Would have thought all? Its an expensive consumer product. Cars and motorcycles do! I have sold motorcycles after a couple of months with the remainder of the 24 month warranty going to the new buyer.Hi.
Is there any manufacturer’s that allow there warranty to be transferred.
That's a real pain, suppose if it is in black and white on the warranty, then that is the case????Hi.
I ask the question because of the four manufacturers I checked on, all stated the warranty was with the original owner.
I am trying to purchase a new or nearly new and with this info it makes a nearly new impossible to buy because it has an almost new price but, no warranty.
Sorry, that's utter tosh. Care to explain how a purchaser of a second hand item can enforce anything against a company they don't have a contract with? There's only a slim chance of a warranty claim on second hand goods and that's when the manufacturer specifically gives 'third party rights' , which almost never happens.You still have extensive protection under general consumer rights laws. Companies often make statements of limitations in their warranties that are not actually legally correct in the hope of persuading customers they have fewer rights than they actually do. I don't know what the situation is with e-bikes, probably the same as with other higher cost consumer products. If anyone on this forum is a member of Which? they might ask their legal department.
Where is that from? From https://www.specialized.com/gb/en/warrantySpecialized warranty is now 4 years.
For piece of mind 10% sound fair , for a lot of folks another two years ?I agree, maybe on electronic parts only, however as the bicycle parts are easily replaceable and not as expensive as the electronics it would probably be easier to cover the whole bike. The cost would be in the region of 10% of the bike value. Does that sound too high?
I'm sure you would be delighted with either of these and both with Yamaha motors, the problem may be sourcing one!Good point, well made.
I am to old for the hassle, so I am thinking , go new.
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Haibike Sduro Hardseven 6.0