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What's a reasonable price on a new DRZ400 out the door, tax, etc.... MSRP says $5400. I am looking at buying a new one and wanted to make sure I am getting a good deal.

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I know a lot of places add all kinds of fees onto the MSRP. I wouldn't pay any of those fees. When I bought my 04 the dealer toook off all those extra fees, and threw in a helmet. I paid almost $1000 less then their sticker price, I think it was

right around $5000.

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go with what weeeeeeeee said, work a deal, if you can't get it at a local dealer, there's plenty more that will do it.

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go with what weeeeeeeee said, work a deal, if you can't get it at a local dealer, there's plenty more that will do it.

I can get one at a local dealer, for $5800 out the door. I think that's too high though. Maybe $5500 out the door with a helmet and goggles is reasonable?

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when I bought my 04 DRZ last August the price they were selling for was $7399 CND, I ended up paying $5995. It pays to use dealers against one another :)

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