Interesting Call This Morning
I just got off the phone with the salesman that sold me my DL1000K6. He called to see how I was enjoying the bike and when I was going to bring it in for it's 600 mile service.
When I told him I was coming up on 4000 miles, there was a bit of silence on the phone. Then he said, "Well, I guess you are enjoying riding that V-Strom!" I told him I was and that I'm kind of upset at myself for not buying one a few years ago. But that I am totally enjoying the bike and keeping all the service up on it in my shop.
Then he made a statement to me that got my attention - loud and clear!
"The V-Strom is a very popular bike. I can't get any used bikes in to sell. If you are interested, I can let you buy a new DL1000 each year for about $1500." Like I said, that got my attention.
At the rate I'm riding, I'll have about 30,000 on the bike after the first year of ownership. Heck, $1500 is not much to upgrade each year to a new bike. I hope it stays that way when I go in and talk to him in another 11 months.
Does this sound feasible?