Nowra Motorcycles no longer selling Triumph

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    MittzyThe Hooligan - Just Doing Stuff

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    Spoke to Josh at Nowra Motorcycles an he tells me they are dropping Triumph - Interesting. Don't know why
     
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    Rough guess would be he is not making money from them, sad to see a dealer go but business 101 dictates what you sell and what you do not.:(
     
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    That or Triumph have gone all "exclusive" on them. I know of dealers who have been pressured into NOT offering similar beasts from 2 marques.
     
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    The dealer bear me only sold triumphs and now have bmw also??
     
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    Doubt that very much all the triumph dealerships I have been in (in the States) carried two or more brands.
     
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