hard to say, it's your call. ultimately if you're not happy or feel like they're not willing to help you, then take your money and leave. that's how you vote, with your wallet. on the other hand it doesn't seem they were gouging you since the bike lists for 6500 plus 380 listed as freight/destination charge. you can always call back and see if they reconsidered if you don't find a different deal elsewhere.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?
Personal note-I tend to buy new vehicles a year later when they're a leftover model, you can usually get them at a decent marked down price cuz the dealers need to move them out for new inventory. See if you can find a 2019 new , unless you're really not happy with the color or something