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post #1 of 10 Old Jul 6th, 2010, 10:43 am Thread Starter
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The write up sounds really great and pricey. Any guesses at the price tag? I thinking around $25K.

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post #2 of 10 Old Jul 6th, 2010, 6:14 pm
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Base model GT: About $20K
Base GTL: About $22K
Loaded GTL: About $28K (including adaptive headlights and GPS)


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Re: Price?

Remove $ and put € (1-to-1 conversion) and you'll have the European pricelist

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Re: Price?

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Base model GT: About $20K
Base GTL: About $22K
Loaded GTL: About $28K (including adaptive headlights and GPS)
You just guessing, or do you have first hand knowledge of these prices? Just curious.
The loaded GTL seems out of reach for most (including me). Guess I'll be waiting a few years for a gently used one.

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post #5 of 10 Old Jul 9th, 2010, 9:37 am
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Re: Price?

That doesn't sound like much of a difference in cost for a new 2010 model. I was thinking it would be over 30k US. Are these numbers just speculation?
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Re: Price?

When you compare those prices with the new loaded Harleys it ain't that bad. Lot of them are around the $31,000 plus. But just like I did with this LT, I'll probably buy used for less than 1/2 the price of the new one. Plus the LT had about $3,000 dollars worth of farkles on it.

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Re: Price?

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Base model GT: About $20K
Base GTL: About $22K
Loaded GTL: About $28K (including adaptive headlights and GPS)

I'd guess the GT with most options will be closer to 24k. I agree a loaded GTL will probably be in the 25-27 range. We'll know soon enough

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post #8 of 10 Old Aug 8th, 2010, 12:15 pm
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Re: Price?

If ya gotta ask......


Lets see... in the 30K range, half the cost of my X5? Naaah.... the R1200R is paid for and serves quite nicely, plus I can work on it.

Of course, they did pull a great price point on the S1000RR which everybody thought would be about 20K. Maybe another pleasant surprise? There is a worldwide recession on you know !

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I will wait a year or so and pick a slightly used one,besides my RT is paid for and not even broken in yet...

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Re: Price?

Hello every one, When I walked into my local dealer I had my eye on a LT. After sitting on a used one it was so obvious to me my legs were way to short to hold up a LT. As you can think I was a little disappointed so I moved on to the RT. I am very happy with my 09 and love the way it handles and so on but I did really want a LT, so this said I can only hop the new GTLT will sit a little lower and a little lighter.
Here in Ontario Canada my 09 RT loaded was $27500. Taxes inc.


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