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The complete price tag out the door
« on: November 04, 2013, 06:08:01 am »
With the taller heated front seat, heated grips, trunk, Triumph Tank Bag, GPS mount (they will install as part of the deal) I paid the following  just yesterday for my 2013 TTSE:

Price of the bike was $19,002.32 (includes the extras listed above). $329.00 in document fees, $495.00 Freight, $600.00 in dealer Prep, $1,573.73 in NV state tax.

The out-the-door price (with all the extra stuff) was $22,000.05 as totaled above.

They claim they gave me a $500.00 discount for having served in the military (DD214 was required).

Anyway, how does the above compare to others here who purchased a new TTSE with all the extras?

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Re: The complete price tag out the door
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2013, 01:39:16 pm »
I bought used, but the best I could get from the dealer for a new bike was $21,172 OTD and that included all the taxes and fees and dealer prep items -$500 for military discount.  No factory options were included.
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Re: The complete price tag out the door
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2013, 02:38:20 pm »
I bought used to ... but with only 1500km (around 1000 miles), with options (gps mount, heated seats, heated grips, touring windshield, top case, 16500€ (~$21,450)

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Re: The complete price tag out the door
« Reply #3 on: November 04, 2013, 04:10:47 pm »
*Originally Posted by bouuuxiouuu [+]
I bought used to ... but with only 1500km (around 1000 miles), with options (gps mount, heated seats, heated grips, touring windshield, top case, 16500€ (~$21,450)
you got yourself a decent deal  :047:
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Re: The complete price tag out the door
« Reply #4 on: November 04, 2013, 05:50:09 pm »
*Originally Posted by Ernest T [+]
I bought used, but the best I could get from the dealer for a new bike was $21,172 OTD and that included all the taxes and fees and dealer prep items -$500 for military discount.  No factory options were included.
Thanks, but by any chance can you do a break down of the total bill as I did in the first message? I want to see the differences item per item if possible. I assume there's a difference in sale's tax, etc.

And who eats up the military discount? Is that something all Triumph dealers in the USA do on all new bikes or how does that work? Is it $500.00 on any new Triumph or any bike they sell or is it based on the bike's price or what?

I had no idea they had a $500.00 discount for those who have served in the military until they asked me.

Thanks again to all who replied.

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Re: The complete price tag out the door
« Reply #5 on: November 04, 2013, 05:53:53 pm »
*Originally Posted by bouuuxiouuu [+]
I bought used to ... but with only 1500km (around 1000 miles), with options (gps mount, heated seats, heated grips, touring windshield, top case, 16500€ (~$21,450)
I too have the touring windshield (IIRC) , but how do you tell the difference between them? I didn't even know there were two types until I purchased the bike.

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Re: The complete price tag out the door
« Reply #6 on: November 04, 2013, 07:54:12 pm »
I bought a demo model Trophy SE with 94 miles on it.  The dealer had already installed a matching Triumph top case and bracket (included in price).  The SE comes with heated seats, heated grips, radio, TPMS, traction control, electronic suspension, etc.  I paid $19,400 including destination.  I did pay about $100 in document fees that were kind of hidden from me until the very end, and I paid 7% Indiana sales tax.  The dealer knew of a credit union offering 2.79% financing, which I utilized.

I later added a comfort seat for $150, a GPS bracket ($80 or so), GPS cable ($12 or so), and a Zumo 660 for $540.

So far the bike has been pretty much just awesome.  I bought it in August, and the Odometer is at about 3400 miles.

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Re: The complete price tag out the door
« Reply #7 on: November 06, 2013, 06:43:24 pm »
*Originally Posted by DonTom [+]
Thanks, but by any chance can you do a break down of the total bill as I did in the first message? I want to see the differences item per item if possible. I assume there's a difference in sale's tax, etc.

And who eats up the military discount? Is that something all Triumph dealers in the USA do on all new bikes or how does that work? Is it $500.00 on any new Triumph or any bike they sell or is it based on the bike's price or what?

I had no idea they had a $500.00 discount for those who have served in the military until they asked me.

Thanks again to all who replied.

-Don-  Reno, NV

I don't remember exactly, but the price was $18499 after the $500 veteran price break.  Tax was 8.25%, there was an inventory tax of $37, title and licensing was ~$100, a documentation fee of $100 for the state, and then there was a dealer prep and I think shipping charges.


 



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