I know Renaissance in Tucson, AZ does not charge for prep so you may get a bit off the total price there - but I'm sure other dealers could match that if the deal counted on it.Cigarlvr said:I was offered $500 off but then needed to pay 395 prep and freight. Anyone doing any better on these?
Mine was MSRP, including freight and prep. And that's with also buying a 910R AND ordering 2 Ducatis (1098S and Desmosedici)! Allan is right... they are "fresh off the ship". Prices may drop slightly in a few months, but I think they'll reserve the deeper drops for previous models.Cigarlvr said:I was offered $500 off but then needed to pay 395 prep and freight. Anyone doing any better on these?
mvagustascottsdale said:Why do you start a relationship with your local or closest dealer? Owning a premium product should go hand in hand with premium support and service. Support the guy that you will ultimately want to support you should things go wrong.
u must be the person that every dealer (car, motorcycle, etc) waits for...the one who pays full price + for everything....THAT'S IT!b42day said:Here we go again..."ATTENTION WAL-MART SHOPPERS....MV's AT A DISCOUNT ON AISLE 11".....
I bought/ordered 4 and was very pleased to be offered free freight and prep. My dealer actually NEVER budges on new model MV pricing. I have generally allowed my salesperson to determine pricing, and have never been disappointed with the numbers OR the subsequent excellent service. If it were not an appropriate price, I would walk away.Allan Gibbs said:Buying three bikes should get you $$$ off.
Sorry to go off topic but last year I helped my mother get a Volvo. When the numbers weren't working out and we were about to leave, the sale man threw his writing pad down, started to cry and say, "Oh, the manager's going to send me home."WYD OPN said:BTW... I've negotiated HARD for years on cars, etc. One salesman actually cried... no bawled... in the manager's office. But... I was just playing THEIR game.