Three manufacturers have announced price cuts ranging from £100 right up to £1500. Even the lusted after MV Agusta F4S is down £1001.
And there are hefty savings from Triumph. The new recommended retail price of the Triumph Sprint RS (2001 model year) is down £800 to £6499.
The 2002 Spring RS with the new generation 955cc engine will be available early next month for £7299.
The Trophy 1200 falls £1500 and is now available at £6999 (instead of £8499) while the Thunderbird is now £6149 instead of £7249. And these prices apply to both 2001 and 2002 models.
The price of the MV Agusta F4S, both solo and with pillion seat (the 1+1) are now £11,349, down £1001.
The Brutale S, due on sale in the UK in April, will cost £9349 when it arrives.
Cagiva (which owns MV Agusta) is also slashing prices. The Raptor 1000 is down £500 to £6299, the V-Raptor 1000 tumbles £400 to £6749 and the Navigator 1000 falls £300 to £6499.
The Raptor 650s new price is £4799 (down £251) and the V-Raptor 650 is now £5199, saving £201 on the old price.
The Planet 125 and Mito 125 have also been reduced in price, by £100 each.
The limited edition Xtra Raptor 1000 has now arrived in the UK and is offered at an introductory £7799, £500 less than expected.
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