OTD prices on YZ450 and 450SXF

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7/1/2020 8:33 PM

I have been shopping around lately for a 450. I was appalled when G Force in Denver told me 10.5 plus taxes for a yz450f. Is it me? Denver seems to think its bikes are lined with gold. The craigslist ads are laughable, too. What prices are you guys paying for the YZ and KTM? Thanks!

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7/1/2020 8:38 PM

In NJ, those same numbers OTD

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Two wheels, tacos, and tubes

7/1/2020 9:40 PM

I’m surprised you could find some...Get one while you can or wait for the 21s!

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Don’t piss off the old people - the older they get the less “life in prison” is a deterrent for them!

2020.5 KTM 450 SXF FE
2006 KX250

7/2/2020 5:30 AM
Edited Date/Time: 7/2/2020 5:31 AM

I drove 6 hours round trip and picked up a 2020 FC 450 yesterday for $8600 out the door in NY which includes our nice 8% sales tax. I was also quoted $8900 OTD for a left over 2018 450sxf at a different shop. Some places like to deal, others know a sucker will come along at some point and pay full price. Best advice is start contacting dealers in a 100-150 mile radius and see what their best price is.

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7/2/2020 6:34 AM

I paid $8800 otd for my 2020 yz450 back in May. I found them a little cheaper but I wasn’t driving 200 more miles to save $200 so i went with a dealer that was fairly close.

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7/2/2020 8:33 AM

I can tell you right there are no deals to be made. Yz450fs sell well and honestly they are being treated like gold right now. We have seen most OEM factories back to normal with production and distribution. Although Im not sure how it is in colorado. Everything seems to be expensive there. The sad thing is, is someone will happily pay 10.5.

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7/2/2020 8:46 AM

skeef wrote:

I can tell you right there are no deals to be made. Yz450fs sell well and honestly they are being treated like gold right now. We have seen most OEM factories back to normal with production and distribution. Although Im not sure how it is in colorado. Everything seems to be expensive there. The sad thing is, is someone will happily pay 10.5.

Agree with you on that. Someone will pay it.

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7/2/2020 9:04 AM

Tejas Motorsport right outside of Houston was advertising $6999 last month. After everything it was $8300.
That was for a 20 YZ450.

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7/2/2020 9:10 AM

My 2019 450SXF about 1.5 years ago had an MSRP of $9,900 and I paid $9,112 OTD in Tulsa, That's 8.0% off MSRP. I know that was pre-virus but just offering as a reference point. Note there is no tax on that number. I don't title my bikes to avoid sales tax.

Previously I bought a 2018 450SXF for 8.3% off MSRP and a 2017 450SXF for 5.6%, both OTD pricing from same dealer.

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7/2/2020 9:18 AM

Just buy mine, pussy.

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Tomac and/or Anderson for 2020.....

7/2/2020 9:28 AM

BobPA wrote:

Just buy mine, pussy.

Are you going to bring it to me?

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7/2/2020 9:39 AM

I saw the Yamaha programs. It isn’t the dealer’s fault, necessarily. Yamaha pulled the rebates back in a big way in July. Supply and demand...

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7/2/2020 9:52 AM

I have a sweet 2018 450 SXF for sale in Tulsa for $5,950.

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7/2/2020 10:50 AM

$10.5K + tax for a yz450 lol. My guess is that if they keep up these prices there are going to be a lot of former yamaha riders who branch out to ktm, husky and kawasaki. The yz450 is a great bike but I'm not spending $1k more for it than a brand new FC 450.

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7/2/2020 11:09 AM

motoGleamer wrote:

$10.5K + tax for a yz450 lol. My guess is that if they keep up these prices there are going to be a lot of former yamaha riders who branch out to ktm, husky and kawasaki. The yz450 is a great bike but I'm not spending $1k more for it than a brand new FC 450.

That is exactly what I said. I like the YZ, too and I have been inching to try something new. I said there was one for 83 in NJ and I missed it and guys are getting them in the high 8s. I said for 10.5 ill go buy another KTM.

He wasnt impressed with me LOL

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7/2/2020 12:05 PM

motoGleamer wrote:

$10.5K + tax for a yz450 lol. My guess is that if they keep up these prices there are going to be a lot of former yamaha riders who branch out to ktm, husky and kawasaki. The yz450 is a great bike but I'm not spending $1k more for it than a brand new FC 450.

Solidkm wrote:

That is exactly what I said. I like the YZ, too and I have been inching to try something new. I said there was one for 83 in NJ and I missed it and guys are getting them in the high 8s. I said for 10.5 ill go buy another KTM.

He wasnt impressed with me LOL

If you want to get a ktm or husky reach out to steve at Elite Ktm in loveland. He is the owner and is first rate and has a nice shop. I don't know what discounts they're currently running but I'm sure if you gave a call they'd be straight with you. I've been debating a 2020 yz450f but I might go for a sxf or possibly even a FE. I'm not paying $10k+ for a yamaha. I'll just keep my 18 for now.

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7/2/2020 12:23 PM

How about otd for a 2020 kx 450 ?

