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2010 Level 4 (airbag) right around $22,900 sound about right?

How much more for a 2012 Level 4?
 

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$600 for 2012 vs. 2010... ???

I wouldn't say that it is an outstanding deal.

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You are comparing two different bikes. One is a level 4, the other is a level 3. That is why there is only $600 difference. My question had to do with two bikes equipped the same (both level 4).
 
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2010 Level 4 (airbag) right around $22,900 sound about right?

How much more for a 2012 Level 4?
I was recently quoted $25,999.00 for a 2012 w/airbag by a local dealer.

That's $400.00 more than Lake Hill's listed price.
 

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Call Southern Honda in Chattanooga, Tenn., for a price quote. They give an "out the door" price...
 

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Compared to what I paid for my level 2, it's a good deal. I paid $22,000 for mine last year.
 

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Schroaders level 4 2012:


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The first # read backwards is if it's in stock "out the door price"

the second # read backwards is if you order one and wait.
 

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Call Southern Honda in Chattanooga, Tenn., for a price quote. They give an "out the door" price...
 

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Schroaders level 4 2012:


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The first # read backwards is if it's in stock "out the door price"

the second # read backwards is if you order one and wait.
Not a big deal, just curious. Why the veiled price quote.
Why not say;
2012 Level 4 GL1800
$26,994 for an in-stock GL1800
$23,994 for one that you order and then wait for.
Prices good at Schroaders Honda. Get them now!!!
 

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Not a big deal, just curious. Why the veiled price quote.
Why not say;
2012 Level 4 GL1800
$26,994 for an in-stock GL1800
$23,994 for one that you order and then wait for.
Prices good at Schroaders Honda. Get them now!!!
Agreed!

Now I am curious why your save an additional $3,000 to wait on a bike. HMMMM.......
 

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When I bought my 2012 ABS a couple of weeks ago I used the prices I found on the Net for a starting point. Some of these price were extremely low. I was willing to buy from anywhere in the country and drive it home to S-Cal. By the time I bought from my local dealer he was POed at the internet pricing. Apparently Honda has a policy of requiring only a single price nationally that can be advertised. Obviously, in this economy, the dealers are pushing the envelope on that policy, and since a sold bike is a sold bike to Honda, they're not really too upset at those dealers.
I ended up paying $22,800 for my 2012 ABS plus $500 for the 4 year warranty.
Was that as good as I could have done? No. But, I'm good with it.
 
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