Those in jail are not known for their love for two wheels.
You are on to a demographic trend here. Usually people with disposable income above 25K TRY per annum can afford a bike larger than 250 cc due to heavy taxes levied based on engine displacement.
The real reason behind this sale is the fact that come November, the owners of these bikes will need to garage them and pay taxes on them and they are unlikely to ride. Also come November, the whole market for bikes will see a depression in prices.
Good part is: I am sure with this many bikes on sale, you can get yourself a bargain without waiting for winter to come!
Owners also expect the showroom price to increase come february, which might give them some leverage in expecting these high prices.
Usually with big displacement bikes, the depreciation is high after the first owner: e.g. Xdiavel is 92 K TRY when new, 76 K TRY with just 100 KM on the clock. AT prices being just below sticker in second hand shows that there is a demand for these bikes.
If you have a work permit, you can purchase a bike without paying any tax on the bike. Ask a dealer.
Last edited by pragmatic; 09-09-2016 at 03:39 AM.
Reason: Added the suggestion of getting the bike new with expat pricing