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Real out the door price on the WR450f 2015

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I plan to pick up a new 2015 wr450f shortly 3 semi close dealers quoting from 7500-8200 including the cash back from Yamaha. No one has any 14s near here so is this as good as it gets for prices?

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I plan to pick up a new 2015 wr450f shortly 3 semi close dealers quoting from 7500-8200 including the cash back from Yamaha. No one has any 14s near here so is this as good as it gets for prices?

 

$7500 OTD is very low. Lower than anything I have seen.

 

Remember to factor in the price of the GYTR kit  and tuner as part of your budget.

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If I can find another local rider with a tuner could i have them do the tuning without having to buy the tunner?

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$6900.00 OTD

 

Yeah right, for a 2015......

If I can find another local rider with a tuner could i have them do the tuning without having to buy the tunner?

 

You still need the ECU, the throttle stop, and the corrected pipe even before you do the tuning.

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The '16 WR450F is expected to follow the layout of the 2015 YZ250FX/WR250F.  When these are released expect the prices on the '15 WR450F to drop a bit further.

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Yeah right, for a 2015......

 

No,  A 2012 in 2013 the 13 was $500 more. Prices have not change much if at all sense. Its all about timing and year your after. I know guys that got 2013-14's using the price that I paid.

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$6900.00 OTD

If I were looking for a new WR and this price was tossed out, I'd want to know the dealer that is actually going to go this low. This price would most likely be totally stock as well, and I don't think anyone keeps the WR stock.

Edited by drdanbozeman

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I have a 2015 WR450F, WR250F and YZ250FX setting in front of my desk. I also have a used 2013 WR450F that has under 500 miles on it too.

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I plan to pick up a new 2015 wr450f shortly 3 semi close dealers quoting from 7500-8200 including the cash back from Yamaha. No one has any 14s near here so is this as good as it gets for prices?

 

 

Does your definition of out the door price include sales tax?  If so, what is the sales tax percentage included in $7500 price?  To me the only translate-able number is the total purchase price without sales tax as this can vary signficantly between cities/states.

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i bought my 12 in 14 here in CA. i think it was 7600ish OTD, dropped another 800 on slip on, computer, probends and battery. been that way almost since i got it except for tires and some broken levers.

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I bought my '12 in August of '13 and it was $6k OTD, but Oregon has no sales tax so most of you have to factor that in. I had to walk away to get that price too. They called me about 30 minutes after I left and accepted my $6k cash offer.

 

If you aren't in a hurry, you should just wait until the '16s are released and get a much better deal on a '15.

Edited by woods-rider

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Out the door : amount I write the check for.

 

Still doesn't answer the question as to how much of that out the door price you are quoting is made up of sale tax.  One person in the thread already indicated where he is from they don't charge sales tax.  You'll have to forgive me but I am not up on the various sales tax rates for South Dakota and you did not indicate which municipality you will be buying it from.

 

I think to get a good comparison from others around the country of pricing you need to compare the total price before sales tax.  And, of course I realize that sales tax is a real out of pocket cost that people need to take into account, I just think it has no use in comparing prices between markets.

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Out the door : amount I write the check for.

between 6900 and 9200 by the looks of this thread....

 

i'll bet you the sales manager at your shop can give you the best info.

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$7288 + $437.28 (6% Michigan sales tax) = $7725.28 OTD. $300 BluCru Visa will be mailed to the registered owner. Stock 2015.

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I got my 2014 in early spring of that year for 8k out the door here on the East Coast. Small shop that really wanted the sale. This also included throttle stop screw and etc. I bought the ECU and tuner online later which I think is nice to have.  

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