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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-17-2019, 12:04 PM Thread Starter
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"Left-Over" New 2017 Manual AT

Just picked up my new 2017 manual AT yesterday. Original MSRP was $13,299 and I ended up buying the bike for $8,893. Of course the was the added BS "dealer fees" (freight $497, assembly $388, doc fees $499). I think $10,277 is still a decent price for a brand new AT.
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Was that the one in Roswell Ga? I was tempted to fly out and ride it back. I'm having a hard time deciding between the standard and the adventure sport. I love the red/white/black - but with my 36 inch inseam the taller seat to pegs and seat to ground are appealing (along with better suspension). Anyone near Austin Tx have an AS they are willing to let me sit on to check the fit?
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-19-2019, 08:57 PM
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Picked up a left over 17 manual about a month ago up in Chicago $10,001 OTD
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I have a quote of $9986.50 OTD but then I have to go to washington and pay tax and lisc. so that will rise to about $10952.
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What's your thoughts a year+ later?

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Just picked up my new 2017 manual AT yesterday. Original MSRP was $13,299 and I ended up buying the bike for $8,893. Of course the was the added BS "dealer fees" (freight $497, assembly $388, doc fees $499). I think $10,277 is still a decent price for a brand new AT.
They still have a few left here in Oregon, for about the same price. I'm debating between this bike (2017 Manual AT) and a KTM 790 Adv R. Am thinking for $4k less, the AT will be the best bang/buck, especially with the Honda's reliability. Am a little worried about getting one of the last remaining bikes of this model...have to wonder why it was "left-over" for so long..

What are your thoughts now that you've owned it for a few months?

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OTD has many variables. When I lived in CA, that meant everything including registration fees. In some places they only collect a small percentage of the sales tax due and do not include registration costs. Here in CO, OTD does not include registration...

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similar to Washington when buying from an Oregon dealer.
no sales tax in Oregon but when you hop over the river there is sales tax.

the Oregon dealer just dropped 2017 AT's to $8999.

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Just got my brand new, 0 miles, 2017 manual from a Los Angeles, CA area dealer for 11,700 OTD. My local dealer quoted me 13,300 on a 2017 manual with 300 demo miles on it. Refused to come down and told me to go get the one in LA. lol, okay pal!
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