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Andy Downes  says:

Norton sets price of Commando 961 at £15,995

Norton has set the price of its new Commando 961 at £15,995 with the first of the pre-production bikes expected to be built at the end of July. The Commando is the first bike the newly-British owned firm will be selling and represents the end of the work started on the parallel twin machine by the previous American owner Kenny Greer. Norton...

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majvs3628

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majvs3628 says:

Shame

What a shame. At £16k much too rich for my blood. I was going to delay buying a new bike until the new Norton was put on sale this summer. However, I suspected that the price would be ridiculous so I went ahead and bought a Bonnie instead.

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pervybrian

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pervybrian says:

Commando 961

And in two years time, you could buy another Bonnie from the money you saved - and Norton still won't have a new Commando for you to buy.

Bunch of dreamers who won't last the year, judging by their performances to date.

 

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chmeee5

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chmeee5 says:

Norton sets price of Commando 961

My take on this is that I really hope they sell these limited edition bikes and prosper enough to continue and produce more reasonably priced bikes in the future. Here in OZ though, they will still find eager buyers.

Even then, I believe they will be in the niche market that has MV, Benelli etc.
 
Well at least until Triumph buys them out.

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