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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 04-20-2006, 04:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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05 SV650S Good price?

Looking to buy an 05' Blue SV650S from a dealer here in NJ


With no money down, for about 4 years, what would be a good out the door price covering tax, title, and regristration fees, to include monthly payments.

Any help on this topic would help, the guy quoted me 6100, which is BS.


Let me know what the going price is!

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What kind of mods is on it? There was a sweet one on ebay posted by Gr1n1n that had all the mods done to it that was up to 4150.

Just to let you know I bought mine brand new for less then that, including taxes. It was completely stock though, but I had a deal with a guy I knew. If that is brand new and stock that sounds about right if you add in taxes and all that crap.

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bike is brand new from the dealership
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I have no idea.... but I'm sure VolEngineer does

I'll monitor this thread, because I'm interested in the same bike. Theres a sweet one on ebay actually ending today... let me find you the link.

Reserve not yet met...

Damn, I got beat to it... update: $4250, reserve still not met...
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MSRP is 6500, so if you are including taxes and everything out the door in that 6100. That isn't too bad.

http://www.suzukicycles.com/products...5/Default.aspx

6449 sorry my bad, but that is without taxes and everything. So you are getting a good deal.

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that doesn't include anything - plus it's a year old


I'd like to pay 5,900... is it possible?
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Man put a micron pipe on that thing and my rear seat cowl cover and that is what my bike will eventually look like. I love that undertail and the flush front turn signals.

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Vol was right, $6,500 MSRP

Whats wrong with a mint condition year old bike with a clean title and mods?! What do you mean it doesn't include anything?
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hey I'm not putting any money down, just getting the buy and doing payments.

so the only thing wrong with having a year old bike ending today is I dont have the money to put up
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that doesn't include anything - plus it's a year old


I'd like to pay 5,900... is it possible?
I am sure you could probably haggle him down close to that. Only problem is that it is not really any different from the 06, so that is why they didn't decrease the price any. The 06 colors aren't the best, so he probably can move that bike pretty good. I say you are getting a pretty good deal, I believe $5300 or so is dealer cost.

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true, he knows he can move it becuase he has had people calling in, I know the guy b/c I used to work at the place so I'm sure I can get him close to that price including taxes, title, and reg fees
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How do you plan on financing it?

If you get approved for a loan, you can have the $ deposited in your account. Then you can send a money order to the guy, and the bike will be shipped to your door. Usually when you finance through a dealer, unless you know somebody, they might give you the factory incentive $100 / month for the first six months dealy but soon after that your interest rate will more than likely be 20% which is absurd.

I hate bankers, creditors, and card companies, and I especially hate financing... so what I'm doing is saving up for it. Once I have half the cost of the bike, I'll take a loan out from pops, and owe him the money interest free.

Plus, he knows where I live!?
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Oh so the 6100 is without tax and everything. I say you haggle your ass off some more. Because you are going to want to mod that thing from it's kinda ugly stock look. I really don't like the S version naked, I got my fairings immediately put on. They are like 470 from ronayers.com.

Here is a great cheap site for factory accessories, eBay is still the best place though.

http://www.ronayers.com/catalogs/sga/type.cfm?secid=1

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Yeah I went through my employee credit union. I know the ladies that work there, so if they screw me over I am going to pay a visit to their house, LOL!

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I think he WANTS*** to get top dollar knowing that he can move the bike easily. Rather then get a loooow price for the bike being I used to work there, so I think he's trying to play it safe and give the standard. I'll have to talk to the manager or something.

What should I go for with tax, titles, and everything out the door?

5900? or 6100?

remember I'll be doing payments and then doing double payments this summer
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I think he wasn't to get top dollar knowing that he can move the bike easily. Rather then get a loooow price for the bike being I used to work there, so I think he's trying to play it safe and give the standard. I'll have to talk to the manager or something.

What should I go for with tax, titles, and everything out the door?

5900? or 6100?

remember I'll be doing payments and then doing double payments this summer
You can low ball him at 5900. All they can do is say no.

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I think that'll be y approach....probably going to move in there tomorrow and see what's going on.

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Good luck!

post up the pics when you get it!
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Oh be warned, it doesn't come with a center stand. I just had to buy a rear stand to clean my chain.

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