ktm usa 2007 prices: dealer.. msrp..

250SX-F$5396-6598,450SX-F$5713-7198,505SX-F$5872-7398,450EXC(street legal)$6348-7998,525EXC(streetlegal)$6586-8298,950superenduro$10316-12998,640adventure$7062-8898,990adventure$11110-13998,690supermoto$6825-8598,950supermoto$10317-12998,superduke$11110-13998,250XC-F$5396-6798,450XC$5912-7448,525XC$6189-7798,200XC$4721-5998,I put this on ktmtalk and they removed it.

Interesting info.

20 points margin on bike is healthy for the dealers.

Where did you find this?

this is from 2007 confidential dealer price list. ktm says prices are up because of low US dollar,it looks to me their up from high ktm usa margins.

WOW, thats a good mark up, plus dealers add tons for freight and set up...

Holy crap! Talk about a profit! 250XC-F$5396-6798

Not sure where you got this, but I have seen the orginal and not all prices are set yet, some of these are not correct. FYI the price for the 250xcf-w is not published yet.

obgod3 fyi the 2007 price list is listed on ebay item# 330001682364 the 2007 250XC-F and the 250XC-F-W are the same price dealer $5396-msrp $6798-margin $1402.let me know what other prices are wrong. maybe you should by a copy so you know what your talking about!

obgod3 fyi the 2007 price list is listed on ebay item# 330001682364 the 2007 250XC-F and the 250XC-F-W are the same price dealer $5396-msrp $6798-margin $1402.let me know what other prices are wrong. maybe you should by a copy so you know what your talking about!

Forget it, I wont respond with the exception of advising you to be careful, KTM wont be as friendly about you posting this info and placing it on ebay, well with that said niether will ebay, I dont care just letting you know to be careful, I didnt post my stuff until I was told it was fully distributed to all dealers.

Anyway Mine is on order and I have already made my deal and it is less than above.

Thanks for the PM however.

$8,000 for the street legal 450? WOW! You know what though, they are still going to sell every one of them.

Does anyone know the prices for the two-strokes?

Also if anyone is interested www.ktmimages.com has pictures of the new bikes - expect for the 144sx... bummer.

85SX $3412-4298,105SX $3650-4598,125SX $4285-5398,144SX $4523-5698,250SX $4999-6298,200XC $4721-5948,250XC $5158-6498,300XC $5316-6698,all (W) wide ratio gear box same price

Dealers still have to pay freight too (at least in 2003 when I worked in a KTM shop). Plus 20% isn't that much of a margin. Do you think the guy who sells you your bike at the shop works for free? Is the electric to light showroom floor bikes free? Etc...

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