Some people will be happy to hear about this, others disapointed they bought one and some won't care. So I parted with my dollars and got a bike after I had read reviews on and all of them came back singing praises to the bike. It's a GT650R(L) and was fine for about the first 800km before the drama started. I'll save you the story but that first 800km is the best the bike has done before displaying a new fault. The previous problems were: Replace one cam chain tensioner (800km) Replace the other cam chain tensioner (2700km) Replace BOTH cam chain tensioners (7000km) Rerun front brake lines, rubbed on radiator (7400km) Rebleed cooling system (7700km) And now it's at the dealer again for: Fuel leak Front disc rivits rubbing on caliper mount Running warmer than before Water leak Oil leak Fuse holder cap snapped off Engine noise(s) I should mention that I have now got 9030km on the clock and the bike is less than 6 months old. I have been on the phone to Hyosung Aus and was told that I'm 'expecting too much'**. I'm expecting to have a bike that I can ride without having to go back to the dealer every 3 or 4 weeks to have repairs done. Is that too much, in your opinion, to expect to have a bike less than 6 months old that you can ride without worring about what the next problem will be? I'm going to take my problems to the Dept. of Fair Trading on Tuesday, after an independent inspection. I've spoken to the dealer about it and have mentioned that I'd like my money refunded by Hyosung, not them personally. I won't get much back if I sell it because they are not worth the materials used. I've suggested to many people that I could drop a match in the fuel tank and the bike wouldn't burn. Glad I still have the car, other wise I'd be screwed royal! THIS IS AN EDIT. **After talking to Hyosung recently, I was told that I took the term 'expecting too much' in a false and improper manner. It was however as I explained to the rep, 'it was my opinion on what was said', and if it has been misquoted, I'm sorry to the rep and Hyosung.