Del Amo Motorsports

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null 2500 Marine Avenue
Redondo Beach, California
90278
310-220-2223
We Carry: Can-Am™ | Ducati | KTM | Kawasaki | Suzuki | Yamaha |

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Willie Gantt (I am a Customer)
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Mar. 17, 2014
After not riding for thirty year It was time to get back on the bike. I have been to lots of dealer ships and this one, has impressed me.
The first time my wife and I went there, they were closing the shop for the day. My wife explained to them we came out of way to shop. The let us in to look around and the staff was great. We went back the next day and bought a motor cycle at a very fair price. I recommend them highly.

b stacy (I am a Customer)
Helpful? 1  1
Jul. 12, 2013
called these guys about a question in regards to a ultra 150 . needing to know if the pump needed oil or not . the guy was very helpful and seem to be on his game .. kudos to the service dept
Rick Blair (I visited this Dealer)
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Jun. 20, 2013
I have been to this dealer less than a month ago to check a Spyder and I had to write something just to let people know that they are not that bad...
First of all they have a huge showroom comparing to other motorcycle dealers. Sales guys are definitely knowledgeable. I did my homework before I went there but they showed me a lot more right on the spot.
I find out that most of them are also riders. We ride the same trails. So they DO know their stuff.
I didnt check their P&A department in detail, just a quick walk through and I am telling you, it is bigger than an average motorcycle shop. They have a huge selection of Alpinestars, Icons, Shoei and other helmets.
Pricing is a typical dealer pricing. Most of the apparel are marked at MSRP. Bike prices seems to be high but that's why you go there, to negotiate and get a bike. They will not give you the best deal as soon as you walk in.
Overall all, they know what they are doing, they have a huge selection and their customer service is as good as it gets in a big dealership like that.
gixerkiller (I visited this Dealer)
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Feb. 16, 2013
Poor training, lack of quick service, prices are way to high and the staff forces "extras" down your throat like extended warranties and insurance even when you say no.

Parts guys can't think for themselves and can't find or don't know how to find obscure or old parts.

There is no "customer service" here, only the bottom line.

This place represents the most hated aspects of the "new" motorcycle industry.