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Old November 24th, 2010, 02:30 PM   #16
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Exactly! This is a time for buyers. Just remember to not cry when you see Rossi riding the Duc not the Yamaha.



LOL....oh lets not get confused, I know which bike I want, but I'm also a realist when it comes to cost. Worse case I get a R1 and in a few years I buy a Ducati just as my wife suggested. To me that isn't a bad worse case scenerio
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Old November 26th, 2010, 04:58 PM   #17
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i got a 2009 1198s, red with bronze frame, ill get rid of for $15000 pm if you interested
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Old November 26th, 2010, 05:01 PM   #18
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I just purchased my 2010 1198S (brand new) for $17,750 from Motoprimo in Lakeville, MN. I figure the cost of the Termi exhaust on the one you're looking at is worth the 400 miles on it!

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Old November 26th, 2010, 09:10 PM   #19
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Most of the financing form my '09 1198s came from me selling a 2001 Ford F150 Lightning, clean w/ 33k miles on it.

Performance vehicles are a niche market and the market bears exactly whether or not people want the vehicle. Generally, lower volume high performance vehicles command higher prices for sellers willing to stay firm. I was and I got the max kbb indicated for my vehicle (which averaged 14mpg in a market with $3.75 super unleaded).

There are cash strapped bike owners out there or those who may need to comply with the wishes of someone else in the household. Bikes are typically high on the list of spousal hatred, but the 1198s is a low volume, high performance bike with top shelf brakes & suspension, not to mention a stout motor. It's also -technically- the first US road legal traction control bike.

Not a perfect machine, but having spent the money I feel it was most certainly worth it. It's tough to fault a seller for holding firm on their price for this vehicle.

If you have the patience then wait. You'll be able to score a deal. The dealer price you're looking at isn't shabby though.

I could've had the R1 for a bunch less than the 1198s. I'm not sorry.

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Old November 30th, 2010, 09:27 AM   #20
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I just purchased my 2010 1198S (brand new) for $17,750 from Motoprimo in Lakeville, MN. I figure the cost of the Termi exhaust on the one you're looking at is worth the 400 miles on it!
The real question will be can he sit on it all winter and wait for spring to sell and then what depreciation will there be considering the 1198sp will be out.
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Old December 1st, 2010, 03:55 PM   #21
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The real question will be can he sit on it all winter and wait for spring to sell and then what depreciation will there be considering the 1198sp will be out.

Very true.........!! I get to look at my new ride for 4+ months now without riding it! THIS SUCKS !!
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Old December 3rd, 2010, 05:18 AM   #22
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Very true.........!! I get to look at my new ride for 4+ months now without riding it! THIS SUCKS !!

Ya, me too. I hate it. I wanna pull my hair out.
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Old December 3rd, 2010, 09:43 AM   #23
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Very true.........!! I get to look at my new ride for 4+ months now without riding it! THIS SUCKS !!
I figure I'm in a good spot, anything I get now is just going to sit so I'm in no hurry...I'm going to see if it still available after Christmas.
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Old December 3rd, 2010, 11:35 AM   #24
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That is a good deal....And yes I can wait. Heck, my lovely wife after talking with her suggested I get the R1 while I wait for a better deal


I'd rather go to the 1198S, but will end up with whichever is the better deal overall.

i see people all the time waiting for the better deal or the next best thing,to bad they never get it. suck it up an get what you really want....and the best deals are always in the winter not spring when everybody has the bug to go ride. just my opinion
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Old December 3rd, 2010, 05:27 PM   #25
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Where are you finding brand new 1198S's for $18795?
I got my 09 for that price. There are good deals out there. I'd jump all over the 18 with full termi's though.
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Old December 9th, 2010, 05:24 PM   #26
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It's also -technically- the first US road legal traction control bike.
2008 1098R actually
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Old December 13th, 2010, 07:12 AM   #27
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I'll sell you a 2009 1198s with more mods and low miles for a better price...of course I am in alaska

Sorry to go off topic, but I was stationed in Anchorage from 00-04. I sure do miss it up there. Ie- Moose's Tooth, Glacier Brewhouse, Humpy's etc.
My favorite place to ride was Eklutna Lake Road. Just up to the Water Plant and back a few times. It was a short distance, but you could haul ass up that road!
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Guys,

I read with interest that the price for 2010 1198S state side is 20K....I just pick up a 1198S on the other side of the world (Malaysia -where I live in) for 188K (Ringgit Malaysia) - thats approx about US$60K...this is due to the national levy on "luxury" items..., put in full Termi exhaust, Rizoma pressure plate, clutch cover, rear set, handles etc...all in it'll cost me > USD 70K...........I really envy you guys...
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Guys,

I read with interest that the price for 2010 1198S state side is 20K....I just pick up a 1198S on the other side of the world (Malaysia -where I live in) for 188K (Ringgit Malaysia) - thats approx about US$60K...this is due to the national levy on "luxury" items..., put in full Termi exhaust, Rizoma pressure plate, clutch cover, rear set, handles etc...all in it'll cost me > USD 70K...........I really envy you guys...

people over here should envy that you can afford to pay 70k for 1198s...
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people over here should envy that you can afford to pay 70k for 1198s...
No kidding!!!
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