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What are you guys paying out the door? And which state are you from? Seems like all dealership wants full ADM markups since the bike is hot right now. Thanks
 

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I got stuck paying MSRP plus the fees to get mine...I tried multiple dealers on different bikes...same story everytime. Thanks Covid
 

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I paid MSRP plus doc fees, no markup on the bike though and the dealer gave me 10% above blue book on my trade which was a 2014 CBR500R. Im in Nor Cal.
 

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$12.5, it was one of the first 500, picked it up June 26. Original depositor backed out, five more in line behind me, wait a while or take it. 🤷‍♂️ I was a repeat customer to that dealer too, will shop around now.
 

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Paid MSRP $8999 at K&N Powersports in Tulsa, OK. No dealer fees, destination fees or other BS. I still have to pay TX tax when I register it though. Now I did drive 4 hrs. from Fort Worth, TX to get it from them, but all the dealers around DFW couldn’t get one and we’re charging an insane amount of fees and markup. I highly recommend K&N! Friendly, easy to work with, overall great experience. Ask for Kyle Dunn.(y)

 

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When you preorder, are you locked into an unknown price that the dealer decides on at the time of delivery? In other words, you can't shop for best prices? That would be messed up.
 

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When you preorder, are you locked into an unknown price that the dealer decides on at the time of delivery? In other words, you can't shop for best prices? That would be messed up.
Not sure about pre orders but for reservations you can shop around or potentially have multiple reservations in an attempt to get the earliest bike in
 
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