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While performing my daily Google search for GSX-S1000, with the options set to "24 hours" :), I found a dealer in Monroe, WA with a couple of Craigslist ads for the S1000 and S1000F. I saw another dealer in the midwest on Cycletrader too. I'm way too far away to even inquire about them, geographically or monetarily, but I highly doubt they actually have them in hand. Is anyone else seeing their local dealers started to advertise these bikes? Anyone talking $$ yet?
 

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Hey Jeckler how's it going? I live near Sacramento, CA, some of the local Suzuki dealers have said they'll be receiving them sometime around October-November as a new 2016 model, as far as a price is concerned they've told me the price would be $9999.00-$11,999.00 depending on the model, hope this helps.
 

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MSRP on the F ABS is 10,999 and I doubt we're going to see any deals at first. And I would think people are going to be asked to pay a premium as well. So you might be looking at $14k once the paperwork is signed.
I couldn't wait and found a smoking deal on a leftover '14 Ninja 1000, so scooped that up a couple weeks ago.
 

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MSRP on the F ABS is 10,999 and I doubt we're going to see any deals at first. And I would think people are going to be asked to pay a premium as well. So you might be looking at $14k once the paperwork is signed.
I couldn't wait and found a smoking deal on a leftover '14 Ninja 1000, so scooped that up a couple weeks ago.
My local dealers are not advertising, but I think there will be deals out there after the bike has been released for a few months. Everyone in my area rides sportbike or cruisers.
 

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MSRP on the F ABS is 10,999 and I doubt we're going to see any deals at first. And I would think people are going to be asked to pay a premium as well. So you might be looking at $14k once the paperwork is signed.
I couldn't wait and found a smoking deal on a leftover '14 Ninja 1000, so scooped that up a couple weeks ago.
$14k? They can shove that where the sun doesn't shine. I'm eying leftover Ninjas as well.
 

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Not sure if it's helpful at all but I went into my dealer today asking about prices on the naked model. I was told $10,600/$11,100 non-abs/abs OTD. That would include everything, freight, setup, dealer fees, ttl. I'm in a Chicago suburb.
 

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Not sure if it's helpful at all but I went into my dealer today asking about prices on the naked model. I was told $10,600/$11,100 non-abs/abs OTD. That would include everything, freight, setup, dealer fees, ttl. I'm in a Chicago suburb.
I always like to get bikes OTD for less than MSRP, but those prices aren't bad. They will drop in a few months, I think.
 

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I'll pay no more than MSRP out the door. I have six Suzuki dealers in my area. One will do it.
Yup, for sure. Although this dealer is only about $500ish above MSRP which isn't bad at all. The only dealer I've found who can get me down to MSRP in my area (from past experience) is over two hours from my house. The dealer that does $500 over MSRP is a three minute walk. So there is something to be said about convenience.

That being said, $500 over MSRP OTD was the first number this dealer gave me. Since I wasn't interested in buying I didn't try to get home lower.
 
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