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I bought a 2019 300 w/ ABS last Saturday for roughly $5500 OTD (I added a helmet, a jacket, and cover for a few hundred more). I am horrible at negotiating so I didn’t even try.
 

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Last night, purchased 2019 Candy Orange 500 ABS. Couldn't be more excited. I Love it!

bike $6299
freight fee $ 380
dealer markup $ 562 (annoying)
title/fees galore $ 294
tax $ 678 (goodNIGHT)
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$8213
minus trade -$1200
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Got a 5 mi 2018 Rebel 300 non-abs for 3913 including tax title and license.
Bike: 3470 OTD in Wisconsin
Illinois tax, etc: 443
as an added bonus it wasn’t even one of the recalled ones! Pretty excited as this is my first bike.
 

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Several months ago I bought a used 2018 Rebel 500 with a Flyscreen windshield, TBR exhaust, who knows engine guard and Corbin seat already installed. With just under 1,100 miles on it and 4.5 years of Honda warranty left I paid $4,500 plus tax.
 

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Just got the price for the new 2020 500 A and A2 at the weekend for Ireland. It's €7600 and €7900 for the A2. I took a picture.
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Dealers around my area asking for 6000-6100 OTD for 2020 Rebel 300 ABS. Good deal or should I wait it out a few more months?
 

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Dealers around my area asking for 6000-6100 OTD for 2020 Rebel 300 ABS. Good deal or should I wait it out a few more months?
Hope you've ridden the 500 as well. Its worth every bit of the extra money. I was in for a 300 but bought a 500. Worth every penny.
 

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Just purchased a 2020 Rebel 500 ABS in black for $6500 plus tax and license. Dealer is Sun and Fun Motorsports in Iowa City, IA. I have bought a couple bikes from them and they are a good, no BS dealer. It's crazy what some other dealers wanted to rack up in fees on a new bike purchase.
 

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I bought a 18 Rebel 300 No ABS in 2020, Wisconsin.

$3,580 OTD with 500 miles on it. Starting to feel like I got one hell of a deal seeing these prices! I could imagine paying that much for this bike, though, it's really quite fun!
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I got my 500 ABS for 7400 OTD near Bay Area with 2% financing 0 down, had to call a couple of dealerships for the price, others were quoting 8k+.
what dealership did you buy from? I'm in the same boat looking to buy ABS 500 in the SF Bay Area
 

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Hi, guys.

First time poster here. I spent two hours in my local dealer today. The sales guy couldn’t have been nicer. I was looking for it in black, and they didnt have it, so they knocked $100 off a gray model. I got down to $7,100 for a 2020 500 with ABS, out the door. As a final offer, I asked for 7 with no other concessions (first service, chain lube, etc). The sales manager came out and kind of rubbed me the wrong way. Long story short, I walked over 100 bucks. After I left the dealer, I called around and everyone said they couldn’t come close on that price. Did I make a mistake by walking?
 

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Hi, guys.

First time poster here. I spent two hours in my local dealer today. The sales guy couldn’t have been nicer. I was looking for it in black, and they didnt have it, so they knocked $100 off a gray model. I got down to $7,100 for a 2020 500 with ABS, out the door. As a final offer, I asked for 7 with no other concessions (first service, chain lube, etc). The sales manager came out and kind of rubbed me the wrong way. Long story short, I walked over 100 bucks. After I left the dealer, I called around and everyone said they couldn’t come close on that price. Did I make a mistake by walking?
I don't know where you're located but I'd scope out Cycle Trader and consider having a bike shipped to you if it's a distance away. Shipping is usually a couple hundred bucks. Could be well worth it in the long run doing this versus paying more for a dealer nearby. The only hiccup could be if you're intending on getting a loan for it.
 

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I don't know where you're located but I'd scope out Cycle Trader and consider having a bike shipped to you if it's a distance away. Shipping is usually a couple hundred bucks. Could be well worth it in the long run doing this versus paying more for a dealer nearby. The only hiccup could be if you're intending on getting a loan for it.
Holypotatoes,

Thank you for your reply. The reason I’m second guessing walking away at this point is because, immediately after leaving the dealership today, I called and emailed around to other dealers. Every response I got was essentially, “you should’ve taken that deal.” Worst case, the bike is still in the box and not on the floor, so it will probably still be there tomorrow.
 
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