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By Stephen S. on October 8, 2019

Cleveland,TN | None Department'

Southern Honda Powersports

Trying to get a update on my bike and he wont even return my phone call or message. This is not good service to the customer. George Wescott the GM of Southern Honda Powersport should be made aware of this type of service .

Brian Abbott

By Timothy G. on July 8, 2016

Norman Park,GA | New Sales Department'

Southern Honda Powersports

We drove 5 hours to get to Southern Honda and it was worth every mile. Brian Abbott took excellent care of us. He is an excellent salesman. If you need a 4 wheeler this is the place to come for the best deal and Brian is the one to see.


By Anonymous on May 1, 2016

Chattanooga,TN | Service Department'

Southern Honda Powersports

I had a list of items I was going to purchase on line but I decided to just stop and look at a new bike and get the parts while I was there . but I was charged around double the price that was listed and when I questioned it I was told that was the


By Joe W. on February 2, 2016

Gadsden,AL | New Sales Department'

Southern Honda Powersports

picture of a bike loaded with accessories price was $5588, said accessories couldn't be removed. Watch yourself when dealing with these folks, they act friendly but are not above playing games to get you to their showroom. HIGHLY NOT RECOMMENDED.


By Anonymous on December 1, 2015

Rising Fawn,GA | Service Department'

Southern Honda Powersports

My wife bought me a brand new Honda 500. We have a poultry farm and need the ability to carry extra stuff. Honda salesman suggested a bolt on basket for the rear rack. That bolt on basket beat the rear rack loose from the frame within the first year. Honda service response, Oh well, you must have overloaded it. False! I explained that it happened because of the empty basket bouncing while riding. (not trail riding) just pasture and gravel road. question, why would the dealer sale something, bolt it on and then not warranty the damage that it caused? No service after the sale!