Found this on the Yamaha web site DATE: 22-May-2007 Increasing numbers of Chinese made motorcycles and ATVs are being sold in Australia. Which is fine up to a point, YMA welcomes the competition. However, customers need to be advised that some importers are less scrupulous than others. In addition, the products on offer may not prove reliable. And in some cases they may not work at all. Once the unit is sold, many importers appear keen to ignore their customers, especially when it comes to service, parts supply and warranty. Media outlets should also be aware that some importers are grossly mistreating their customers, and to accept advertising from them represents an injustice to readers. Take the case of the Three Amigos in South Australia. This company imports Chinese made motorcycles that are offered for sale with bizarre â€“ not to mention illegal â€“ disclaimers. According to the SA Governmentâ€™s media release, the small print on products imported by the Three Amigos reads: â€˜I bought this as a non working product. It is faulty and incomplete. I will perform or pay for all labour, skills, diagnostics and items necessary to use this product.â€™ Ask yourself this question: would you buy a product labelled like this? And would you offer advertising space to a company who labelled its products with such disclaimers? Yamaha Motor Australiaâ€™s national dealer network has the ability to service Yamahaâ€™s entire product range and supply parts for any model without delay. All Yamaha motorcycles and ATVs are sold with a meaningful warranty that is backed up when necessary. As an additional customer benefit, all YMA products are protected against theft using the DataDot DNA system. Yes, Chinese made products are cheap. But you get what you pay for. And if you think the products are shonky, take note of this public warning issued by the South Australian government regarding the Three Amigos importers: Link to Consumer affairs pdf here The Yamaha item shows a PW50 replica as an example of what they sell.