Have you seen the Vento Motorcycle that is being advertised at some of the Harley dealers?
Me neither but I want to go and take a peek at one. Their V-Thunder model makes a nice looking cruiser in the ads and the price is a low $3499.00. But I'd never even heard of one until a few months ago. These are Chinese made bikes from a company trying to get in on the American motorcycle market. They also make scooters, dirt bikes, ATV's which looks like where they started. A network of dealers is being worked up for ease of obtaining parts needed to service these vehicles.
Checking on the web I have found others asking the same questions as to the reliability stand point and whether or not anyone has done a review on them. Most people are saying to stay away from them because they are so new and wonder just how well built the bikes may be. Let us not forget though that the Japanese couldn't build a reliable bike at all until Harley made a deal to let them tool up and make bikes at a state of the art factory for the day. The Japanese had no idea how to design and build a reliable motorcycle until they came and toured the factory making Japanese Harley's under license from the US company before the war. Many of these bikes kept being built and used by the Japanese military after war broke out. Honda, for one, then took what they learned and saw and you see what happened there.
So let's not count these Chinese made bikes out just yet.