The deals you’ve done
We asked you to share your recent deals with other motorcyclenews.com users. The first are already coming in…
Lucy Callear, 20, bought an 04 plate Suzuki SV 650s in Yorkshire for £4100. She got crash mushrooms, restrictor kit and fitting thrown in.
Mark Harrison, 26, also picked up a brand new Suzuki SV650s in Lancashire but paid £100 more at £4200. He also managed to get 10% off his clothing.
Shawn Wood, 29, bought a 2004 Honda CBR600RR. List price was £7,299 but he only paid £6,800 on the road and got a disk lock thrown in.
Geo Hollas bought a GSX-R750 K4 for £6795 otr from a Scottish dealer. He said: "I was planning to buy a GSX-R600K4 but when I was quoted only £6250 for the 600 (without haggling), I decided to ask about the 750 and at that price I couldn't refuse."
Michael Anderson bought a 2004 Aprilia RSV Mille R in London for £8495. He couldn't get anything off the price but got a Scottoiler and crash bungs thrown in.
Aron Burghart bought a 2004 Triumph Daytona 600 in Nottingham for £6000. List price is £6399 otr. He traded in his 2001 Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 XLH (with Stage 1 and re-bored to 1200) with 13k on the clock) for it and only had to put in £1900 cash.
Martin Keable, 36, bought a 2002 Ducati Monster S4 in Buckinghamshire for £4800. When he started looking there were several bikes priced just shy of £6000. But he found one reduced from £5999 to £4999 and haggled it down to £4800 with 12-month warranty (£500max claim) and 10% off the bike kit he bought that weekend.
Jon Marsh bought a 2004 Aprilia Tuono Fighter in Lancashire for £7200 otr with a DataTool system3 alarm. Retail was £7595 + otr without the alarm.
Andy Sixsmith, 40, bought a new Suzuki GSX1400K3 in Cambridgeshire for £5195 otr. It's a parallel import with no extras thrown in but he got a good price for his Daytona 900, he says. The dealer delivered the bike to Unit Sidecars in Essex to have a Watsonian GP700 Sidecar fitted and all the work was finished a week ahead of schedule. Total cost, including additional trailer, £11,500
Jason Budd 28 got a brand new Aprilia RS125 GP in Hertfordshire for £3,400 otr. He managed to get £200 off and 15% off any accessories he bought.
Graham Cartwright, 50, bought a 2004 Yamaha R1 in York for £8600. He got no extras and paid £200 for a Meta alarm.
Bill Davis traded in his Kawasaki ZX-9 for a 2004 ZX-10R. The bike was £8550 and he got £3000 for the ZX-9. There wasn't room to haggle much but he got Datatag thrown in.
Nev Dean bought a 2004 Kawasaki Z1000 for £6999 otr. The list price is £7399 otr
Geoff Dodsworth, 38, got a Suzuki GSX-R1000 K4 in Yorkshire for £7799 including a Meta alarm, that's £750 off list price plus a £275 alarm
Warren Gill, 37, bought a Suzuki GSX-R750 for £6550 including a Laserline 862 alarm. He got £3750 for his 3yr old Honda CBR600F with 9700miles on the clock.
Dave Carne, 48, bought an SP-2 from an official East Anglian dealer for £8,595. His alarm set him back an extra £300. Dave reckons he also got a very good deal from Honda insurance, saving himself £200 over his previous company.
Derek Sylvester, 35, bought a 2004 official Yamaha FJR1300 ABS in Galaxy Blue with Datatag kit, Yamaha Inner bags for panniers and official Yamaha heated grips for £9950. List prices are: £10600 (bike) + £50 (Datatag) + £50 (inner bags) + £175 (grips) = £10,875.
Neil Suffolk bought a 2004 Yamaha R1 in Red/Black in South London. He paid £9399 with GAP insurance - £298 plus Datatool Cat 1 alarm - £299. He said: " No other extras, and none were offered FOC. "
Steve Reynolds, 31, bought a 2004 model GSX-R750 for £7100 (its list is £7699). It’s a UK model sourced in Devon.
Paul Ewing bought a Honda Super Blackbird in Glasgow with a Baglux harness, Alpha tank bag, hugger and Scottoiler for £8440 all in. The list price is £8499 without the extras.
Roger Lyon managed to get an £800 trade-in on his Y-reg Peugeot Speedfight 100 to afford his 2004 Aprilia RS125 GP1 at £3672 at a dealers in Gloucestershire.
Spencer Gibbens has just got a 9000-mile, mint condition Kawasaki ZX7-R P3 (1998) for £3499. Apparently it’s never been out in the wet, and he managed to get a £2700 trade-in for his old 2001 Honda Hornet 600.
Keith Mitchell is still happy about the Suzuki Bandit 1200S he bought early this year. The pre-registered bike was advertised at £4800, but he got a good trade in. Especially as he describes his old bike as a 10-year-old GSX750F with an oil leak, rusty exhaust, knackered battery, worn-out rear tyre and 51,000 miles on the clock!
Have you just bought a new bike? How much did you pay and what did you get for your money?
We want to track the real prices real riders are paying right now. And we’ll share your feedback with the thousands of users who visit this site every day.
We’d like to know: The make, model and year of the bike you bought, what the list price was and how much you actually paid (and any extras that got thrown in to sweeten the deal), whether the bike is an official or parallel import and which region of the nation you bought the bike in.
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