F-N-A Motorsports Services Reviews (1)
I have waited for over three months to have my motorcycle fixed and have constantly been brushed off for having my bike repaired in a timely manner.
I brought my motorcycle to FNA Motorsports to have them repair the problem of the bike overheating on May 26, 2012. We were quoted a thousand dollars and three to five week wait. My wife and I understood and waited patiently. Having to drive from Colfax to Citrus Heights is a little pricy, but well worth having a vehicle repaired. I called them several times after the three to five week waiting period was over. They consistently told me that the motocycle would be ready either that morning, later that day, or the morning after. I repeatedly had to take time off of work to pick up the supposedly fixed vehicle. Seven and a half weeks went by before they called us to tell us it was ready. Upon returning, I paid them a thousand dollars cash, and I found that the shop had done a costly repair to my vehicle; but it was still overheating when I began to drive it away and is now leaking coolant everywhere, this was the 3rd of July. I returned to them and they assured that it was either the radiator or the water pump and that they would call me when they had found out. A week and a half went by before I called them to find out that the radiator was the problem and that I would need to wait another week before it could be fixed. My wife and I were understanding and personably parted ways. Two weeks later the bike was ready to be picked up. I drove down yet again to manage the bike only to find out after I had picked it up that the bike was still overheating and that FNA Motors had not fixed the problem. Another week and a half has gone by and the problem is still not fixed, even after being told repeatedly that the motorcycle was fixed and ready to be picked up. The night of August 28, 2012, we were informed that the bike would be ready for pickup at ten a.m. the following day. I drove once again to Citrus Heights to find out that the bike has not even been put on the lifts to fix it and that it would be ready at the end of this day, August 29, 2012. I have lost hundreds of dollars in time lost from work, the gas money that it costs to drive to and from the autoshop and the money that I could have saved from being able to commute using the motorcycle. We have been lied to repeatedly and the autoshop's manager continues to avoid seeing or talking to us. We feel that we have been run around and that this shop has taken our money for a job they could not complete.