I was planning to pick up my new bike at a dealer out of state last weekend (which I did). Knowing that the demo truck was scheduled to be in town today, and that they would give me a $1000 coupon for test riding, I post a question on here about the coupon here and got mixed answers, so I called the dealer. I told the dealer about the truck being here today, and that for an additional $1000 in accessories I'd gladly wait another week to pickup the bike.
The dealer didn't know exactly what the details of the coupon would be so he said he'd get back to me, here is his response:
I talked with our Victory rep and he is saying if you go to the test ride the coupon card can only be used at that dealer. He also said if you use the demo ride coupon you loose the some of the other rebates they are offering at this time. Let me know if this makes any sense to you.
Given the response I went ahead and picked up the bike last week.
Today I went over to the demo ride and of course got the coupon and nowhere on the coupon is a dealer name or anything that states where it must be used. It also clearly states that it can be combined with any other offers, but not other coupons (which I did not have).
I've contacted the dealer and he is trying to get in contact with the rep, who is apparently at the local demo ride.
FYI, I had not signed any paperwork prior to picking up the bike, so the purchase was made on the day of pickup which could have easily been today instead of last week.
So what's you guys opinion? Mine is that Victory or the dealer owes me $1000 in accessories or $1000 refund on the accessories I already paid for.
The dealer has been great to work with and I seriously doubt this is their mistake as I assume the coupon would have been covered by Victory