PCP: What you need to know
Who does it work best for? £165
Riders who want to change their new bike every two or three years, want low monthly repayments and aren’t bothered about owning the bike outright.
Riders who want to keep their bike until it wears out, and those who want to truly own their motorcycle.
Yes, usually around 5000 per year, though these are often adjustable up to 24,000 miles. If you go over the agreed mileage you will incur additional charges.
Yes, provided you maintain it like you own it. ‘Usual wear and tear’ is allowed, but nothing that could constitute abuse or neglect. We have heard no tales of dealers being unreasonable, which isn’t surprising as it’s in their interest to usher you into another deal.
Yes, fine. Just remember that if they lower the value of the bike in the eyes of the dealer (eg purple anodised everything and an earsplitting pipe) you will be penalised. Best plan is to put it back to standard. Yes, though you will have to pay any ‘negative equity’ on the bike. So if the bike is worth £7000 and you still owe £7500, you’ll have to pay the £500.
the GT stomps out 173bhp and a surging 106ftlb torque, while boasting an impressive array of touring options. Long-distance riding has never been more fun.