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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Covert, Aug 31, 2019.
Only if you order your bike unless your dealer is willing to swap wheels.
Not a BMW owner, never have been, but stopped by Eurosports in Asheville and bought a new pin lock faceshield for my Klim Helmet $85. But then I saw this and now I'm lusting. I went to the BMW site to 'Build' a 2020 GS1250, but it's not functional, anyone know why? There are so many options with BMWs I feel that I need to educate myself. I really don't want or need a passenger seat at all. I'd prefer a solo seat with a flat mounting plate that is flush with the top of the panniers. I believe this used to be a BMW option, but may now be only aftermarket. Then there are so many choices for hard panniers, that will take a lot of research.
Anyone want to buy a really cherry 2010 Ducati Multistrada with 62,000+ miles on it? For some reason they don't want it on trade
anyone see what BMW is offering for incentives November yet?
Brought her home today!
Them OEM parts are looking good!
I got a killer deal on some of the stuff, such as the cases that I couldn’t pass up. Taking them off in a few seconds to bring them inside was great. My last cases required tools and some more time, which only got more annoying when it was cold outside.
a thing I noticed when riding her home today was that right away I felt like it was mine. In the past riding off the lot with something new felt like I was taking someone else’s vehicle.
Needless to say I’m happy and can’t wait to start getting some farkles going.
Just take your checkbook and see Justin. Best dealership around- period!
When demand is higher than supply....
I was in the local shop in Vancouver, Wa. on Saturday kicking the tires on a 2020 Calmeta green 1250 GSA. They had put tags on all the GS's and GSA's that there is a BMW mandated hold on selling these bikes due to leaking front brake calipers.
They expect BMW to provide a fix or replacement parts soon.
I am pretty much ready to buy when they bikes are fixed. However being in the Pacific Northwest it is a crap shoot how much riding will happen till spring time. Some years you can ride all winter, some years the weather limits much big bike riding, for me anyway. Since there is no incentives offered to buy now I may just wait till end of Feb. It wouldn't take much of a incentive for me to buy now but the dealer unwilling to even throw in a free first service. So they can pay their flooring costs till spring I guess. BTW I do have a nice 690 ktm to ride in the mean time.
I LOVE THIS!
Supply and demand. Bmw us having no problems selling these bikes. I doubt you will see any incentives for awhile, if ever honestly. These things are flying off the floor. My local dealer has 3 more coming in, of which 2 are already spoken for.
Yeah you are probably right.
I was told be a dealer yesterday that there are currently incentives to buy the 1250.
Maybe thats for 2019?
I didnt ask details.
Was a dealer so could be BS
I've seen incentives on the 2019 GS ($1k, $500 towards BMW gear, 3.99%/60mo) but not GSA. It's not posted on the official BMW USA website, but some dealers are offering it.
I turned down $3k off MSRP for a 2019 GSA when buying my 2020, I probably could have negotiated that down more if I was interested in the 2019. One could definitely save some coin on one of those. I was fortunate enough to save some money on my 2020, it would have been even sweeter if I could have taken advantage of the BMW Motorrad promos.
Any real advantage in 2020 over 2019, apart from the beta testing issue
What was the location for those incentives?
Sierra BMW, Sparks, NV
Nope, exactly the same as far as I know.