2009 Yamaha Zuma 125

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by soboy, Jun 7, 2008.

  1. 30Bones

    30Bones Long timer

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    Looking into this after I hear from a dealer friend on their inventory. I will be selling off my 2 50cc Razz's and use this for around town and possibly a 25 mile one way commute on 55mph roads....silly?

    EDIT, found new 09's not far from me for $2199, plus fees. Hoping to get one in the box and avoid their "set up" costs if I go this route.
  2. 30Bones

    30Bones Long timer

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    My friend manages the service dept for a local dealer and quoted me $2921.55 OTD for a new 09. tax/title/tags and "at their cost" whatever that means.
  3. sdwindansea

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    That is almost exactly what I paid in Southern California for mine this past weekend. I was at $2992 OTD, but that included a $150 two year extended warranty (Y.E.S.).
  4. 30Bones

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    Seems like too many fees. I may go in Saturday to get a detailed list. I don't want it setup, just in a crate tax/title/tags/doc fee and get me outta there. Plus there is a $300 cash back on the 125 right now.
  5. sdwindansea

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    I actually didn't pay any dealer/freight fees at all. Here is the break down of what I paid, which is required in CA.
    • Sales price of $2472 (that included the $300 Yamaha incentive)
    • Sales tax of $216
    • DMV license fee of $95
    • Documentation fee of $55
    • California tire fee of $3.50
    • Optional Extended 2 year warranty (Y.E.S.) of $156
    All of the fees, with the exception of the extended warranty are mandatory in California. I shopped around for months and this was easily the best deal I could find. I would've been out the door for $2841 without the extended warranty.
  6. 30Bones

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    Thanks, the same fees are required here as well, but will likely vary some. I want to get it for the ~2200 I have found at another dealer, plus the fees and no real need for the warr. IMO, but we will see.
  7. BurgerFriesDrink

    BurgerFriesDrink Been here awhile

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    Picked up my new z125 today and immediately installed the new footbar/peg combo from KillerScooter/BTX once I got home. Much comfier for my taller self. I also have a spare set of 13" apehangers that I might put on if I get super bored this winter. I'm going to be getting some looks anyway, so I figure why not add some righteous apes into the mix?

    Hey 30Bones, I have a buddy in Mount Vernon. Cold out there yet?
  8. 30Bones

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    Why yes sir it is!
  9. 30Bones

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    My breakdown from what I recall from the dealer (he would not gimme the breakdown to keep) :huh
    • Sales price of $2599 (that included the $300 Yamaha incentive)..yes I laughed at their "cost"
    • Sales tax of $130
    • DMV license fee, Documentation fees totaled $195
    • $2924 Out the door
    Going to the twin cities after New Years and they have some now for $2299, but have a $199 set up fee on top of that. If I can get that deleted or one in a crate I am buying it and will pay my states tax/fees on my own.