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Andy Downes  says:

KTM slashes prices by up to £2000 in new offer

KTM is chopping up to £2000 off the list price of selected 2010 models for a limited time as it takes off the VAT. KTM says: “KTM UK would like to announce a fantastic promotion on selected models from its Street range, offering customers some great savings equivalent to VAT off new KTM motorcycles. This offer is only available for a limited...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (09 September 2010 15:53)

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Jun 07

Posts: 4

jonwalters says:

Too little Too late

Unfortunately KTM priced themselves out of the market with ridiculous price increases about a year ago and have struggled ever since, which is a shame because I've purchased a new Z1000 a month ago, but desperately wanted the SMT, but couldn't stretch to it. I don't know who's more gutted, me or them.

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Jun 10

Posts: 5

isit says:

clearing inventory

Its limited to 1000 bikes accross Europe and for 1 month - my quess is they are clearing inventory before new models are announced.

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Jun 08

Posts: 410


Once again we see a motorcycle manufacturer heavily discounting at the end of the season on what will be 1 year old bikes in less than 4 months. Why can they not offer them at the start of the motorcycling year ie April when the numbers they would more than likely sell offset this end of year desperation that is becoming endemic in new motorcycle sales. Spare a thought for anyone who has recently purchased and is now up to the tune of £2,000 worse off in the second hand market . Ciao

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Jun 09

Posts: 123

antimagneto says:

R1 value

R1 0% finance, Akrapovic's foc so priced the same effectively. Ride the RC8 and the R1 and your mind will be made up. There are plenty of v-twins but only one 'long bang 4' - it's a unique experience - torque, power, sound, it smoothly ticks all the boxes. Fair do's, the S1000RR delivers, but do we all really want to trust electronics to that degree and also get our pants pulled down by the dealer network for service? Not me, thanks. Still, what do I know? Most buy on looks anyway and I'm never going to understand why the gaudy Repsol Blade sells at all - gypsy caravanitis is all I can put it down to. We should applaud Yamaha for innovation IMO. Try one.

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Oct 08

Posts: 24

TWeaKoR says:


That's just the thing: you CAN'T ride the R1 alongside the RC8, not before you've bought one at least. We should slate Yamaha for their contempt and for moving the act of buying a motorcycle backwards.

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Jan 10

Posts: 4

axenosher says:

Still at a premium

Love the Duke - but man, at £350 more than a Street Triple, even with the promotional discount, it can only ever be for dyed-in-the-wool enthusiasts.

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