paid just $100 less than that OTD, in Texas, 3 months agoHi,
Going to pick up my bike this weekend.
In SoCal out the door I've been able to get the price to $7,876. For the ABS model. Plus a two night stay at some hotel in Nevada, part of some 4th of July special.
ebinho.......please clarify. With no $500 credit from MawKaw would your price have been $7050? Not nitpicking...just don't understand exactly what you meant...In any event, sounds like your did very well indeed.
Mine was $7499 sticker price for the ABS model in Houston Texas. After TT&L and a handling fee I came out just shy of $8600.00. The mid reach seat is the standard on all of them right? I thought the extended reach or short reach were the additional cost. I was told if I wanted a Vulcan S w/ the extended reach seat it was an additional $250.00.
Just FYI for everyone. I just got off the phone with Kawasaki. The purpose of the ergofit is to accommodate any size rider. At the time of purchase you can fit your bike with whatever arrangement you want at NO additional cost. Kawasaki will send the dealer the necessary parts. If a bike is there and you want that exact bike and are unwilling to wait for the new seat or bars and you drive off then likely you are stuck with what you have. If you find out later the setup is wrong and you need a different section, likely you'll have to buy that from the parts catalog unless your dealer is willing to do something for you.
If you're purchasing a new Vulcan S and you request a certain arrangement and the dealer tells you it will cost you extra that is completely false. I was stated this directly from Kawasaki. Don't take my word for it, Id suggest anyone call Kawasaki and confirm this if there's a concern. This is the second thing in a month (the first was the shifter issue) that I've had to get Kawasaki involved with. I'm losing confidence in my shop but gaining confidence in Kawasaki as a brand and their customer service.