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  • Yamaha dealership

    hi guys... after owing a Yamaha R15 and seeing the market demand for the upcoming models of Yamaha i and one of my friend are planning to venture into motorcycle industry.. i mean we are planning to take up a dealership of yamaha in our city.

    There already is one dealer available here but that guy never has any models ready nor has the service capacity.. already has a bad reputation regarding deliveries and servicing, so i thought this might be a good oppurtunity to enter cos i heard from a guy inside the dealership that the yamaha guys are not happy with this dealer's performance and are open to new offers.

    Need help from you guys if you can give me any idea on the basic do's and don'ts or the steps to follow to take up this business.

    Any suggestions would be appriciated.

    Many thanks in advance.

    cheers.

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