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Dealer cost on an 07?

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Oh my bad dude i thought u were askin the price of the bike from the dealer

no worries, i just figured you were a dealer being a wise guy!

I believe it is around 5700-5800, I just wanted to make sure!

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I'd bet it was lower than that. My '06 was sold to me for the base price of $5600, and the dealer makes money selling them.

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grayracer513 were you bought it??? Im looking for one 450 06, dont know about the 07 depends on the difference of $$$,

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I'm not doubting you...but how do you know that?
Me too. Bear in mind there is a difference between actual cost and "invoice".

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I work at a Dealership

Cool...so in addition to the current $300.00 customer cash that Yamaha is doing on '06's are there any non-advertised dealer incentives that Yamaha is doing to help the dealers get rid of the '06 bikes?

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dealer is 5899 on an 07

damn I thought that dealer invoice was 5399 on a 07.....5299 on a 06....at least that was what I was told...... :thumbsup:

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If you work at a shop, why would you disclose dealer invoice? Seems to go against conventional wisdom...

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I dont think its much different then the car business in that the "invoice" price is not always the "lowest" or "dealer cost." There are hold backs and incentives involved. Plus the addition dealer spiffs that they put on certain units to help move them.

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