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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-12-2012, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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2012 S1000rr out of the door price

I got a quote today for 17,065, OTD. Bike has abs, gear shift assist, heated grips. Is this a fair price in the Wash DC area?
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I can't speak for the DC area, but I got one in Ohio about a month ago. It had 14 miles on the odometer with the same options you are looking at plus DTC and the slick plug.

My out the door price was $16,500.
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I paid $16.7K out the door, but TN has 9.5% sales tax...

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Dohc I purchased my mine from bobs and paid 16,500 for mine fully loaded brand new. And even received a voucher for $250 as well as a service voucher. Hope this helps.


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Dohc I purchased my mine from bobs and paid 16,500 for mine fully loaded brand new. And even received a voucher for $250 as well as a service voucher. Hope this helps.


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This is very helpful since I got the quote from them. I also got my K1300s from them. Would you mind telling me who's your sales rep?

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Darn, thats cheap. How much are the taxes on bikes in the USA?
New bike here are $23200.
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This is very helpful since I got the quote from them. I also got my K1300s from them. Would you mind telling me who's your sales rep?

Thanks..
Carter was the salesman that i used. He is a pretty straight forward guy. I took the demo for a couple of rides, when i returned it on the third time out, i said. " Im really interested in purchasing whats the best price you can give me on a fully loaded model. He quoted a price of $500 dollars cheaper than retail. I then said im ready to put a deposit down, he then dropped the price another 500. He then asked how i was paying and i said i have my own finances in order. He went and talked to bob. BoB a really great guy came from the back and talked to me. My final play was i factored in the fact that i was putting a 500 dollar deposit down and i was paying with my own money. I said most places are willing to bend, he looked with a smerk and said then i want you to have the best deal he asked what they quoted, and the rest was history. Hope this helps.
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$16,400 OTD in the good 'ol California (SD) fully loaded about 3 months ago. i thought we got it bad here until i seen everyones prices. either that or i just got one heck of a deal! good luck!

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$16,400 OTD in the good 'ol California (SD) fully loaded about 3 months ago. i thought we got it bad here until i seen everyones prices. either that or i just got one heck of a deal! good luck!
If that's your true OTD (meaning including taxes and everything), then that's a great deal for a California bike. We usually always pay more here.....cost of living I guess. Then again, SoCal has a 350+ day per year riding season so I'd say it's worth it
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Mine is 16500, dealer is taking 750 off so about 15800 ish. has everything but the heated grips tho. i'm in Boston by the way
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