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Old 11-01-2012, 02:39 PM   #3856
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As far as reliability issues on my 2011 S Touring... I bought the 5 year extended warranty specifically because I thought there were so many new gizmo's on this bike that it was a good bet. Almost 2 years in and so far so good but if things start to go I am covered. .
Good to know you have had no issues, how many miles do you have on your 2011? They told me $1299 for the extra 3 years of warranty? Sound about right? I did not think that was to bad of a price for the warranty?
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Old 11-01-2012, 02:53 PM   #3857
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Good to know you have had no issues, how many miles do you have on your 2011? They told me $1299 for the extra 3 years of warranty? Sound about right? I did not think that was to bad of a price for the warranty?
I got my extended warranty for less, but paid more for the bike. I suspect the dealer is making a few bucks on the warranty sale but I wouldn't begrudge him that based on the deal he has offered you. Yours is a screaming deal, even if you have to pay freight (just as the dealer did) and set up. and I'd let him make a few dollars on the warranty to keep things friendly.
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:24 PM   #3858
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Good to know you have had no issues, how many miles do you have on your 2011? They told me $1299 for the extra 3 years of warranty? Sound about right? I did not think that was to bad of a price for the warranty?
If I understood your post correctly, you said your dealer is offering you a 2013 MTS12 S Touring for $3,000 off MSRP before the first one even hits the dealer floors. Pay what ever he asks for the warranty, because if he honors that price, it's the freakin' deal of the century.

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Old 11-01-2012, 04:20 PM   #3859
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If I understood your post correctly, you said your dealer is offering you a 2013 MTS12 S Touring for $3,000 off MSRP before the first one even hits the dealer floors. Pay what ever he asks for the warranty, because if he honors that price, it's the freakin' deal of the century.

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Isn't the 2013 model a Grand Touring??
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Old 11-01-2012, 04:35 PM   #3860
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Isn't the 2013 model a Grand Touring??
There are 4 models for 2013:
- 1200 S (MSRP $16,995)
- 1200 S Touring (MSRP $19,995)
- 1200 S Pikes Peak (MSRP $21,995)
- 1200 S Granturismo (MSRP $21,995)

Note those are US prices per Ducati USA's web site.

They dropped the 1200 S Sport from the lineup because it's basically the Pikes Peak with different colored plastics/paint and cheaper wheels (vs. forged Marchesini's on the PP).

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Old 11-01-2012, 04:39 PM   #3861
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There are 4 models for 2013:
- 1200 S (MSRP $16,995)
- 1200 S Touring (MSRP $19,995)
- 1200 S Pikes Peak (MSRP $21,995)
- 1200 S Granturismo (MSRP $21,995)

Note those are US prices per Ducati USA's web site.

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Old 11-01-2012, 09:05 PM   #3862
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There are 4 models for 2013:
- 1200 S (MSRP $16,995)
- 1200 S Touring (MSRP $19,995)
- 1200 S Pikes Peak (MSRP $21,995)
- 1200 S Granturismo (MSRP $21,995)

Note those are US prices per Ducati USA's web site.

They dropped the 1200 S Sport from the lineup because it's basically the Pikes Peak with different colored plastics/paint and cheaper wheels (vs. forged Marchesini's on the PP).

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Sonnova! That really pisses me off. The GT has all the stuff I'd want from a MTS from the factory, yet I paid the same price for mine and then had to buy all the extras...
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Old 11-01-2012, 09:28 PM   #3863
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I believe they dropped the 1200S Sport from the lineup in 2011.

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There are 4 models for 2013:
- 1200 S (MSRP $16,995)
- 1200 S Touring (MSRP $19,995)
- 1200 S Pikes Peak (MSRP $21,995)
- 1200 S Granturismo (MSRP $21,995)

Note those are US prices per Ducati USA's web site.

They dropped the 1200 S Sport from the lineup because it's basically the Pikes Peak with different colored plastics/paint and cheaper wheels (vs. forged Marchesini's on the PP).

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Old 11-01-2012, 09:33 PM   #3864
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Sonnova! That really pisses me off. The GT has all the stuff I'd want from a MTS from the factory, yet I paid the same price for mine and then had to buy all the extras...


The GT is the S Touring w/ top box, larger pannier lids, crash bars, aux lights, and bigger screen. The S Touring has always been $19,995. You can add all the GT stuff to a S Touring for about $3k, making that combo around $22,995. Are you saying you paid $21,995 for a '10-'12 S Touring and then added the other bits on top of that?!?!?

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Old 11-01-2012, 09:36 PM   #3865
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The GT is the S Touring w/ top box, larger pannier lids, crash bars, aux lights, and bigger screen. The S Touring has always been $19,995. You can add all the GT stuff to a S Touring for about $3k, making that combo around $22,995. Are you saying you paid $21,995 for a '10-'12 S Touring and then added the other bits on top of that?!?!?

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With tax, title, and all the other fees it was $22K OTD. The MSRP for the GT is a little above that which means in about 8 months it will be the same price OTD.
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Old 11-02-2012, 07:44 AM   #3866
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The GT is the S Touring w/ top box, larger pannier lids, crash bars, aux lights, and bigger screen.

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I knew about all the upgrades/difference in GT but the larger screen. I had not heard that.
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:16 AM   #3867
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If I understood your post correctly, you said your dealer is offering you a 2013 MTS12 S Touring for $3,000 off MSRP
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I believe he said it was A 2012. doesn't make sense for a dealer to offer the same deal for a 2013 but buying in winter is a good time to get a deal on most bikes anyway.
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:20 AM   #3868
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I knew about all the upgrades/difference in GT but the larger screen. I had not heard that.



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"The new Multistrada 1200 is equipped with a larger windscreen (18 mm taller and 43 mm wider) to offer superior wind protection. Windscreen height can be adjusted within a 60 mm range through a mechanism designed for easy single-hand operation even with the gloves on."

The above quote was taken from the Ducati USA description of the GT, but maybe it's bigger on ALL of the '13's?

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Old 11-02-2012, 09:24 AM   #3870
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I believe he said it was A 2012. doesn't make sense for a dealer to offer the same deal for a 2013 but buying in winter is a good time to get a deal on most bikes anyway.
Wow. I never said 2012, I said that price is for a 2013. If all else fails, go back & read what I POSTED.
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