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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-16-2018, 01:50 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys....A potentially new bobber owner here....Just left my local Triumph dealer , Bobber ( Gloss ) black $14,800 out the door . Thoughts please . Good , bad , about right . I thought 1K freight and prep Is a bit high what do you guys think ?

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Hello Mar-Vel are you some sort of comic hero ?

Any way I see it like this I think if you look closely into peoples lively hoods people do have an hourly rate and there you have it.
Thinking I've just bought a bobber but maybe think for a moment about the logistics be it legal paper work or actual transportation.
Thats my take on the possible charges , on the other hand I might be completely wrong.
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Hey guys....A potentially new bobber owner here....Just left my local Triumph dealer , Bobber ( Gloss ) black $14,800 out the door . Thoughts please . Good , bad , about right . I thought 1K freight and prep Is a bit high what do you guys think ?

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I think my freight and prep were $775.00

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If you think that is high...offer less. You can’t be afraid of “no” and that’s all they can say. They should be afraid of “no” from you....unless their market is really good and don’t have to deal.

Think ahead also. Maybe they would be willing do your first service for free if you buy. Ask for it.
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If you think that is high...offer less. You can’t be afraid of “no” and that’s all they can say. They should be afraid of “no” from you....unless their market is really good and don’t have to deal.

Think ahead also. Maybe they would be willing do your first service for free if you buy. Ask for it.
LOL yeah I was going to ask for a free first service If I make my mind up to buy . Freight and prep are lumped into the 1K so not sure how much freight alone would be .
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Here's the breakdown for what I paid for my Bobber Black. Hope this helps!

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14200 plus tax and frieght. 17100 Canadian out the door
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post #8 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-16-2018, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks EricBerry.....Its broken down a little differently but out the door price Is almost the same . hmmm I didn't get any dealer discount though .
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My price for 2017 Bobber as follows: Unit price, $10,822.00- freight, $495.00-prep, $395.00-document fee, $245.00-title transfer fee, $105.00. Tax $731.77, tax based on bike plus extras less trade-in.
I don't know how this advances or helps with the subject at hand, prices differ depending on location and how eager the seller is to make a deal.

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My Bobber Black cost me $13,177 minus the $250 deposit I put down, no freight/setup fees or anything. Only a $27 NH title fee, which is really nice, and is just how my dealer operates without those costs so it's awesome. I've had other bikes I bought new that had roughly a $700 average extra fee for all those 'services' though.

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