For some riding motorbikes is dangerous activity but so brave hearts they find it thrilling. Motor riding gives an excitement that no other car can provide.
If you have a keen mind, quick reflexes and have the ability to handle hair-raising situations and want to purchase a motorcycle. Here are some tips that can help you choose the right motorcycle for you.
CHECK THE OVERALL CONDITION
- If it is used motorcycle
- Look for scratches, dents, side -cover tabs
- Look for tears and missing trim, collapsed foam
- It should be rust-free
WHAT TYPE OF MOTORCYCLE TO BUY
If it is your first time to buy a motorcycle there are things that you have to consider. For example, you should take into consideration your body built. Big bike is not for someone who has a small body built. The weight of a big bike is hard to handle when you are on the road.
Here are 10 best motorcycle cars for sale for beginner riders.
- Suzuki GW250
Engine: 4 strokes, 2-cylinder SOHC
- Kawasaki KLX250S
Engine: 4 strokes, liquid – cooled DOHC
Transmission: 5 – speed
Engine: 4 stroke, 1-cylinder, air -cooled
Transmission: 5- speed
- Suzuki DR 200
Engine: 4 strokes, air – cooled OHC
Transmission: 5 – speed
- KTM390 DUKE and 200 duke
Displacement: 373 cc
Engine: 4 strokes, water – cooled DOHC
Transmission: 6 – speed
VISIT A DEALERSHIP
If you already decided what motorcycle you want to purchase you can now visit a dealership that sells it.
Private sale usually provides a lower price but it can leave you without warranty. You can check the internet for the list of the accredited seller in your place. They offer warranty for the first few months of your purchase. When buying a motorcycle, be sure to ask everything you want to know. It can help you decide which one to choose.
DO A TEST DRIVE
Test drive can affect your decision, for it can show you how that particular motorcycle performs.
Try different types of motorcycle that you can handle. This will help you maximize your choices.
CHECK THE PRICE
First, know the price of the motorcycle that you intend to buy whether you are going to buy a used motorcycle or new motorcycle. Make sure you can afford the monthly payment for the new motorcycle.
The difference from private seller to a dealership is that the private seller always requires the full purchasing price, cash in hand, while in dealership there will be a financing options, some even offers zero percent interest.