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all 3 of max bmw,s stores are 3 k higher than other dealers in and around ct. for the k1600 gtl
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all 3 of max bmw,s stores are 3 k higher than other dealers in and around ct. for the k1600 gtl
I'm guessing that's because Max actually has some GTL's on the floor for sale now . . .

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I'm guessing that's because Max actually has some GTL's on the floor for sale now . . .
manhattan bmw and 3 dealers in n.j. are all 3k less
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I'm guessing once winter sets in, pricing will change.

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That what I am planning on. By February, the supply should far exceed the demand, and there should be some "realism" in the market.


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Check price at Street Cycle, Falmouth ME. One GTL in stock, been there all summer, likely willing to talk about price. Great dealer and mechanics.
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What are you seeing for prices? Plano and Fort Worth I'm being quoted full sticker, 32K out the door.
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What are you seeing for prices? Plano and Fort Worth I'm being quoted full sticker, 32K out the door.
Because BMW and a few dealers cruise this site, don't be surprised if nobody posts a reply.

I think we are all wise enough not to put a friendly dealer on BMW's s* list, by mentioning a price and a dealers name.

Demand still exceeds supply, so every dealer knows the 1600 can be sold at a premium (list plus). If you really like the bike, then buy it, and enjoy the ride. Its only money, and you can't take it with you....

If you are not in a hurry , then "patience" as eventually you'll find a deal.


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Some are offering DEMOS 3k less,http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IA8hdQzWeBw
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What are you seeing for prices? Plano and Fort Worth I'm being quoted full sticker, 32K out the door.
32K out the door??? I paid $28,500 OTD at Lone Star BMW in Austin.
Looking at the Plano web site they show the GTL for $23,200.00 ,then you add the premium package & that should get it up to $26,500.00 plus TTL

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When I was shopping for my GT in September all the dealers I spoke with that had one on the floor wanted MSRP.

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I certainly would not want to pay full retail for a used Demo Bike, Especialy if you new how my Demo ride really went on the one it Test rode, I tryied to break it and it would not break so i bought one unbelievable ride
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I certainly would not want to pay full retail for a used Demo Bike, Especialy if you new how my Demo ride really went on the one it Test rode, I tryied to break it and it would not break so i bought one unbelievable ride
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That's sort of like the answer to the question: "What goes where 4-wheel drive won't?"

Answer: "A rental car"

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What are you seeing for prices? Plano and Fort Worth I'm being quoted full sticker, 32K out the door.


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even at 32k, it is a Fair price, comparing to anything out there, Honda goldwing,Harley and others, for what Options BMW offers I belive 32k is fair market. Im glad I got in on the 28,500, I made the comment at delivery time its a good deal for what im getting, Lets see if BMW holds their USA pricing down over the next few years and what the Ecomony locally and Globaly does..
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May be I am missing something here, but $32,000.00 is a lot of money for a motorcycle...even a BMW 1600! I can understand dealers asking full MSRP last summer as the bike was brand new. I seriously doubt that the market will even bear MSRP after a while because that is at least $6,000.00 more than an Ultra H-D. A person can put a ton of farkles on a Harley or Honda for 6 G's. As much as I want a 1600 there is no way I would put out $32,000.00 for one. You can buy a pretty decent truck for that kind of doe-re-me!!!

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Hmm - here in Norway - you will pay US $67,000 for a K1600GTL - fully loaded.
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There is nothing logical about buying a motorcycle - It's all emotion.

Most will make an emotional decision and then try to justify it with logic. No reason to fight it!

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I totally agree.
A direct compare of the amount of money is not possible either.
It's probably more correct to compare - how much a bike is costing you compared to a normal income in a country.

Then again - who cares - If you really would like to have the bike - you will more or less always find a way to afford it.
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Gotta disagree with you gents. At $28,000.00 I can kind of convince my better half that this is THE motorcycle to have. Problem is she ain't stupid and has a rough idea of what the other touring bikes are worth. If I go to her and say hey darling, I need $32,000.00 for a motorcycle she is gonna look at me and ask when do I move out! I don't believe there are that many BMW 1600 "wanna-haves" that have that type of disposable income. Think about that number....$32,000.00 for a MOTORCYCLE! A $32,000.00 BMW 1600 better come with a gold plated porta-potty hooked up behind it because I would need some place to go to the bathroom after my wife threw me out of our home......

