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Looks like 910S' are coming down in price a bit - Ferracci ad price - Good time to buy.

2006 MV Agusta Brutale 910 Red/Black 2 13,495
2006 MV Agusta Brutale 910 Black/Red 2 13,495
2006 MV Agusta Brutale 910 Silver/Red 2 13,495
2007 MV Agusta Brutale 910R Black/Red/Grey 2 17,995
 

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Looks like 910S' are coming down in price a bit - Ferracci ad price - Good time to buy.

2006 MV Agusta Brutale 910 Red/Black 2 13,495
2006 MV Agusta Brutale 910 Black/Red 2 13,495
2006 MV Agusta Brutale 910 Silver/Red 2 13,495
2007 MV Agusta Brutale 910R Black/Red/Grey 2 17,995
I know.
The same situation here in Italy,and second hand of 750 S a lot of price is come down!
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Let me tell you...THIS SUCKS!!! I think a brand like MV Agusta doesn't need to do this. This is the japanese style...what's next, a model every two years? I'm soo pissed!!! I've never seen Ducati, Triumph...doing this....
 

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IMO Ferro you may be looking at this the wrong way, MV makes a total of 7500 bikes a year between the F4 and Brutale.
With very low production #s in comparison to japanese companies these bikes will always be a rarely seen item.
Just my opinion
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Let me tell you...THIS SUCKS!!! I think a brand like MV Agusta doesn't need to do this. This is the japanese style...what's next, a model every two years? I'm soo pissed!!! I've never seen Ducati, Triumph...doing this....
did you really buy your bike just so that it would keep it's value to sell later?

did you really think that buying your MV was an INVESTMENT?

every motorcycle drops in value about 30% the day you drive it off the lot
it's always been that way
it always WILL be that way

so.....
forget about what it is "worth"
just go and out and ride the thing.....
that IS why you bought it.... right?



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Let me tell you...THIS SUCKS!!! I think a brand like MV Agusta doesn't need to do this. This is the japanese style...what's next, a model every two years? I'm soo pissed!!! I've never seen Ducati, Triumph...doing this....
You got to keep in mind it costs the dealers money to keep inventory on their floors, just like auto dealers. I don't see a problem with a dealer dropping the price on last year's models (leftovers) to try and move them. I also disagree that this is Japanese style. It's not. Japanese style is to flood the market with various models, manufactured as cheaply as possible on a robotic assembly line (while retaining a modicum of quality), to maximize profits. Nothing against Jap bikes, I own a FJR1300, but there is a world of difference in quality of materials, fit, and finish between my F4 and my FJR.

... and the F4 turns a lot more heads. :)
 

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I've never seen Ducati, Triumph...doing this....
FWIW, Triumph has done this many times, often in conjunction with 0% financing or other incentives like free hard bags. Oh, and though Ducati hasn't done it officially, I was offered a DS1K at $9k OTD by a dealer desperate to move last year's model.
 

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So, you walk into a dealer and look at a 2007 910S and a 2006 910S. (both identical) If they were the same price which one would you buy??

They have to get rid of old stock and the savings just helps make up for the fact that the 06 is one model year older than the new one....that effects re-sale also.
 

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I think I was shaking the wrong end of the stick - I'm happy I bought mine when I did, I posted the prices to ENCOURAGE others to get out there and snap 'em up, oops I'm shouting again, actually the prices on 05 f4's are really interesting especially if you like the traditional red/silver package, of course bikes take a massive hit in relative price especially if you have to have the latest and greatest and trade all the time. My Brutale is a keeper and personally I like my bikes the more I modify and change them to my own taste and that's one of the great things about timeless Tambo design. As long as I get $15k's worth of really good fun and adventure, pride of ownership I cannot expect more. I hope to still be riding mine in 15 years - 60 years old on a Brutale still smacking the chops of the young punks! yeah Baby!
 

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I understand why they do it...of course they have to give away the "old models", but that doesn't change my point of view. I thought MV Agusta didn't have this sales methods...more like Ducati. Anyway if I would go back to the past knowing this would happen...I would still buy my Brutale at that time. The time I've enjoyed since then...is PRICELESS!!!!
 

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I think MV gives rebates to dealers to move older bikes. These deals have a timeframe and once the timeframe is over, the price returns to normal. So I don't think they have a longterm effect on the price.

For example, when I bought my 910 I original put money down on a 750--there were only rumors at the time of a 910 coming out. The price on the 750 was discounted to $10,900. but this had to do with a sale. I think the dealer would get around $2500 from MV. But the bike had to be purchased and titled during the given timeframe. So once the deal was over, the price returned to normal.
 

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I did not buy my bike for investment, nor did I try to even get a lower price.
After reading the forums on the R, I felt this was a new and exciting bike
that I would enjoy owning. I was almost killed in august in a head on!
The medical cost are crazie!! Just think...What is a $1000.00?

If more can enjoy the bike because they can afford the lower selling price, How cool!!
MV will build even better bikes, knowing they will sell.

So in my opinn, Lets not dwell on what we could of paid, Lets enjoy what we have.

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Purchase price

An old saying comes to mind. “Long after the purchase price is forgotten the quality remains"
Motorcycles are timeless passions for those of us who ride and love them. The Mv is priceless in the balance of passion.
You can’t pay too much for this one.
 
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