I purchased a new Kawasaki Versys from them in Feb. 2010. They had quoted a fair price so I visited. My salesman was pleasant from the beginning and easy to work with throughout the transaction. Also met the parts manager and techs. Seemed very down to earth and friendly. Will visit again.
Posted: 9/30/2011 • Link to this review
This may be a good place for motorcyles, but do not bring a pwc (jetski) here. They sold me a battery I didn't need, then told me they would have to pull the motor to test the stator ($$$). The factory repair manual shows how to test the stator in five minutes by removing the airbox and one connector. Either they don't have the manual, didn't read it, or they were trying to rip me off. Since they didn't recommend the motor pull as a first step, I'll believe that they just didn't know.
Posted: 7/13/2009 • Link to this review
They have finally got some techs in the back that know what they are doing. One tech I've followed around from place to place. He has made his home here. He loves working at Millennium. They treat him right so he can shine with his abilites. He has over 10 years experience working for dealers. He can figure out problems cheaper that other places would to just replace the expensive parts to get your money. This is the only place my bikes would go. He is willing to work on Kawasaki, Yamaha and Hondas (provided they can get the honda parts).
Posted: 7/30/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
immediatly greeted as i came through the front door. not harrassed but extremely helpful and wasn't turned off by telling them i wasn't buying today. eventually bought there. still happpy with them.
Posted: 12/09/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I admit, I don't own a Kawasaki. But, every bike shop sells oil and other common parts. Upon going in, I was ignored, but when I finally did get help, they did a great job.
Posted: 11/08/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I went here to shop for a bike. After being ignored for the span of about 45 minutes without even an "I'll be right with you" I finally was able to access a salesperson. (Mind you, I had to camp out in his chair and look at him longingly each of the four times he passed me by) When I expressed my interest to him, he really did not even take the time to go over the specs of the machiene I was interested in. He just handed me a phamplet and told me to look at it and he would "be right back." Fifteen minutes later he was. The only interest I got out of him was when I mentioned that I would definately be purchasing soon but just wanted to look around. He actually looked at me at that time so I was then able to ask HIM for a price list. Just BOO!
Posted: 10/19/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review