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Where the heck are you guys getting these numbers? Base price for a GT is $20,900, and base for a GTL is $23,200. Now I know most of them have come fully loaded so far, and there's tax, title, licensing, etc. But if you really wanted to get into a K16, you could do it for a hell of a lot less than $32,000.

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Where the heck are you guys getting these numbers? Base price for a GT is $20,900, and base for a GTL is $23,200. Now I know most of them have come fully loaded so far, and there's tax, title, licensing, etc. But if you really wanted to get into a K16, you could do it for a hell of a lot less than $32,000.
A K1600GTL is available at my local dealer, with options, for $26,340. I live in an expensive county, tax wise, and tax & license would be $2,425. So, $28,765 would be the out the door price, if you paid full price (dealers ARE negotiating on K1600's. Maybe not a ton, but at least a bit). I am sure that there are slightly more expensive counties and states, but I am inclined to believe that San Diego County it towards the top as far as taxes and fees are concerned.

So, nowhere near $32,000 out the door; about $3,200 less, as a matter of fact!
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Not wanting to piss anyone off here but here I go anyway.
Some People are either too stupid or lazy to do the research about what things cost them selves. I get several calls per day from people wanting to know what it cost to tow their bike somewhere. I tell them $60.00 to come pickup the bike then a dollar a miles once it is loaded. Most of the time the next question well how far its it from point "A" to point "B" ? Usually I am in my truck & have no access to give them the mileage but I tell them that I can guess at about how far it is or they can go to Mapquest or Google maps , put in both addresses & get the miles. Most of the time I can hear the pause in their voices as they have no clue how to do that. I even get some that if I tell them its about 20 miles to tow the bike they can not even add 60 + 20 to get the price of $80.00.

So in this thread we have 1 person with misinformation about the price of these bikes & many more idiots that will not or are too lazy to look up the info for them selves and they just agree . At least 3 posts have given the RIGHT price but even with that this stupid thread lives on. Now WE ARE talking about US prices not foreign.


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I am not sure if I am being called an idiot or not but I will make a comment. The O.P. made a statement that a certain BMW dealer was getting $32,000.00 for a 1600. All right the statement is made. I usually tend to believe people on this website because they have always been pretty truthful. Some may stretch the truth a little but what the heck. Now I know motorcycles and motorcycle dealers and I will refer to when Harley-Davidson brought out the V-Rod. This was a motorcycle that had an MSRP of around $12,000.00. That price was posted all over the internet and elsewhere until you actually walked into a dealership. The $12,000.00 MSRP shot up to $18,000.00 to $28,000.00 at some dealers because they knew the supply was extremely limited and they had the bikes. The same situation existed in the land of automobiles when the Dodge Viper came out. They had a relatively decent MSRP but the few dealers that had them tacked on a huge "limited supply" markup price. The same thing happened with the Mustang "Bullitt" cars a few years ago. This goes on all the time with vehicles of limited availability.

The ironic part is that even though these way over the top markup prices were being added into the MSRP, these add on "costs" are almost NEVER ADVERTISED! So in many cases you can look on the internet until your eyes fall out of your head but the "real" price isn't told to you until you walk in the door to do business. Now consider for a minute if a motrcycle has a $25,000.00 MSRP, but because I have a very limited supply and I know that I can make more than MSRP do you really think I am going to advertise the up-charge on the internet or anywhere else? Really??? Well heck no I am not going to do that as it is going to scare away potential customers. If I can't sell you the bike you came into the dealership for, perhaps I can sell you something else.

So am I surprised when someone says a 1600 GTL is $32,000.00 at some dealership far away from me? NO I am not surprised because I have seen it happen all too often before. All I said was that there is NO WAY I would pay $32,000.00 for a motorcycle....unless it was towing a gold plated porta-potty. Take a note.....there are no idiots here because maybe, just maybe that persons information was correct.
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In 2007 I paid the $34,600 MSRP for a HD Screaming Eagle Ultra Classic. There are some bikes out there that are priced higher than the 1600's.

