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Old 05-26-2013, 07:23 PM   #16
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990's in KC, KS

If you are up for a fly and ride...

http://kansascity.craigslist.org/sea...990&catAbb=sss

Great deals, esp. the 2012's. Andrew's a nice guy. Call and talk to him.
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:40 PM   #17
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Yeah those bikes are gone. There is a 2010 left. I bought the blue 2012 for $12k. The white one was sold the same afternoon. The blue one is faster anyways!

I saw some in upper Midwest for the same price.
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Old 06-21-2013, 05:22 PM   #18
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Do a fly-n-ride. I've done it three times on used bikes. Quite a nice trip every time.

You don't need maps - just wander the general direction. When you get close you'll know which way to go.
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Old 11-05-2013, 12:17 PM   #19
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Any updates to this thread?

I'm looking to buy a leftover '12 or new '13 in December, but up here in the PNW - there's nothing as dealers are waiting on the 1190! Here's the real rub, in OR we don't pay sales tax, so fly and ride isn't realistic with the prospect of paying $800+ tax unless a dealer discounts it, and then I'd just be bummed knowing an OR/WA dealer could have gone that low had they an available bike!

I'm looking for somewhere around $13k OTD for the Baja edition, and $12.5-7 for a leftover '12 (no additions on either) and I'm not seeing a ton of wiggle room on cycletrader between the 40 bikes available in the country, but I'm thinking there is some - just not sure if they'd be willing to offset tax.

Any advice would be great.
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Old 11-05-2013, 12:40 PM   #20
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Any updates to this thread?

I'm looking to buy a leftover '12 or new '13 in December, but up here in the PNW - there's nothing as dealers are waiting on the 1190! Here's the real rub, in OR we don't pay sales tax, so fly and ride isn't realistic with the prospect of paying $800+ tax unless a dealer discounts it, and then I'd just be bummed knowing an OR/WA dealer could have gone that low had they an available bike!

I'm looking for somewhere around $13k OTD for the Baja edition, and $12.5-7 for a leftover '12 (no additions on either) and I'm not seeing a ton of wiggle room on cycletrader between the 40 bikes available in the country, but I'm thinking there is some - just not sure if they'd be willing to offset tax.

Any advice would be great.

The sales tax is charged when licensing in your home state. For example;
last December I purchased a 2012 990 R from Power Yamaha in Oregon and did not pay sales tax until I licensed it in Washington.
Did you check with Power Yamaha in Sublimity Oregon for any left over bikes?
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Old 11-05-2013, 08:19 PM   #21
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Bought a 12 Adventure R in July with the crash bars for 12,500.00. I felt it was a good deal as it listed for 14,500 without the bars and was the last one there. Love the bike, you'll love it too.
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Old 11-05-2013, 10:38 PM   #22
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The sales tax is charged when licensing in your home state. For example;
last December I purchased a 2012 990 R from Power Yamaha in Oregon and did not pay sales tax until I licensed it in Washington.
Did you check with Power Yamaha in Sublimity Oregon for any left over bikes?
That is VERY interesting, and something I didn't know. I thought sales tax was charged at the time of purchase, that really opens up options if it's like you say. However, since there is no sales tax in Oregon, I'm a little unsure if the state is set up to tax buyers in any capacity. Know what I mean? I know I can shop in WA and just present an ID and fill out a form, but here in OR, they aren't going to bother with tax at any point. Just issue a trip and you're on your way.

As for Sublimity. That was my first choice, my friend. Really like the guys down there. They responded and said they're waiting on the 1190 and can't get a 990 for me.

I've located a few nationwide that miiiight work, and will definitely be options without tax if I can get some wiggle room.

Thanks again.
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Old 11-05-2013, 10:43 PM   #23
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Bought a 12 Adventure R in July with the crash bars for 12,500.00. I felt it was a good deal as it listed for 14,500 without the bars and was the last one there. Love the bike, you'll love it too.
Um...yeah. That's a really good deal. From the way it sounds dealers are willing to deal (slightly, depending on year) but listed price sticks to MSRP in the hopes they can sell it on the floor to someone not comparison shopping, is my guess. Gotta try to get max $, right? Can't blame them.

I'm still surprised you got a 1 year old R with bars for $12.5k. That's a great price.
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Old 11-14-2013, 08:14 PM   #24
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I picked up my brand new 2012 990 Adventure in Fairbanks, AK for $13K out the door in Aug...I would have paid whatever they asked because I was very, very happy to find one here in Alaska!!
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Old 11-15-2013, 05:58 AM   #25
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Picked up a used 2012 Adventure R for 11k with 550 miles on it last month. Bike was still completely stock. PO was intimidated by the height and traded it in for a side by side. I plated it in a different state so I paid taxes there at registration. Winter farkle project already started.
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Old 11-15-2013, 11:52 AM   #26
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I paid $13,995 for my 07 standard Adventure in August of 07.
Six years later, I could get an R" for $1500 less?

Oh well, I feel I got my money's worth,, about a 1,000 times over
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Old 11-15-2013, 12:14 PM   #27
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Oh well, I feel I got my money's worth,, about a 1,000 times over
This ^^^

You can nickle and dime this shit to death, $100 bucks off here, $2000 off there. But in the meantime, others are riding, riding, and riding some more.

Life's too short boys. Buy your 9x0 and go ride the piss out of it.

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Old 11-15-2013, 08:00 PM   #28
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Life's too shirt boys. Buy your 9x0 and go ride the piss out of it.
Fuckin' A
It's a steal at $15k.....for what you get.
Miles of smiles. That's what you get.
Priceless.
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