Agressive Pricing on the Alta Redshift for 2018

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1/17/2018 9:28 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/20/2018 1:00 PM

Hey Everyone,

I received a new price sheet from Alta and wanted to give you a quick update. The Redshift has proven to be a very competitive model in 2017. But, the major factor holding many consumers back is the price. Alta has adopted a very aggressive pricing structure In an effort to put the Electric platform within reach of more riders....

So, without further ado:

2018 Alta MX $10,495 (reduced from $14,995)
2018 Alta EX $12,995 (reduced from $15,495)
2018 Alta SM $13,495 (reduced from $15,495)

All offroad models (EX and MX) will require a charger, you will two options for this:

Base (currently shipping with the Alta MX and EX) $499
Upgraded (will have some additional features) $799

All SM models will continue to feature onboard charging and do not require a separate charger purchase.

Alta has also given some incentives for 2017 models as well (these prices may vary depending on dealer) here is what we have available:

2017 Alta Redshift MX (Demo with 66 hours) $8,900 (includes charger)
2017 Alta Redshift MX (brand new) $9,900 (includes charger)

To give you an idea of how competitive these prices are, the 2018 KTM Freeride E-XC will likely retail for over $13K! The Alta Redshift, in almost every way, is a superior motorcycle for a lot less money!

I will do my best to keep you updated on any changes for 2018 as soon as they become available. In the meantime, please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the Redshift lineup or would like to schedule a private demo.

Scott
Elite Motorsports
scott@elitektm.com
970-461-1022

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1/17/2018 8:42 PM

Wow, that's quite a savings from the 2017. I hope Alta has some program to reward us early buyers that spent 4k more and helped them get through the difficult first year of sales! If not, why would anyone spend $11k base today when waiting another year might get them a bike for $8k? Not much of an incentive to buy now.

I haven't seen any 2018 specs yet, are they published somewhere?

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