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I would suggest some of the problem is a question of information management. For example, most people have a general knowledge of pricing on some things and little information on pricing of others. I have no idea how much ladies dresses sell for and my wife doesn't fill me in on the subject...and, of course, I'm not really interested. As long as she doesn't break the bankroll on clothes, which she doesn't. And she has no idea how much motorcycles cost, and isn't interested. So when I suggested the price of the '03 K1200 LT I purchased (16K miles) was a bit over $3000 she accepted that. I sold the LT and purchased an R1200GSA, the price of which was also a bit over "$3,000" but I was able to offset some of the overage with the money I received in selling my LT. Now I'm thinking of the 1600, the price of which should run around, or a bit over $5000- and the price can be offset a bit by selling my GSA. Understand my wife ride with me sometimes but hasn't gone on any rides with my riding buddies so her sources of information on the subject of m/c prices is limited.
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Oh yeah im on board with the wife thing, slowly It took me some delicate ways to break her in to the idea and cost, first was the sticker shock, off course not the full retail, then there was the accessories, the GPS add, then the 3rd lite,two c3 helmets and comm all at a pretty penny , I did not dare bear that info to her till later in the game, first I had to get my old stuff SOLD quickly and the price was the difference as Judge Bill expressed, only $20,000. She said thats allot but maybe, then one of my favorite bikes sold a 2007 k1200r Sport and then it was only $11,000, she was still concerned and doesnt want a loan. Then my wrecked bikes insurance company paid me well $4,700 extra, oh the price jumped from base $24,000 to $28,000 I dont know i explained, but we got enough to cover it , we are good and still talking, I managed to sell all my BMW stuff and a old car $2200 extra, then purchased the gps at $749 my dealor cut me a break, and last the rear lite. Gave the rest off the money to my better half to go shopping for a bmw shirt and to buy a used C3 Helmet and BMW com system , boy was she happy.
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Sorry, but I'm on board with Dan and Meese.

It's emotional. Buy it and ride it!! And for those not sure on the $32k, the premium + a couple of options and taxes in AZ gets you to right around $31,900 out the door. High, but no regrets!

There is, however, a used bike K1600GTL for sale with 4,500 miles in Spanish Fork, UT for $22,900. Posted on this forum by another user.

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Not wanting to piss anyone off here but here I go anyway.
Some People are either too stupid or lazy to do the research about what things cost them selves. I get several calls per day from people wanting to know what it cost to tow their bike somewhere. I tell them $60.00 to come pickup the bike then a dollar a miles once it is loaded. Most of the time the next question well how far its it from point "A" to point "B" ? Usually I am in my truck & have no access to give them the mileage but I tell them that I can guess at about how far it is or they can go to Mapquest or Google maps , put in both addresses & get the miles. Most of the time I can hear the pause in their voices as they have no clue how to do that. I even get some that if I tell them its about 20 miles to tow the bike they can not even add 60 + 20 to get the price of $80.00.

So in this thread we have 1 person with misinformation about the price of these bikes & many more idiots that will not or are too lazy to look up the info for them selves and they just agree . At least 3 posts have given the RIGHT price but even with that this stupid thread lives on. Now WE ARE talking about US prices not foreign.

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32 thousand..........dollars?
$40,000 dollars here in Aus, where the Aus $$ is getting $1.02 US...

hmmmm wonder how many US guys would still buy the GTL at over $40,000US???


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$40,000 dollars here in Aus, where the Aus $$ is getting $1.02 US...

hmmmm wonder how many US guys would still buy the GTL at over $40,000US???


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post #38 of 38 Old Dec 13th, 2011, 10:26 am
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Re: k1600gtl prices

If thats what you have to pay and there are no other options I think i would figure a way to make it happen. The bike is nice in fact the best ive seen in this class of bikes. I guess one needs to just figure out if its what you really want at these kinda prices.
Lets see I bought a 28500 bike, 2400 helmetsw/comm, 749 gps, trailer 5500 ya know im riding this winter somewhere thats dry pavement,remodeled the garage for the new bike 1000, some clothing for the wife 800,the list goes on, so REALLY guys bottom line what does this bike cost you. Maybe some just opt for a GT and nothing else i really dont know.
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