East Coast Powersports

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2915 Brunswick Pike
Trenton, New Jersey
We Carry: KYMCO | Kawasaki | Suzuki |

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Longtall 69 (I am a Customer)
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Mar. 11, 2017
Do yourself a favor, and don't do business here unless your intent is to be lied to and ripped off...... Especially if you have any dealings with the owner Gino! I conniving crook for 30 years, and still going strong! Went there for a simple ignition issue on my Kawasaki 450R and this thief tried to tell me that the bike had no compression ...needed piston and rings among everything else in the world! Come to find out, it needed a new ignition and a wire was disconnected! $250 fix compared to his $2,500 quote!! As I continue to tell other about my experience with these clowns ,EVERYONE I TALK TO HAVE HAD THE SAME RIP-OFF TACTIC PULLED ON THEM IN THE PAST! Gino.... Your a P.O.S. And your workers agree!!
Mark (I am a Customer)
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Dec. 05, 2016
This place is a joke. I went in to look at a used riding mower they had out front. I asked if I would be able to start it up and ride on it to make sure everything ran as it should. I was told that nothing was allowed to be test driven and that I would have to take their word that it was in good working order. I never heard of a power sports place that would make you purchase something before being able to make sure it ran.
Shonda (I am a Customer)
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Jul. 12, 2013
I was a first time used bike buyer. I was sold a used Kawasaki Vulcan with dry rotted tires. I never knew what dry rotted tires was until my boss on my job showed me 2 months later. The whole time I had the bike I had fuel leakage problems. I find out the all the fuel lines were dry rotted too. I Took the bike back to the shop and got the carb. rebuilt for $600 bucks. After getting the bike back,(I couldn't pull the choke knob out)1 week later I had to take it to another shop for a leaking hose on the radiator. That shop asked me who did the carb work because the bike was running to lean..(whatever that means) They did a carb adjustment for me and also fixed the choke problem. After that I quickly sold the bike and bought another bike from a private owner. I'm kinda glad East Coast Powersports is finally out of my life. I don't think I'll ever buy a used bike from a shop again.