What are people paying for the Brutale S?greenspun.com : LUSENET : MV Agusta F4 : One Thread
If anyone has any info on a fair offer to make on one of these beauties, let me know.
-- Chris Caines (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 13, 2004
where in this little world are you based regards Leif Australia
-- Leif (email@example.com), August 13, 2004.
Los Angeles, California....
-- Chris Caines (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 15, 2004.
I'm pretty sure that the Brutale S is selling very well in California so I wouldn't expect a penny off of MSRP. In Texas, they sit a little longer. The owner was willing to give me a whopping $250 off list, claiming to have never offered a discount on an MV before.
I bought one with 1,000 miles on it and the first maintenance already done on it for $11,450 on eBay. My savings, once all costs of a new one are included such as the $495 set up fee and the $500 first service fee, came to over $3,500.
I have noticed since then that a New York dealer had two new ones on eBay starting at $12,000. As the riding season comes to an end in the North, expect to see lots of deals on remaining stock.
-- Tom Solimine (Tsolimine@amph.com), August 16, 2004.
I was told $14,500 out the door w/ tax license by a friend looking for one.
I could not find one in stock in California...so bought a slightly used one for $11,500.
It is fantastic. I can't tell you how enjoyable it is. It turns on a dime, faster than stink, surreal sound, and gets tons of comments.
There is a new dealer opening NOW in Brea California...the Triumph dealer there (forget the name). I do not know them, thogh they are very established, and I am getting a scheduled service done there. On the phone, they were very good.
-- Kevin Deal (email@example.com), August 16, 2004.