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Hello. The dealership where I'm at is getting a SE this Saturday. They claim that it's the last Fury they're getting this year so they won't budge on the price:mad: They want $14000 + t&tl = $15638.69.:eek: I think I can get them down to $15000 since I'm paying cash, but I think that's still too much considering the msrp says $13499. How much did you all pay for your SE? If you share, thank you very much. If you don't want to divulge that info, I totally understand.
 

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Hello. The dealership where I'm at is getting a SE this Saturday. They claim that it's the last Fury they're getting this year so they won't budge on the price:mad: They want $14000 + t&tl = $15638.69.:eek: I think I can get them down to $15000 since I'm paying cash, but I think that's still too much considering the msrp says $13499. How much did you all pay for your SE? If you share, thank you very much. If you don't want to divulge that info, I totally understand.
Don't know where you are but there are some on ebay, and in the classifieds here for less, depends on how far you want to go to get one, and if you reallly like that color
 

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Hello. The dealership where I'm at is getting a SE this Saturday. They claim that it's the last Fury they're getting this year so they won't budge on the price:mad: They want $14000 + t&tl = $15638.69.:eek: I think I can get them down to $15000 since I'm paying cash, but I think that's still too much considering the msrp says $13499. How much did you all pay for your SE? If you share, thank you very much. If you don't want to divulge that info, I totally understand.
I am in nj and my dealer is selling the se for msrp. He said same thing to me, last one in stock can't het anymore blahblah. Anyway, total price out the door is 15180, which is prep, tax, title and doc fees. I wiSh I had the cash.
 

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Don't buy one for over MSRP. I got mine at MSRP a few months ago. It should be easier to get one at a better price now. They are on ebay.
 

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I purchased mine at MSRP also. Although I snagged the first SE in AZ... they have another SE on the floor at Coyote Honda :cool:
 

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I purchased mine at MSRP also. Although I snagged the first SE in AZ... they have another SE on the floor at Coyote Honda :cool:
I also paid MSRP for the first matte silver in GA. I would say look around you may find a more flexible dealer online.
 

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Priced out a silver one

Silver in stock on the floor $14879 with everything out the door. Talked him down to 14k even. Financed over 5 yrs with 2k down equals 292 month @ 14.5 interest. I had to walk away.
 

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HOLY BEJESUS! :eek: what an interest rate!
 

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Baught mine for MSRP. My dealer didn't charge me any assembly or dock fees. In fact, they said all that needs to be done is take it out of the crate and put the mirrirs and battery on. Don't let them hose you on that stuff.
 

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They tried to hose me on interest, so I sold my truck and paid cash!!!!!
how much can i get for a slightly used kidney???:D
 

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How much for an SE

It's worth what you are willing to pay for it! Remember, you can always walk away, and watch the next guy ride away... but, can you get it cheaper somewhere else or, are you sacrificing time and convenience for a few bucks...

Time is money.

Good luck! Please note, I paid "MSRP" and I consider my "Fury" to be one of my best purchases ever!!!!!!!
 

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I'm getting a sense that people possibly are not as interested in paying the price for a Fury. Basically they haven't changed. The MSRP is one thing but depending on where you live you still have sales tax, probably 6%, title, license plate X-fer, finance charge and finally the end loan percent based upon your credit rating. For the SE that alone will push the price OTD into the middle of $14K or slightly higher.

In fact it seems to me the level of excitement is starting to die off overall in the Forum. Are people now not as excited about the Fury's since they've had them for awhile?

Maybe wishing they wish they had gotten something else instead?
 

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I'm getting a sense that people possibly are not as interested in paying the price for a Fury. Basically they haven't changed. The MSRP is one thing but depending on where you live you still have sales tax, probably 6%, title, license plate X-fer, finance charge and finally the end loan percent based upon your credit rating. For the SE that alone will push the price OTD into the middle of $14K or slightly higher.

In fact it seems to me the level of excitement is starting to die off overall in the Forum. Are people now not as excited about the Fury's since they've had them for awhile?

Maybe wishing they wish they had gotten something else instead?
If i may, in my opinion, people are willing to pay a reasonable price for the Fury or any other product for that matter. What I perceive to be the problem is that buyers are more cautious and/or less apt to be screwed by banks/dealers.At some point dealers are nickle and diming customers and refuse to chaulk items up to "cost of doing business" i.e dealer prep fees/ doc fees. ( also consider bank interest rates through the roof) . I get it that the fury is a hot item but IMO, considering the economy, dealers should be pushing product and making sales and not play the elite item routine. Does it not make sense to to make it up in volume as opposed to play the "buy it now or lose it forever routine"?????
 

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I totally agree with you esq. But we have all dealt with motor vehicle dealers whether it be cars, trucks or in this case motorcycles and they all have that superior attitude about them. Its their business and they know exactly what they paid for it and we don't. We have an idea but that puts them at the advantage.

I refused to pay dealer prep fees once. Argued the point and finally the salesperson (Harley) said: "look around this place, every bike and every part and piece of clothing will sell, 100% of it, so if you don't buy it the next person through the door will!"

Well needless to say this person went back out the door!

In the back of my mind I'm thinking the prices for this particular bike will fall soon as the dealers and the market become flooded with them or trends change and buyers move on to someother interest or type of bike. So those of us who paid these higher prices are not going to be happy campers in six months when we see Fury's listed at $10,000 or less.
 

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I'm getting a sense that people possibly are not as interested in paying the price for a Fury. Basically they haven't changed. The MSRP is one thing but depending on where you live you still have sales tax, probably 6%, title, license plate X-fer, finance charge and finally the end loan percent based upon your credit rating. For the SE that alone will push the price OTD into the middle of $14K or slightly higher.

In fact it seems to me the level of excitement is starting to die off overall in the Forum. Are people now not as excited about the Fury's since they've had them for awhile?

Maybe wishing they wish they had gotten something else instead?
The reason why I started this thread was to see if my dealer was quoting me roughly what others were paying for their SE. If he's quoting me fairly, give or take a couple of hundred, then I'm getting my SE this Saturday. I understand price will vary depending on region and supply and demand. I just don't want to be the donkey's a$$ driving around the most expensive stock Fury in the U.S. THERE IS NO WORSE FEELING THAN FEELING OR KNOWING THAT YOU GOT CHEATED OR SCREWED FOR YOUR HARD EARNED CASH WHEN MAKING A PURCHASE. I work 364 days/yr (only take New Years off) and it's not worth it for me to close my business down a day or two to save a couple of hundred dollars to purchase a SE in a different state. Here's what my dealer quoted:

Base Price: $14000
Dealer Prep: $275
Freight: $275
Tax: 6.25%
Tag, Title, License: $85.30
Documentary Fee: $50
State Inspection: $14.50
V.I.T: $22.40
Total Cash Price: $15638.69

If I can get it down to $15000, is this a reasonable price?
 

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I'm not sure where you are but for an SE here it was $14,782 OTD.

That's they whole shooting match......inclusive of everything on the SE model.

The other colors available were anywhere from $500 to $1000 cheaper base price as they said the SE was a limited production model.

Seems like a substantial increase based on only a flat gray color and painted black wheels but alike in every other way.
 
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