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United Motors V2S-250R and V2S-650R?
September 5, 2009 at 11:09 am #3400SafetyFirstParticipant
I was playing Motorcycle Madness game on Facebook (yeah, I know) and noticed it as one of the bikes. Google the bike, and I gotta wonder — why didn’t I know about this bike until now?
Both V-twins. That V-twin 250 looks fairly reasonable compared to a newer Ninja 250 assuming it’s not a pile of crud. Only thing is, I never heard of United Motors in my life. Nearest dealer is 45 miles from here.
Do we have two more for the spreadsheet?September 7, 2009 at 1:12 pm #22225WeaponZeroParticipant
United Motors doesn’t produce their own motorcycles. They import and sell Hyosung bikes to the US. Hyosung is a Korean brand right now that is considered a very risky buy as their dealership and parts network is practically nonexistent. Many people have complained of not being able to get their “under warranty” bikes fixed simply becuase the parts needed to fix the problem aren’t available even to dealerships. And their reliability is a bit more spotty than the more well known brands. Models with Digital/LED dashes are known for losing the entire dash.
This is all information I learned from a friend of mine who is a technician at a dealership that used to sell Hyosung motorcycles but stopped carrying the brand because they were unable to honor warranties on bikes they sold due to lack of parts availability.May 29, 2015 at 2:44 am #29814Irfan Chandra IrawanGuest
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