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did anyone see the price for the 2010 600rr $11,199 and $12,199 for the ABS.

what the hell i bought my 09 one year ago today for 9,799. you would think the the economy the way it is the price would stay around the same guess not. they must be made of gold now.
 

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did anyone see the price for the 2010 600rr $11,199 and $12,199 for the ABS.

what the hell i bought my 09 one year ago today for 9,799. you would think the the economy the way it is the price would stay around the same guess not. they must be made of gold now.
That is stranggeeeee.

The white/red/black 2009 in a dealership in Thorton is selling for $7395 without doc fees and tax but it is brand new and that dealership always over stock. IT is a really nice bike, should have waited for it lol. It seems like the dealership does this every year!

http://denver.craigslist.org/mcy/1617835564.html
 

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You're comparing apples to oranges. Compare the change in the MSRP, not what you were able to buy a new 09 for.
Arent all of them have zero mileage? I wasn't trying to compare all of them by the msrp, I was trying to point out why would a person dumb enough to pay 11k for a brand new bike when you could buy a brand new bike for $7395? Just letting the other fellas know that there are good deals and that I got ripped off badly a year ago so I didn't want the next 600rr.net member screwed.

EDIT: Also, how can it be apples to oranges if both the 09-10 have the same exact specs?
 

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Arent all of them have zero mileage? I wasn't trying to compare all of them by the msrp, I was trying to point out why would a person dumb enough to pay 11k for a brand new bike when you could buy a brand new bike for $7395? Just letting the other fellas know that there are good deals and that I got ripped off badly a year ago so I didn't want the next 600rr.net member screwed.

EDIT: Also, how can it be apples to oranges if both the 09-10 have the same exact specs?
Because people don't pay MSRP.

They are listed for that much to lure in a few people that don't know any better.

I didn't say you aren't comparing equivalent bikes, you aren't comparing equal measures for the price. The fact that you can buy a new bike for 8k indicates a lack of demand for the bikes at anywhere near MSRP and that the 2010s will not magical all set for 3k more. The discounted 08s/09s will sell and the 10s will sit around until they are discounted to a reasonable close price.
 

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Arent all of them have zero mileage? I wasn't trying to compare all of them by the msrp, I was trying to point out why would a person dumb enough to pay 11k for a brand new bike when you could buy a brand new bike for $7395? Just letting the other fellas know that there are good deals and that I got ripped off badly a year ago so I didn't want the next 600rr.net member screwed.

EDIT: Also, how can it be apples to oranges if both the 09-10 have the same exact specs?
yeah my buddy picked up a brand new 08 1krr for 7k out the door. kinda kick my self in the ass for that one. but o well my 600 gets all the girls lol
 

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yeah my buddy picked up a brand new 08 1krr for 7k out the door. kinda kick my self in the ass for that one. but o well my 600 gets all the girls lol
Damnnnn 7k? that is such a good deal. Hehe is it only the bike getting the girls or more likely your skills and the fantastic hollywood smile?
 

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2010 MSRP - $11,199
2009 MSRP - $9,799 then later changed to $10,499
2008 MSRP - $9,599
2007 MSRP - $9,499

It's only a $700 increase. Less of an increase than your 2009 model over previous model. I'm actually surprised the increase wasn't greater, consider how fewer Yen the Dollar is worth now (about 90) compared to 2007 (about 120.) The 2009 model's MSRP converts to 895,920 Yen, while the 2007 model's MSRP converts to 1,139,880 Yen. So despite the price increase in Dollars, Honda is actually getting LESS per bike in their own currency.
 

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2010 MSRP - $11,199
2009 MSRP - $10,499
2008 MSRP - $9,599
2007 MSRP - $9,499

It's only a $700 increase. Less of an increase than your 2009 model over previous model. I'm actually surprised the increase wasn't greater, consider how fewer Yen the Dollar is worth now (about 90) compared to 2007 (about 120.) The 2009 model's MSRP converts to 895,920 Yen, while the 2007 model's MSRP converts to 1,139,880 Yen. So despite the price increase in Dollars, Honda is actually getting LESS per bike in their own currency.
Good point! Are you accountant or something? You know your math lol!! I didn't even think about the yen and how it decreased.
 

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2010 MSRP - $11,199
2009 MSRP - $10,499
2008 MSRP - $9,599
2007 MSRP - $9,499

It's only a $700 increase. Less of an increase than your 2009 model over previous model. I'm actually surprised the increase wasn't greater, consider how fewer Yen the Dollar is worth now (about 90) compared to 2007 (about 120.) The 2009 model's MSRP converts to 895,920 Yen, while the 2007 model's MSRP converts to 1,139,880 Yen. So despite the price increase in Dollars, Honda is actually getting LESS per bike in their own currency.
correction the intro price for the 09s were 9,799 and then the jacked the price up to 10,499 in april of 09
 

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+1 for this perspective

2010 MSRP - $11,199
2009 MSRP - $9,799 then later changed to $10,499
2008 MSRP - $9,599
2007 MSRP - $9,499

It's only a $700 increase. Less of an increase than your 2009 model over previous model. I'm actually surprised the increase wasn't greater, consider how fewer Yen the Dollar is worth now (about 90) compared to 2007 (about 120.) The 2009 model's MSRP converts to 895,920 Yen, while the 2007 model's MSRP converts to 1,139,880 Yen. So despite the price increase in Dollars, Honda is actually getting LESS per bike in their own currency.
 
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