JUSTICE! So , they sat on the title for FOUR months AND blamed it on the state.My title was in the mail when I checked it today. Hopefully, this was a learning opportunity for management at BMW Motorcycles Woodlands and the problems have been resolved.
Has the 'woodlands' website always had new inventory linked to www.eurotek-okc.com?I noticed the name change to Woodlands Premium Motorcycles in their spam mail out last week. Who owns it now? It's a nice place, wish the best of luck to the new owners. The site says it's owned by Woodlands Premium Powersports, the closest I can find is Texas Premium Powersports in Spring. No idea if they are under the same ownership or not.
Perception and emotion ...
One person's rip is another's sharing.
I see the OPs comments as an emotional sharing.
we've all been there where a hassle like this is anxiety filled bag of hoops an owner has to jump through ... unnecessarily. Venting occurs.
I would prefer the raw data and then let me draw my own conclusions.
Would I steer clear from BMW of Woodlands altogether based upon this thread? Probably not. But if I found myself there looking at a potential purchase, I would certainly leverage this data to my benefit.
Just as the internet makes it easy to rip someone's experiences, it also makes it easy to rip someone posting their experiences.
Badgering a thread owner's raw emotions might prevent the next poster from sharing experiences while the data and emotion is high on the list.
Give me the data and let me decide.
Thanks for the info, 2N2OUT
Buyer beware, I purchased a K1600 GT from them in July. I asked them to finance through BMW, but they used MB Financial. Terrible interest rate, but I didn't care since I would be paying it off in short order.
Flash forward to November, I paid off the bike. MB Financial finally sent me paper work mid- December along with a note saying they didn't have my title and that I needed to contact the selling dealer to get it. I emailed the finance manager late December and didn't even get a reply. Email again and will call to follow up.
It took near 8 weeks to get my license plates out of them. Harris County said they had no record, I finally got plates after weeks of nagging them. Now they didn't process the title correctly.
Unfortunately, the folks were friendly and nice to work with, but no free 600 mile service and their lack of attention to detail means I won't ever darken their door again.
A quick update. I received a call today informing me my plates had come in and were ready to be picked up. The paper work was dated for today which means they sat on the paper work for exactly 90 days. I'm not sure why they would do this, or what they would gain from it, but I now have my metal plate and I'm happy that its over.
Same experience for me as well. Almost 3 months after my purchase, no plates or title. Just excuses. . . I'm about to contact the State and start filing complaints. I am a patient person, but my patience is near the end. Sad really,
because like most people here, the sales and service were great, but this paperwork snafu is becoming a bitter pill to swallow.