Originally Posted by MariusD
Advertising is expensive, so companies don't do it unless:
1) They want to assure a successful launch of a new product
2) There is excess inventory building up that needs to be cleared.
So what does that tell us about the tenere? The market was probably hungry for a bike the the tenere, so it sold well during it's iniital launch and probably inventories have not gotten anywhere near the levels where "extra encouragement" is needed to move them. Companies don't waste money when they don't have to, and the fact that they are moving these bikes without flashy adds is nothing but good news in my book!
And what does that say about the bmw then? I'm not going to comment.
I don't agree, BMW sells so many and they still advertise
On the other hand, my dealer has had one sitting on the floor for a long time
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