My 60th Anniversary was about $10.7K after freight, setup, title and doc fees. I got mine at MOM's In Manchester, NH. But we do not have sales tax so take it how you will.Sup y’all I’m looking to get one of these bikes and I’d love to know what the total cost of your bike was with taxes and dealer fees. My local dealer is charging 13k and I thought that was a bit high.
That’s outrageous. As someone who lives in NH, seeing tax numbers like that brings me uber amounts of sadness.Yesterday I went to see a 60th Anniversary at my local South Florida dealer (Broward Motorsports), and when I saw what they were charging, I was in disbelief:
Dealer Fee - $399
Freight - $2,450
Prep - $2,550
Tire - $2
Battery - $1.50
Tax - $932.09
They are charging almost $5k Freight and prep... that's nuts
After I told them I would only pay up to $12K, they came back to me with $14,300 otd. Still way too high.
I'll have to shop around some other smaller dealers around Florida. I'll gladly drive 150 miles to go pick it up a reasonable price.
$8999 for base model '22s and $9299 MSRP for the 60th anniversary trim -- I got the 60th trim. I'll upload some pics soon. =)Shipping, prep and dealer fees get adjusted so it only seems like you got shipping and prep for free. Dealer processing fee is normally around $200 which is all I've paid for the last 3 bikes I bought. MSRP is $8999 for a '22 and $9199 for a '23. Which did you get?