For a brand new 15, I think that is a really good deal.
yesmy local dealer has made me an offer of a 2015 n1k abs in grn/blk, for $9700 + tax,tag, setup, etc, for an otd price of approximately $10,600. Is this a good deal?
So, I called another location, and they quoted me an OTD price of $10,000, for the 2015 N1K. I'll have to wait another week or so (versus picking the other offer up today), as they locate one and have it shipped, but overall it seems to be worth it. This particular location seems much more willing to work for their business, versus the other shop's (if we don't have it on the floor, we won't offer to find one, even if asked) approach. Not that their Sales Rep wasn't polite and helpful, just that they seemed to offer me limited options.Have you counter offered or is this the best price? Try for lower price possibly. Walk in with hefty deposit, this may get you even a better price.
I'm going to look to find reasons to take my wife with me on more occasions now, so the Preload Adjuster may come in handy. Now I just need to figure out where to put the kids...Can they fit in the saddlebags? Hopefully everything works out.$10,000 is a smoking price, I paid MUCH more for my '14, but it also came with bags, and the optional gel seats. (which still suck).
I'm sure the bags are not included for that price, but they can be found online a lot cheaper than what the dealers sell them for...
Remote preload isn't all that spectacular unless you regularly change loads. ie; carry passengers, or loaded saddlebags.
I always ride alone, so I keep my suspension set up for my weight plus my loaded bags. It may be 'slightly' stiff when it's just me on the bike, but I'm used to it that way, and I appreciate the enhanced handling.
Well, it seems like a no-brainer for me at this point. I've verbally committed to the $10K offer, and my wife seems happy about it as well. So no its the waiting game.I got my 2014 for $9,500 OTD. So 10K for a 2015 at the beginning of season is a killer deal man. Get it