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My biggest piece of advise is ride a Griso as much as possible before buy a Griso to make sure it is the bike for you. When my Griso was my only Guzzi it was great. When I had two Guzzi's it was my second favorite. When it was my third Guzzi it was my third favorite and so on. Eventually I sold it preferring the V50, V7R and a Eldo over it. If you have to resell because you find you don't like it plan on taking a financial thrashing. ****
Thanks guys for giving me a little peace of mind.I still haven't been able to sit on the bike, its just to hard right now with work to get the free time, but Im still in talks with this dealer so Ill let you know how it turns out.
Ok ..I have been in discussions with a Guzzi dealer about acquiring a new 2015 Griso. one heck of deal btw!! ( I have had 2 Triumphs and 2 Ducs) I have a few concerns that I would like to get some of your opinions on. I live in Southwest Ohio (in between Cincy and Dayton) and have no dealer within 3.5 -4 hrs. How do most of you all who live hrs away from a dealer get warranty work done? Just trailer it or can dealers send you the part? next... I can do most basic maintenance, but have never done valve adjustments how hard are they to do? Do you all know of any individuals in SW Ohio who might be willing to show me the ropes. Thanks for your helpMike
There should be a NEW Guzzi dealer in Cincinnati VERY soon.
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