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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Dorsicano, Feb 3, 2011.
Not my recollection...perhaps someone has the facts. What are you going to road race a GS
Sorry, no good overview photo I could find.
Thanks bud, I've seen that one. Touratech will be at the bike show in London next week, so as a last resort, I guess I could go and have a look, in the flesh
Just saw the price has been announced .
$17,095 - Standard Package = heated grips, bag mounts and cruise.
$18,485 - Premium Pack.= ESA, computer pro, GPS prep., Chrome ex., heated grips, hand protectors, bag mounts, enduro asc, riding modes and cruise.
$19,365 - Premium Plus = adds tire pressure monitors and LED head light but removes the chrome exhaust.
Per BMW of San Francisco's face book page.
Damn it's cheap in US...
Yeah, but they'll still moan
Those prices are higher from what I know. Your prices are MSRP + Dealer profit.
Indeed. A european full option including some accesories goes for around 25000 dollars
How is this even possible for a bike MADE in Germany.
(I mean currency conversion loses, plus taxes, plus shipping... it should be more expensive in USA not the opposite)
Also they seem to be getting more sensible extras packs.
Damn, I did get "bundled".:eek1
It's a big battle for marketshare in the U.S., for cars too and the consumer is the winner. Your country may also have higher customs duties or fees that increase the price as well. In the US we also have sales taxes added on to the prices noted....about 8% for me but varies by State and County.
I am sure they know Greece has soooo much money for consumer goodies... eh Plissken? :huh
US prices are before any taxes, setup, and fees. Some dealers call out up to $500 set up fee (rip off), taxes are different per state, license fee are a few hundred bucks, not that much.
Looks like when you calculate all that, the prices in the US are about 5% higher than in Germany (before tax). Not certain whether I'm basing on the correct data though, as I don't have official German pricing, just what I found online via a quick Google scan.
Base price is $350 less than outgoing 2012 GS.
It's 12% taxes in Canada on top of the price shown on the sticker
The premium plus is $485 more than the price of my 2011 GS, but my bike does not have cruise control or LED Headlight. Not a bad deal.
Dealer says Prices quoted include BMW North Americas $495.00 "destination" charge.
BMW released dealer pricing today in USA.
Thanks. It tallies up correctly.
Hey, it's the American way ...............