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Thread: Price drop on 2017 models once 2018 NC750X comes out?

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    Senior Member Price drop on 2017 models once 2018 NC750X comes out? ld_rider's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rider View Post
    I get the air quality aspect. Sorry, it just sparked the broader, more politically driven question brought on by the late hour and a wee bit of excess wine...

    Completely off topic and inappropriate for this venue. My bad
    No worries! I've been there, and done the same.....several times ;-)
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    The problem with buying a bike in another state and then bringing it to California is that it has to be CARB certified to register it. Beware.

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    Ooops I see I am repeating things that were said earlier about CARB issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monktues View Post
    I found the list of states on this Wikipedia page:

    The states that have adopted the California standards are: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico (2011 model year), New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington, as well as the District of Columbia.

    This gives me a good list to search on cycletrader.

    Unfortunately, the bike I went to see this morning in Orange County doesn't exist. The salesman basically lied to get me in the store and wasted my Sunday morning. I won't be going there again.

    Unfortunately cycletrader is well known for ads with no inventory and pricing quotes that is not close to the actual price to buy.

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    If my experience is a guide, they may be a steal. Last summer I paid about 4500 OTD for a new leftover 2014 manual trans in Pennsylvania. I had a great experience with Williamsport Honda and can recommend them, and at that price no other bike came close.

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