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post #1 of 40 (permalink) Old 12-22-2016, 08:32 PM Thread Starter
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Need some help and advice

Please move the thread if this not the forum for it.

I hate dealer add on,,,desitinaton/ freight charges, assembly/prep etc. etc...

Plus labor for any accessories like exhaust/remap etc..

Got conflicting information from 3 dealers today...on warranty for SDR..

What is the factory warranty?

Should I negotiate on the freight and prep?

Should I expect to pay MSRP?

Have prices been discussed here before so others can also get good deals

Looking at PA, NJ and NY..states island

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1 year warranty on my 15 I bought 4 months ago. When it comes to haggling I'm the worst and always get shafted. But, I wanted this bike and didn't care. I think he even charged me for keys.
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1 year warranty on my 15 I bought 4 months ago. When it comes to haggling I'm the worst and always get shafted. But, I wanted this bike and didn't care. I think he even charged me for keys.
Who was the dealer?

And why 2015 and not 2016?

I am waiting for the 2017

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FYI, buy a leftover,then u can negotiate,title, setup, freight are add ons for the dealer
Go to several dealers,get an OTD price,then play each dealer off on each other. That sounds terrible,but it's your money!

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Hanover power sports. I had a price in my head that I was ok with. The '16 bikes were still above it. So when it hit 14,500 I went for it. I got a free first service. But paid prep and title fees. Still happy. And 1000 tax.
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Thanks..I do plan on getting multiple quotes...

Also need to find a good service center
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1 year warranty on my 15 I bought 4 months ago. When it comes to haggling I'm the worst and always get shafted. But, I wanted this bike and didn't care. I think he even charged me for keys.
Sometimes the shafting can be turned around though, and over a period of years dealing with that same guy it evens out, sometimes its good to pay the price without asking for a lower price.
Laying it down like a rich guy.

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Cyberbug~ YMMV when it comes to price however I'll add my $.02. I generally purchase motorcycles during the off-season (i.e. non-summer months) as well as obtaining multiple quotes. Similar to the other comments, I had a price in mind that I was willing to pay (within reason of course) and I actually paid $250 more than the lowest price in order to stay semi-local. Thus avoiding me having to travel across 2 states to get my SDR (2015). This has paid huge dividends as I subsequently have built a relationship with that KTM dealer and now feel comfortable giving them more of my business. That said, any new model is going to cost a premium and as the of saying goes: "supply dictates demand." Good luck with your search and hope to see you become part of the family!

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When he heard say ' yes, it's still here' as I walked straight to the orange Sdr, negotiations were over. Few things have hit me as hard as the look of that bike.
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I used cycle trader to deal on my leftover after my dealer lowballed my first trade + cash offer. I offered my 2013 speed triple se and $7500 and his return offer was my bike and $12,500 so I walked, I returned a month later with the best otd price I could find on the net then we dickered trade value on the speed, whew rude awakening there but waiting til the bike was a leftover did save me $3500.
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