Expectations about where the industry would be at this time in March were grim, but the social distancing-friendly nature of powersports vehicles proved our expectations to be incorrect – and for good reason.
When it comes to purchasing a powersports vehicle, protection is the most valuable asset in order to keep your client’s new addition in its original condition. As a dealer, we know you want to make sure your customers are equipped with the latest and greatest in terms of maintenance packages and service contracts.
McGraw Powersports’ ESC for snowmobiles provides coverage for major features of the sled, including the engine, transmission, primary drive system, electrical and cooling components, brakes, seals and gaskets, steering, and fuel and oil systems.
Ted Longworth, a longtime employee of The McGraw Group, has joined McGraw Powersports as manager of product development.
This year, the Leadership Plus Track has six different segments over two days (Sept. 26 and 27). These sessions include a training and gross profit seminar presented by Sam Dantzler.
As the technology on recreational vehicles grows more complex, components become more complicated to fix. When customers buy a new vehicle, they may not anticipate the high cost of maintenance and repair.
At the McGraw Powersports offices in Anaheim, CA, two vintage bikes remain prominently on display, ready to greet visitors and familiar faces alike.
Utility Task Vehicles have become much more popular between avid powersport riders and new users, therefore creating one of the most rapidly growing powersport sectors.
McGraw Powersports offers extended service contracts (ESC) on motorcycles and powersports vehicles that include coverage of everything from engine and transmission to apparel and accessories.
We asked the experts at McGraw Powersports for their best advice on avoiding any unforeseen accidents. These are their top tips that will come in clutch for your customers’ full throttle thrills.
Personalized watercraft coverage can keep your clients afloat if they find themselves in a sink-or-swim situation.
As the movement towards going green continues to pick up speed, so do the vehicles you see on the road.