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F3 800 U.S. pricing

Hi. Has U.S. pricing been announced?

I saw an article from late July that said $20k and limited volume.

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My bad. I think that was an Australian article:

http://www.bikesales.com.au/news/201...ide-away-37314
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U.S. pricing has not been announced yet but the dealers I have spoken to are predicting it will be in the $15,500 to $16,000 range.

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I may be $100 off, but I am pretty certain that in the U.S. the F800 will be $15,798.
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Hi. Has U.S. pricing been announced?

I saw an article from late July that said $20k and limited volume.
In addition too or replacing......??

Pants up, don't loot.
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Thank you. Maybe a replacement. I currently have a Panigale S. And, I really like it. The problem is the angle of the clip on has been causing me a lot of discomfort. It's not the typically sports bike uncomfortable. It's more of a pinched nerves discomfort. I'll admit it may be causes by typing but it's aggravated by riding. I've had it for four months and just hit 620 miles today (first service light).

Ironically, clip on issues aside, the Panigale is the most comfortable bike I've has since a 2002 R1.
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I may be $100 off, but I am pretty certain that in the U.S. the F800 will be $15,798.
Close enough. Thank you.
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