Thinking about an upgrade
When I first got my motorcycle, I did not know that I was going to get bored of it so quickly; It has been 4 months and I am already thinking about upgrading to a faster motorcycle.
I am open for options, but I know for sure that I want a super-sport, the ones that hit 60 mph in 3 seconds and are already prepared for the track. The reason I want to get a more powerful motorcycle is that I am moving to Gainesville, and I will need one of those to go back and forth.
A super sport motorcycle costs about $15,000; it is an expensive toy, but they are worth it. I am still debating about either buying one new, or buying one used.
The pros of getting a new one is that there is an active warranty on the motorcycle, meaning is any part breaks or stops working, the replacement of the part or parts is free.
However, there are more cons for getting an used motorcycle than pros, they are more expensive, since they are brand new, it should be checked up more frequently, and they cost more to service and parts.
In the other hand, a used motorcycle might be cheaper, but the person who is buying has to take a risk because they do not know what the previous owner did to it. If a used motorcycle breaks, the money for the repair comes from the owner’s pocket and the warranty is probably