Destination Dealer: Marshall Motorcycles

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MCN Destination Dealers have set themselves apart by constantly striving to improve and enhance their customer service. MCN can say with confidence that they are well worth a visit - whether its for a great deal or just a tasty burger.

Marshall Motorcycles is the only franchised Honda dealer in Cambridgeshire – with one of the largest stocks of new and used Hondas in the country.

You can make affordable monthly payments on your bike courtesy of Marshall Motorcycles’ five year 0% finance deals. Meanwhile, top prices are paid for bikes taken in part exchange.  

Test rides are available on new and used bikes and Marshalls can arrange for you to keep the bike for up to 48 hours – an unbeatable opportunity to try before you buy.

Take a trip to Marshalls and you can be sure of professional service with a smile – whether you are buying a bike, looking for accessories and kit or having work done on your machine.

If you can’t make it in person, Marshalls now have an online store (visit and follow the links). You can even check out the latest news on Facebook.

Marshall Motorcycles’ roots date back to 1969 and the dealer was originally based in Peterborough city centre. In 2006 it relocated to modern premises in Boongate under the wing of the Marshall Motor Group but with many of the original staff. The 2010 management team is led by general manager David Milnes.

The fully-refurbished, state-of-the-art workshop and MoT station has all the latest tools and diagnostic equipment to bring you the best service possible. A glass fronted viewing bay allows you to watch what’s happening with your bike and a collection/delivery service is available. All the technicians are Honda trained and have 30 years of experience between them. The accessories department has been refurbished too. 

Marshalls will be attending the Norfolk Arena at Kings Lynn for the Afghan Heroes Charity Rally. Check the Marshall Motorcycles Facebook page for more details.

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