Beware of Your “New” Bike from Biggs Harley Davidson

Last year, our client filed a lawsuit against Biggs Harley Davidson in San Diego County when she found out that the motorcycle she purchased, which was supposed to be brand new, had actually had numerous repairs before the purchase, including swapping out the entire frame of the motorcycle. No one at the dealership disclosed these repairs, which she alleged violated California law, which requires that material damage sustained by a new vehicle must be disclosed to a buyer before purchase. In a recent deposition, a spokesperson for the dealership admitted that Biggs Harley Davidson has a pattern and practice of failing to disclose material damage so long as that material damage was repaired under the Harley Davidson warranty. If you feel you bought a new bike that actually wasn’t new, give us a call at 858-348-1005.