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VANDERHALL USA QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: What is a Vanderhall?
A Vanderhall is a 3-wheel autocycle, unlike any other on the market.
It is designed and assembled in Utah with a GM drive train.
Q: Are there different models?
Yes. Model Year 2023 includes the Venice & Carmel. Previous models are the Laguna and Speedster. The Brawley will be an
all-electric 4 seat SxS.
Q: What do you mean "unlike any other"?
Vanderhall brings automotive engineering to the motorcycle market at an attractive price point. You get a lot of value.
Q: Where is it designed and manufactured?
The Vanderhall factory is located in the United States in Provo, Utah. It is a state-of-the-art facility. Our dealership
is located close by in St. George, Utah. This simplifies and speeds delivery for our customers.
Q: What kind of engine and powertrain?
The award-winning GM 1.5 liter, 200HP ecotec engine provides the power and reliability discerning buyers look for. The
turbocharger provides strong acceleration - zero to sixty in around 4.5 seconds.
Q: What makes the handling so great?
Front wheel drive vs. other's belt driven rear wheel drive ... its simply outstanding engineering. You judge.
It is a 2-year unlimited miles warranty along with 2 years of road-side assistance.
Change the synthetic oil every 7500 miles.
Q: License, Insurance, and Registration?
Vanderhalls are insured and registered like motorcycles, but you don't need a motorcycle license endorsement.
Q: Do you offer military discounts?
Yes. We appreciate those that protect our freedoms and keep us safe. We always have specials for Active Duty / Retired
Military, Police and Fire Officers. Thank you.
Q: Take Trade-Ins?
Yes - we are avid motorcycle riders and appreciate that we get a similar experience on a Vanderhall. Many Vanderhall
owners currently own or have owned motor bikes ... and offering trades allows them to easily shift to an autocycle. With the
motorized "trike" market over ten years old, we also find customers that want to trade other trikes in for a Vanderhall autocycle.
Q: Driving Tips?
Yes, drive with common sense and be alert. Avoid texting, blind spots, and look carefully all ways. Give yourself room
at curbs and stops. Others are jealous, but your mission is safety and enjoyment. Enjoyment comes easy.
VANDERHALL: The Road is Calling
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