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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-01-2007, 03:52 PM Thread Starter
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$$$$Cost of R312?

Interested to know what the R312 costs in the US (and other countries). Mine cost me Australian$38,000 on road (about $34,000 US). No discounts, no deals!
On top of that there was of course all the kit which set me back about A$4000.
I know that this is an awsome machine, but the cost of it is almost double anything else (R1, etc). What am i really getting for so much $??
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There doesn't seem to be a fixed/standard price anymore in the UK. Its just a free for all! At the moment, the prices on a brand new 312 appear to range from £14,500 to £11,800.

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What am i really getting for so much $??
an MV Agusta.

exclusivity comes with a hefty price tag.

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In San Diego, it will cost you well over $25K with tax, lic., etc. Here's a link to a local dealer. http://www.moto-forza.com/new_vehicl...sc=Motorcycles

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In San Diego, it will cost you well over $25K with tax, lic., etc.
I can confirm that. I just returned from there an hour ago.

I was told by the owner that the special deals on the F4R might actually be going on for an extra month! Very excited for this news,for it works out perfectly for me. They don't have the exact bike I want, but said it shouldn't be a problem getting it.

I will call him next week to see if the deal is in fact true. I hope so!!
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Depends on how much YOU value the bike and what its worth to YOU

its not just the price of the bike, but also the aftersales service and back-up that comes with it,
why travel hundreds of miles to save a few hundred bucks to a dealer that you dont know the background or history off?

I find here, the pricing is closing between other brands and MV, a £7k R1 now costs £9K+ where as MV pricing is dropping

but then again, its your choice and your cash
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Mine cost me Australian$38,000 on road....I know that this is an awsome machine, but the cost of it is almost double anything else (R1, etc). What am i really getting for so much $??
Now that's funny.....asking the question after you bought it.

Welcome to the forum Peter...it's a great bike. You're going to love it.

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I think when it comes to pricing, the gloves are off. There are NO set prices anymore, its up to you to get the best deal!

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Italy is was 16500 euro last Feb when I bought mine. Haven't gotten any updates though.
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post #10 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-02-2007, 05:02 AM Thread Starter
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Hey Broms,
Thanks for the welcome. Yeah, you are right - strange question to ask at this stage. However, there was no other bike that switched me on like the MV. Only problem is that my back is really taking strain and I have to find some way to raise the handlebars by about 20mm to make it a bit easier. I don't want to screw up the handling though!
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