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Thread: What are new GTs selling for around the US?

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    What are new GTs selling for around the US?

    If I end up buying a new one, I want to negotiate from a solid position, not a lot of data that I can find (yet) on what actual prices are being met.

    What leverage is being seem to add items onto the bike post sale?

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    Search Cycle Trader for clues on incentives or sale prices. You can get a discount if you are an USAA member, First Responder, or Active Duty Military.

    If buying from a dealer it's pretty easy to negotiate the 600 mile service, installed accessories, or even apparel in the purchase price. I believe anything you buy with the bike will be covered by the 3 yr BMW warranty. Getting 10-15% off accessories purchased in the first month after sale is pretty standard - you might get that even without asking.

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    Data on my purchase:
    New
    2018 GT, White
    -$1000 from BMW
    -$1000 from CalMoto
    Negotiated to put $5k on financing to add new loan history to my credit (We don't buy new cars, and rent housing)
    $10K final price
    -I have a 10% discount on counter purchases thru all of 2019
    -First service free
    Salesdude: David Y, was very nice to work with.

    Other Experiences:
    San Jose BMW
    This is where I started, dealt with a lady there, I do not recall her name, the most I got was an MSRP printout plus tax, title, fees. Didn't feel very appreciated, first service would NOT be free.
    San Jose, CA
    2018 White 650GT

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    You did a good job of negotiation. Congratulations on your new ride!

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    Did the $10K final price include sales tax, or was that (another $1,000) extra?

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    By franchise contract, dealers are not allowed to discount the current model year. That said, the first service, accessories, etc are not restricted.

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    Bought a 2016 with 2K miles, Corbin Seat, and aftermarket exhaust $6,500 + $499 dealer fee which I wasn't happy about it but it included shipping from FL to TX so I can't be too upset.

    Oops sorry, I overlooked you were looking at new ones. Good luck, the dealer by me did not want to come off the MSRP at all.

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