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jdsmooth jdsmooth
5/12/2018 8:03 PM

Hi all, I've decided that I want to purchase a new KX450. I have heard there's a dealer in West Virginia with prices significantly lower than everybody else. Does anyone know the name of this dealer?

Mountain Motorsports advertises on CycleTrader, and their price was $5380. I called the salesman, and he said additional fees added up to between $65 & $6700. Still not bad for a brand new bike, just not really in my price range.

A friend told me that if I buy the bike out of state, I can get around paying sales tax.. any validity to that? I'm a Georgia resident. Thanks.
Sorry for posting on a subject that has been discussed a few times. I tried the search feature, but I couldn't find the info I am looking for.

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yz133rider yz133rider
5/12/2018 8:11 PM

Romneys cycle, tri county, ridersville

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JBecker 72 JBecker 72
5/12/2018 8:15 PM

Ridersville is where I always see the crazy low prices. And yes, no sales tax for out of state residents.

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jdsmooth jdsmooth
5/12/2018 8:21 PM
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gracias amigos
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dmm698 dmm698
5/12/2018 8:26 PM

I always pay cash out of state. No tax. A local dealer in NY was advertising 18’s for 5999. Should be able to get otd out if state cash buyer for sub 6k. 19’s all new but I don’t see the prices getting any lower than now.

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999 999
5/12/2018 9:45 PM

My local dealer has 450's listed at $5,799.

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ledger ledger
5/12/2018 9:47 PM
jdsmooth wrote:
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gracias ...more

Ha, good stuff. Excellent.

There's something happening here, what it is ain't exactly clear.

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SeaClassExpert SeaClassExpert
5/12/2018 10:12 PM

Del Amo motorsports in Orange County has them listed for 5k right now

If it can't be fixed with a hammer, it's an electrical problem.

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lumpy790 lumpy790
5/13/2018 8:18 AM

No tax no title correct?

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JBecker 72 JBecker 72
5/13/2018 8:19 AM
lumpy790 wrote:

No tax no title correct?

Pretty sure you just get a certificate of origin if buying out of state.

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NeedMoto NeedMoto
5/13/2018 8:41 AM
SeaClassExpert wrote:

Del Amo motorsports in ...more

Yep.

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bowser977 bowser977
5/13/2018 3:22 PM
SeaClassExpert wrote:

Del Amo motorsports in ...more

NeedMoto wrote:

Yep.

Still 7500 otd?

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Racer111 Racer111
5/13/2018 4:33 PM

We have them gone nag for 5399.00 here in NC.

“Let the Good Times Roll”

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pete24 pete24
5/13/2018 4:42 PM

troy city garage has all the fees listed on the site 5999 plus 260 for freight and set up

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Anthony97 Anthony97
5/13/2018 4:55 PM

Ridersville Cycle
75 & 90 Good times Dr.
Route 522 South
Berkley Springs, WV 25411
304-258-2282

Harold Unger

I just bought one off of him last month. He had them for $5,899 includes freight and set up. Awesome guy, loves to talk moto.

Hope this helps

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TJMX947 TJMX947
5/13/2018 8:04 PM

Sport Cycles in Rockinham NC usually has a great deal on them. Be careful with the paying no tax out of state deal. I bought a new CRF450R in Ohio in 2014, i got hit will a tax bill, penalty, and interest almost 3 years to the day. I heard that NC and SC auditing is top notch, and i also heard from that particular shop it happens more frequently on Yamaha and Hondas due to their registered warranties leaving a paper trail. I bought a new KTM in Tennessee last year so I'm praying it doesn't happen again.

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dcg141 dcg141
5/13/2018 8:21 PM

Some states, in fact most require listing all tax exempt sales and there is a form for cars, motorcycles, ect. The form is sent to the tax commission and they report the sale to the buyers state. We tell the customers up front that our state requires this form and they have to sign. We don't collect the sales tax but when they sign that form it in essence says that the customer agree's to pay sales tax in their home state.

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dmm698 dmm698
5/14/2018 7:52 AM

You just get an MSO from the dealer and go on your way. Titles are worthless anyways you cant register them. The MSO is every bit as good as a title for proof of ownership. PA/VT/Ohio, i've purchased bikes new in all 3 from dealers as a NY resident.

Disclaimer: Ronnies in VT "delivers" the bike to you down the raod from their shop about 1 mile so that its legally "delivered in NY". Troy city garage charges you like 200$ or something to put it in a pick up and drive it to vermont 10 miles so that they can say it was delivered out of state hence the no sales tax.

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