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7/2/2020 12:25 PM

O&GDriller wrote:

My 2019 450SXF about 1.5 years ago had an MSRP of $9,900 and I paid $9,112 OTD in Tulsa, That's 8.0% off MSRP. I know that was pre-virus but just offering as a reference point. Note there is no tax on that number. I don't title my bikes to avoid sales tax.

Previously I bought a 2018 450SXF for 8.3% off MSRP and a 2017 450SXF for 5.6%, both OTD pricing from same dealer.

As a salesman at a dealership I would recommend you make sure of that. You don’t have to register your unit for the Manufacture to register it as a sold unit. At that point once you are made the registered new owner of it the irs will charge the tax. I’ve heard of some customers trying to buy do something with their house and find out there was a lean bc they owed taxes on their unit. That’s coming from someone in NC where the dealer doesn’t have to charge tax.

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7/2/2020 7:53 PM

My YZ450FX was $9000 OTD, I bought out of state though so no sales tax.

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7/2/2020 7:56 PM

I found the prices I was looking for by calling around. I dont mind driving. Now im trying to decide between an FC450 and YZ450f ....

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7/2/2020 9:44 PM

Solidkm wrote:

I found the prices I was looking for by calling around. I dont mind driving. Now im trying to decide between an FC450 and YZ450f ....

What type of riding?

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7/2/2020 10:29 PM

Solidkm wrote:

I found the prices I was looking for by calling around. I dont mind driving. Now im trying to decide between an FC450 and YZ450f ....

Moto520 wrote:

What type of riding?

It will be strictly moto. I have a husky 300 and KTM 350 that is set for GP/ hare scrambles. Been looking for a dedicated moto bike. Been on KTM for a while now. The Yamaha has my eye tho...

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7/3/2020 7:45 AM

Solidkm wrote:

I found the prices I was looking for by calling around. I dont mind driving. Now im trying to decide between an FC450 and YZ450f ....

Moto520 wrote:

What type of riding?

Solidkm wrote:

It will be strictly moto. I have a husky 300 and KTM 350 that is set for GP/ hare scrambles. Been looking for a dedicated moto bike. Been on KTM for a while now. The Yamaha has my eye tho...

Try calling TnT in Laramie for the YZ. Those guys usually have fair pricing, but don't know if they have any stock.

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7/3/2020 7:56 AM

Moto520 wrote:

What type of riding?

Solidkm wrote:

It will be strictly moto. I have a husky 300 and KTM 350 that is set for GP/ hare scrambles. Been looking for a dedicated moto bike. Been on KTM for a while now. The Yamaha has my eye tho...

stone881 wrote:

Try calling TnT in Laramie for the YZ. Those guys usually have fair pricing, but don't know if they have any stock.

Called yesterday and they don’t have any bike at all right now. They’re good guys, though, for sure

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7/3/2020 9:11 AM

BobPA wrote:

Just buy mine, pussy.

For a mild fee, of course

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Tomac and/or Anderson for 2020.....

7/3/2020 9:29 AM

Solidkm wrote:

It will be strictly moto. I have a husky 300 and KTM 350 that is set for GP/ hare scrambles. Been looking for a dedicated moto bike. Been on KTM for a while now. The Yamaha has my eye tho...

I have a YZ450F and a kx450. I came off ktm’s for the last couple of years. The ktm is better for tight stuff while the yz is phenomenal for everything else. Hitting big jumps and general stability is great on the YZ. I freaking love that bike.

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7/3/2020 9:38 AM

Buddy of mine just paid 8800 otd for a 2020 fc450 in illinois

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7/6/2020 11:30 AM

O&GDriller wrote:

My 2019 450SXF about 1.5 years ago had an MSRP of $9,900 and I paid $9,112 OTD in Tulsa, That's 8.0% off MSRP. I know that was pre-virus but just offering as a reference point. Note there is no tax on that number. I don't title my bikes to avoid sales tax.

Previously I bought a 2018 450SXF for 8.3% off MSRP and a 2017 450SXF for 5.6%, both OTD pricing from same dealer.

MxRewind wrote:

As a salesman at a dealership I would recommend you make sure of that. You don’t have to register your unit for the Manufacture to register it as a sold unit. At that point once you are made the registered new owner of it the irs will charge the tax. I’ve heard of some customers trying to buy do something with their house and find out there was a lean bc they owed taxes on their unit. That’s coming from someone in NC where the dealer doesn’t have to charge tax.

You recommend I, "make sure of that". Make sure of what? I've been buying bikes for 48 years and have NEVER titled or paid tax on one of them. In Oklahoma we don't pay tax to the dealer, you only pay tax if you go to a privately owned/run Tag Agency in order to get a title. I've never titled a lawn mower, I'm not going to title a non street legal dirt bike.

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7/7/2020 8:19 PM

So Grand Prix in Denver wanted 10.5 for the YZ450F and I absolutely Was not doing that. All terrain motorsports in Grand Junction had the Yamaha for 8499. So I called to inquire about that and I learned they were selling the Husqvarna FC450s for 7999. I stressed a little on the decision but I went with the husky for 7999.

I did call Grand Prix back to tell them I found it for 8500 as they are much closer to me. I got laughed at and was told to hang up and go buy the other bike. So, road trip it is ....

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