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    Quote Originally Posted by BeemerBaz View Post
    Bought 3 bikes from Balderston in the last 3 yrs, 2 new 1 s/h. Always dealt with TJ, no bullshitting just a fair deal. All the staff there from sales, service, clothing etc are first rate. I'm not one to haggle over a few £100 if the overall package is good.
    Conversely I've always found Baldersones to be hideously expensive with a 'Take it or leave it' approach........

    Quote Originally Posted by thebuyer View Post

    I was in Leeds earlier in week ... And had terrible experience at Allan Jefferies... And people rav over them
    .....and Jefferies have always been more than willing to do the best possible deal.

    It's an odd old world, isn't it?

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    .....and Jefferies have always been more than willing to do the best possible deal.

    It's an odd old world, isn't it?[/QUOTE]


    The showroom was dead.. No customers... One scruffy salesman searching cars on auto trader ... One young salesman texting his mate ... And when eventually spoken too, I asked about availability of TB ... Only wanted to start filling enquiry form out ... No offer of coffee or sit down ...

    I'm surprised they sell anything with that attitude !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebuyer View Post
    .....and Jefferies have always been more than willing to do the best possible deal.

    It's an odd old world, isn't it?

    The showroom was dead.. No customers... One scruffy salesman searching cars on auto trader ... One young salesman texting his mate ... And when eventually spoken too, I asked about availability of TB ... Only wanted to start filling enquiry form out ... No offer of coffee or sit down ...

    I'm surprised they sell anything with that attitude !!![/QUOTE]

    Fuck 'em

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    I said I'd seen for £15290, and all I got back was 'are they euro 4' 'they will be euro 3' Really was willing to do a deal if they could match that and give me a fair px and get over Euro 4 but it was like pulling teeth. Maybe I should go in but, been really busy at work, I do prefer to deal with the sales manager, it usually cuts out a layer of bullshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiRich View Post
    I said I'd seen for £15290, and all I got back was 'are they euro 4' 'they will be euro 3' Really was willing to do a deal if they could match that and give me a fair px and get over Euro 4 but it was like pulling teeth. Maybe I should go in but, been really busy at work, I do prefer to deal with the sales manager, it usually cuts out a layer of bullshit.
    I deal with the Dealer Principal, that really does cut out all the bullshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiRich View Post
    I said I'd seen for £15290, Really was willing to do a deal if they could match that and give me a fair px.
    I always thought they usually overpriced your Px to offset against the new bike so that it seemed a good deal, but expecting both is that possible !

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    So what is the best price so far for a GSA TB ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bake View Post
    So what is the best price so far for a GSA TB ?


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    Someone was selling theirs for about £7k the other day, IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    I deal with the Dealer Principal, that really does cut out all the bullshit.
    What's the point in the poor chap employing sales staff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by younger06 View Post
    What's the point in the poor chap employing sales staff?

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    They deal with the customers that don't know how to negotiate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    I deal with the Dealer Principal, that really does cut out all the bullshit.
    I bet, 'how much do you wish to pay Mr Nutty'? ''Yes of course sir'

    Quote Originally Posted by DING-DONG View Post
    I always thought they usually overpriced your Px to offset against the new bike so that it seemed a good deal, but expecting both is that possible !
    Not sure I get you ? i was unable to get any sort of price or monthly payment figure for the GSA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    They deal with the customers that don't know how to negotiate.
    Makes perfect sense to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    I deal with the Dealer Principal, that really does cut out all the bullshit.
    Not dealer principals ... Called head of business now

    And yes always best person to deal with ... They know the bottom line !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    Someone was selling theirs for about £7k the other day, IIRC.
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    Mike Andrews at Bahnstormer Alton. I've bought bikes from him since since 2003 and my GSA arrives next week. They did a cracking deal on the bike, panniers and Satnav.

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    Thanks to all for comments, think I must have rang most dealers up and down the country over the last couple of months, my local dealer at Chester came up with the best deal in the end for the GSA triple black with boxes and nab which I'm looking forwards to collecting next week


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