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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-21-2009, 05:20 PM Thread Starter
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Question 2010 Mv Agusta F4 Msrp???

Hi---First post and i am over the 2010 MV F4...

Does anyone know the MSRP for the USA...

I have owned ALOT of bikes but never a MV and this 2010 has me thinking about getting one...

Thanks and i look foward to this forum everyday now...

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Welcome to the forum.

The price for the 2010 F4 has not yet been released. I've been told by MV that it will not be announced until after the beginning of the year. I think they want to late as long as possible with an announcement to see what the exchange rate is doing. Expect it to fall somewhere between $20,000 to $25,000.
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Welcome to the forum.

The price for the 2010 F4 has not yet been released. I've been told by MV that it will not be announced until after the beginning of the year. I think they want to late as long as possible with an announcement to see what the exchange rate is doing. Expect it to fall somewhere between $20,000 to $25,000.
I think it will fall closer to 20k then it will to 25K, thanks to HD

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I hope it is $19,999.99...
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Welcome to the forum. I'm sure you'll find many more bikes under the MV flag to drool over as well as the new F4.
Be prepared for the MV addiction.
You have been warned!!

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The price for the 2010 F4 has not yet been released. I've been told by MV that it will not be announced until after the beginning of the year.
Price is usually included when one introduces a new product, IMO.

You're right; it suggests to me that they're trying to sort out the company's finances before figuring out the necessary MSRP of the F4.

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Welcome to the forum. I'm sure you'll find many more bikes under the MV flag to drool over as well as the new F4.
Be prepared for the MV addiction.
You have been warned!!
I have wanted a MV ever since the first F4 back in 1999-2000 and never pulled the trigger...

I have owned over 40 brand new dirt and street bikes and 4 quads,Hear are the street bikes i have owned...

1994-SUZUKI GSXR-750
1996-HONDA CBR900RR
1998-YAMAHA YZF R1
1999-YAMAHA YZF R1
1999-YAMAHA YZF R6
1999-KAWASAKI ZX-9R
2000-YAMAHA YZF R1
2000-YAMAHA YZF R1 (2nd 2000 R1)
2000 KAWASAKI ZX-12R
2000 APRILIA FALCO 1000
2000 APRILIA RS50
2001 YAMAHA YZF R1 (Champions Limited Edition #135/1000)
2001 KAWASAKI ZX-9R
2002 SUZUKI GSXR-1000
2003 KAWASKI ZX-9R
2003 SUZUKI GSXR-1000
2003 SUZUKI GSX1300RZ (40th Anniversary Edition Hayabusa)
2006 SUZUKI GSXR-1000
2007 YAMAHA YZF R1
2007 SUZUKI SV650
2008 KAWASAKI Z1000
2008 KAWASAKI ZX-10R
2008 SUZUKI B-King
2008 SUZUKI B-King #2

Most of my bikes were owned 2-3 at a time for 1-2 years each.Some were 6 months and some were 3 years but none were ever wrecked and most traded in or sold to get the next one...

Off road i owned 4 Kawasaki KX500cc two stroke dirt bikes and 2 Yamaha Banshee 350cc quads and love BIG POWER so this bike should be perfect for a POWER FIX...

I love the look of this new F4 and the rest of the MV line for 2010 so this might be a turning point for me if thing's go well with the purchase of a 2010 F4...

My list will grow soon and i think it will have one or two MV's...

Danny
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They may be trying to establish a new owner and let them set the price as part of their inducement to control their own return on investment. Just a thought

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F4 \2,890,000-
BRUTALE-990R \1,990,000-
BRUTALE-1090RR \2,590,000-


The 312 was 3million, so this is actually a bit cheaper. Perhaps due to the strong yen? not sure.

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Price is usually included when one introduces a new product, IMO.

You're right; it suggests to me that they're trying to sort out the company's finances before figuring out the necessary MSRP of the F4.
They have NOT introduced it to the US market, so why would they need a price?
In the markets they have introduced it, they announced prices.

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