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I have a 2022 R/T that's supposed to show up at the dealer on wed (Modesto calif.) it's been sitting on the east coast for about 30+ days...Let's see if anything is missing, I won't accept it for that kind of money it will need to be complete.
 

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I left the 1250 R/T motorcycle at the dealer; it did not have adaptative cruise control or a stereo system. I had insurance lyft ride to the dealer and was ready to ride away...Im a little pissed it was a 3+month wait now I am back to square one...
 

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The dealer had already ordered it, all I did was put down first deposit..
select package..$4,250
191 dynamic ESA
730 comfort
269 audio system prep
$300.00 for radio prep...the part is almost $900.00 and about 5 hours labor
 

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Thanks for letting us know. That's a serious bummer. It sucks that neither BMW nor the dealers seem to be on top of this. The least they could do is communicate clearly - I understand that some of this is out of their control. I'm assuming they couldn't give you an estimate of when you could get the bike you really want.
The "select package" $4,250 "premium package" $4,500...the websight order page does not show a select package...just the premium...I see the radio is a separate option, I thought it was part of the "package"...the Super Duke GT is looking good again...
 

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Perhaps they will be able to add it to the bike without much trouble when components are available
Info I have read says no, for some reason it can't be done but I am going to find more info about this...Im speaking about the active cruise control...I was wrong about my radio info, I got it from the dealer..lol! they dont even know whats what...
 

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I picked it up today and got in about 100 miles with a lot of curvy road, my bike does not have active cruise control and I think I can live without it although I wish it was installed. The R/T is fun and the wind protect is A+ comfort level is a 9 especially comparing to my Dragster RR that I would give a 4...I will make a video pretty soon.
 

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What type of discount did you get for the ACC not included in the package that you paid for
the premium package is $4,500...the "select" package is the $4,200 that my bike has and all of the other 2022 models on cycle trader minus one...The "build your bike" on the BMW web site does not have select just "premium package" so Im thinking because of the chip shortage the premium package has become the select package...
 

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I went back to my local dealer today. They have had a '21 white RT with ACC that I've been tempted by, but I thought I really wanted blue. Well, today they had received a blue bike (no ACC and reserved for someone else) and it turns out I don't like the color as much in person (it's darker than I expected). After staring at them side by side for a while I decided to go with the white one rather than putting a deposit on another blue one they have in transit. So @Mellow is right that there are bikes out there.

I also heard from the dealer that they've done a bunch of research on this topic. They delivered a bike to a seemingly very annoyed customer and that put their parts guy on the project of figuring out if a retrofit is possible. The parts guy seems sharp and he swears that it is possible and he has figured out all of the parts, some of which will not become available until late January. So @MasterSpin77 there may be hope yet. I'll be back in there at least once in the coming days (to pick up my bike!), so let me know if you want me to try to get that parts list. I should probably get it and share it here as a resource for others.

Side note: the financing on 2021 bikes is 1.9% and on 2022 it's 4.9%. I was waffling on whether to finance or not at 4.9%, but at 1.9% it's a no-brainer. So that was a nice little bonus.
Thanks, and yes, the parts list would be most triumphant!...we know more about the bike than the dealers, I was getting a little annoyed..they can't answer any questions on these subjects and I am going back tomorrow to press them about the stereo again I told them I want it installed on my first service...pretty sure no one even is looking into it, thanks for your help.
 

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My 2022 1250RT arrived at the dealer this week missing only the top case and the radio.
Was just at the dealer here and got more info on the ACC upgrade. There's actually a kit in the parts system for this retrofit, so it should be easy for the parts guys to find. The guy here was surprised that any other parts guy would have trouble finding it...

Anyway, attached is a pdf showing the kit and all of the individual parts and the cost. The scan is great because I used my phone, but it should be fine to print and hand to your local dealers. Hope this helps!

I asked for the same for the radio retrofit, but that one is only one part ($560 including CA tax) and didn't seem worth printing out. It's just the module (you have to have the audio prep kit installed already).
I got it printed, thanks!
 

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I have a '22 R1250RT and it originally came with radio prep and my dealer added the radio from the parts department. The time it took to get it installed was less than an hour and the part was $450. I think you are working with the wrong dealer.
My dealer does not know anything about these questions, I took them the parts list for the ACC today and also told them about the radio, All they get is a bulletin about these issues and it never goes past that it seems...Other than that the bike is fun to ride.
 
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