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Hi... I'm fairly close to inking a deal on a 2021 Black Edition. Everyone advertises full MSRP plus roughly $450 for shipping plus tax\title\license of course. However, I have noticed that some dealers are more willing than others to earn your business. Would any of you be willing to tell me what your out the door price was? {Final cost of the motorcycle alone plus shipping plus tax plus any other fees}.

If I do this, it will be my first Honda in over 25 years!!

If this deal falls through, I'll probably get the 2022 Z900RS SE yellow ball.

Thanks in advance.



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Yeah MSRP for all American Honda dealers is $12,999 +Destination Charge: $475.00 +TTL.
I got a great deal on a 2019 last November because it was new/old stock plus there was a factory rebate.

If you're near more than one Honda dealer do some shopping.
 

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I bought mine in Vegas, same as Bevo, new/old, at the end of 2019 for $10.5 out the door, but since it was out of state that included no licensing fees, so my total after all that was like $11.3
 

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many years ago, and Canada not the USA, but I bought my first CB1000R ( previous gen) at $12.5K, end of November, off season, with a 'factory' discount of $1500 off the list of $14K. early winter is a great time to buy a new bike, cuz most dealers will be committed to next year's model already, and they need room, and dollars... what's it called? their "floor plan" I think...

of course, you lose the first year deprecation the moment you ride it out the door, so it's not unreasonable to expect significant discount for 'last year's model'!
 

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So far, all of my local dealers are saying the same story:
  • $12,999
  • TTL = ~ $1,000
  • $450 dest charges
  • $100-500 (prep charges + doc fees)

The stocks are mostly in now. Every dealer in my area has, at least, one. Some even have 2 in stock.
 

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So far, all of my local dealers are saying the same story:
  • $12,999
  • TTL = ~ $1,000
  • $450 dest charges
  • $100-500 (prep charges + doc fees)

The stocks are mostly in now. Every dealer in my area has, at least, one. Some even have 2 in stock.
If any of them have any brand new/old stock NSC models, they're probably going to stick at or near MSRP on the 2021, especially since used bike prices have increased.
 

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If I get it, it will be the 2021 and that does not come in any colors except the Black Ed.
Looks like in the UK, the Black Ed is priced at 12,999 sterling pounds; so, we have it cheaper here in the US.
 
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MSRP: £13,099.00
Thanks, I "saw" that number in some YouTube thingy.

By the way, did you notice the weight difference between your CBR1000RR and your CB when you are riding it?
 

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Thanks, I "saw" that number in some YouTube thingy.

By the way, did you notice the weight difference between your CBR1000RR and your CB when you are riding it?
Not when I'm riding. Since the bars on the NSC are taller and wider and there's no HESD, it's very nimble.
 

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No hesd ? Isn’t that less safe?
So, it’s possible to get the death wobble?
 

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So, it’s possible to get the death wobble?
The NSC has more rake so it's more stable. The idea behind the CBR is to have less rake. Less rake makes a bike less stable, but it also makes it turn better. The HESD compensates for that instability.

I rode my 2014 CB1000R on several spirited group rides with superbikes. Never had any issues in high speed turns, just had to be light with bar inputs.
 

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Well, welcome me to the Community of the CB1000R family, please. :) Rode it back in the good old Seattle drizzle. I went slow and everything was fine and dandy.

@Bevo , you have been of great help and inspiration for the CB1000R pursuit of mine. I appreciate all your help a lot!
 
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Forgot to mention I've gotten my knee down on the street on my 2014 CB on a BT-023 rear tire.
Factory gave me a pair of Pirelli Diablo Rosso. When they are done with, I will probably use the trusted Dunlop Q3+ or RoadSmart4.
 

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Since it's officially off-season up here, I asked for $500 under MSRP and they gave it to me.
 

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Since it's officially off-season up here, I asked for $500 under MSRP and they gave it to me.
So the Pitbull rear stand I had for my 2014 wouldn't fit my 2019, but apparently Honda went back to the original sized hub on the 2021. I have a good relationship with Stubbs Cycles in Houston and left the stand with them to try to sell and left it up to them to price it. They probably still have it. You can probably get a good deal on it if they're willing to ship it.
 

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@ArtyY if you are interested in the stand, ask for Tommy Brewer and tell him Mark told you about the stand.
 
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