by Chtent
(Sykesville, MD, USA)

I recently purchased a trike from I have had tons of problems with the Trike and had to contact the dealer many times.

The one thing I really didn't like about this purchase was they don't see the trike. It gets drop shipped to the customer. I was told that the trike would be tested and checked out (not by the dealer but by ICE BEAR in California) once it was received into the country but I am pretty sure that never happened.

In fact this is what I based my decision on whether to make a purchase or not. I was told also that the trike would go 75-80 mph and 65 mph seems to be the top end. Maybe there are some that will but mine won't.

The dealer did tell me that they would do whatever was needed to take care of any problems and I have to admit they have. However you need to make sure you speak with the right person. Mike and Juan are great contacts and really seem to care about making things work. They have helped me get the trike on the road as there was some shipping damage and several other things wrong.

I would make another purchase from Killer Motorsports but I would not purchase anything without having them check it out first.

Don't purchase any of the scooters from China without having the dealer check them out thoroughly first. If you have to pay a bit more, do it because it is worth it.

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Dec 06, 2015
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by: Q

You mentioned having paid extra for a Pre delivery inspection by the dealer and being confident that that hadn't occurred. You go on to recommend that if buying one of these make sure the dealer checks it out. How can one ensure that this will occur if paying for that service does not necessarily mean it's guaranteed to be done?

Oct 20, 2015
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by: Anonymous

Nice review Chtent. you are good to have this review about the trike you purchased. Also buy dissertations online is good for the students as it is always the best to deliver what we are required.

Nov 04, 2011
by: Jim Zeiser

Anytime you buy a scooter online there will be bugs to work out. The reason you pay more for anything from a dealer is because they charge Prep to fix them in advance. Chinese scooters are all tight when they're new and get faster and stronger with age. Mine is a totally different creature at 6,000 miles than it was at 600. It struggled then to do 50 mph but now my Wife has had it up to 55 with more on hand. Once you have it all straightened out you'll feel much better about it.

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