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Hey guys! Do anyone knows if theres a Yamaha showroom here in Singapore, because I'm interested to try/sit on a Yamaha R3

 

 

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Why not you just go down to the authorised dealer? Hong Leong?

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Hong Leong are not very responsive, previously enquired about the R1 via email and they didnt bother replying, visited the showroom and the Sales person was out for lunch, left my telephone and they never even bothered calling me....imagine is you had a issue with a bike your bought from them.

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Hong Leong are not very responsive, previously enquired about the R1 via email and they didnt bother replying, visited the showroom and the Sales person was out for lunch, left my telephone and they never even bothered calling me....imagine is you had a issue with a bike your bought from them.

 

Strange. Their repair department seems to be popular though, even with bikes that are clearly long out of warranty like RXZ. It's very rare that people bring their out-of-warranty vehicles back to the main agent for repair, so they must be doing something right.

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Have you try the one in ubi? Saw a number of bikes when I pass-by there

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Hong Leong are not very responsive, previously enquired about the R1 via email and they didnt bother replying, visited the showroom and the Sales person was out for lunch, left my telephone and they never even bothered calling me....imagine is you had a issue with a bike your bought from them.

 

Agree. I went down there to see as well. Can't touch the bike as the person there not very happy, even when I asked for permission. Their sales there not very helpful. Ask for the price, they gave me a piece of paper and tell me everything in there. If you don't like to be pushed to buy, this is a very good place to ssrr.

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For Hong Leong Yamaha at Paya Lebar, you can sit on the bikes except for Yamaha R1, R6 and Mt-10... I just paid them a visit with my friend who is interested in the MT-09. Drooling looking at the new R6.... Same the lady sales just pass you the price list and that it.. Guess their sales is to distribute bike to bike dealer etc instead to consumer. But you can really take your time to see and feel the bikes except for R1, R6 and MT-10...

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i dragged the my wife to sit on the mt03 at the HL cycle showroom at autobay....the sales lady was happy to accommodate though...i tink if u ask nicely of coz they would let u sit....the most u look out for R3 outside at carparks n try sit down on it n stand w ur right foot on the brakes n left foot how much is it full on the ground.......at least the r3 can be found here n there.....

I ride at 70km/hr only...please please dont blow2 at me or overtake me dangerously....wait i change into Incredible Hulk n dont know why my little baby bike will always be ahead of u if u do that

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the most u look out for R3 outside at carparks n try sit down on it n stand w ur right foot on the brakes n left foot how much is it full on the ground.......at least the r3 can be found here n there.....

 

Please don't do this. If people like you sit on other people's bikes in a carpark without permission and the owner sees it, you really deserve to be beaten up.

 

I am usually okay when people ask me nicely if they can try sitting on mine. At least learn some basic human decency.

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Maybe I looked like I might damage their bike. LOL

 

i dragged the my wife to sit on the mt03 at the HL cycle showroom at autobay....the sales lady was happy to accommodate though...i tink if u ask nicely of coz they would let u sit....

 

Actually you can rent bike in Singapore if you really like to test. I rented from Ban Hock Hin before and the condition of their cb400x was quite good. Except for the high deposit required, $1,500!!!

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