride and joy that had a custom paint job; wouldn't you take extra precautions to ensure that absolutely nothing ended up on that paint job? Why is it that gas station attendants never attempt to fill up a motorcyclists bike. Because they're even smart enough to know what those machines mean to us. They did do a good job at fixing the tank and matching my previous paint job.So I will be telling every rider that I come into contact with, about my horrible experience at Portland Motorcycle. They will never get another cent from me- you can count on that!!! Oh, and by the way... my bike was there for two months.
03/01/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I have never had a problem with this shop. They've gone out of their way to help me figure out a problem with my bike, even though I wasn't purchasing anything at the time. In my experience, they rank far above the other Kawasaki dealers in the area.I also love looking at all their pretty bikes.. espcially the Triumps. Drool..
01/01/2009Provided by Citysearch -
If you need parts for your airhead, this is the place to go. You're not likely to find a more knowledgeable BMW parts guy than Jim in town. The parts guys really try to get what you need the first time. The apparel and accessory selection is pretty slim most of the time, but they generally have the basics, like oil filters and such. I'm sure business is slow right now (whose isn't?), so I understand why inventory is small. I prefer to avoid ordering things, but I realize its impossible to carry everything in stock. The showroom is nice and big, and they always seem to have plenty of bikes to look at. Responses to emails are quick (generally). Dave in Service is always friendly and goes out of his way to help.
09/07/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Some guys and I where talking shop tonight and Portland Motorcycle co came up to where we all had poor we experiences with them. We decided to post here.
Portland Motorcycle co is great if you know the who, what, when, and where of what you want. But don?t rely on their staff to help get you where you want to go. They do have quite a big stock of Triumphs, Suzuki?s, Kawasaki's, some BMW's and so on. Prices are okay, and I don?t know much about how great they are for financing as I never bothered to get that far with them.
I went there for some parts questions and felt as if I was annoying the guy just for asking. He didn?t seem to want to help me, and was overall unenthused. You don?t have to jump up and down for me, but at least look up and talk to me eye to eye.
It also seems they are a bit more interested in having younger gals roaming about (probably for a sales tactic which is understandable) as their sales staff, than they are about having a knowledgeable and helpful sales staff. Anyone I met there seemed to try and promote and push bikes, even if you weren?t interested. For example, when my friend asked about what kind of bike would be good for his girlfriend, a beginning rider, (standing next to him at the time) the sales girl tried to persuade him to look at a v-strom, a bike of which was obviously not at all good for his girlfriend, being that it was too high, too heavy and not at all something you would get a first time rider on. After that my friend, the customer, suggested five appropriate bikes to the sales girl in return.
I like places where I am not hounded by sales staff, but equally, I don?t like places on the other end of the spectrum where the sales staff isn?t much help at all.