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From the Motorcyclist Review:

Ducati is hoping the 959 Panigale will appeal to those stepping up to sportbikes from naked bikes, as well as riders of Japanese 600cc supersports who feel ready for a bike with increased performance, prestige, and character. They’re also looking at attracting crossover customers who are set to replace their 1,000cc Japanese superbikes, but balk at paying the steep premium for the 1299 Panigale.
 

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I think they've got their demographic fairly well studied. I have 2007 S2R1K.


I put a deposit down last week. Unsure when the bike will be available. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with the Monster. I don't need two bikes but I'm looking forward to something different.

Is there a pricing thread here? I have yet to negotiate a final price but the dealership I'm working with indicated full pop for everything, no discounts.
 

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I think they've got their demographic fairly well studied. I have 2007 S2R1K.


I put a deposit down last week. Unsure when the bike will be available. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with the Monster. I don't need two bikes but I'm looking forward to something different.

Is there a pricing thread here? I have yet to negotiate a final price but the dealership I'm working with indicated full pop for everything, no discounts.
hey man welcome to the boards! not sure about a pricing thread, get one going though if not ;)
 

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I think they've got their demographic fairly well studied. I have 2007 S2R1K.


I put a deposit down last week. Unsure when the bike will be available. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with the Monster. I don't need two bikes but I'm looking forward to something different.

Is there a pricing thread here? I have yet to negotiate a final price but the dealership I'm working with indicated full pop for everything, no discounts.
Would you sell your bike privately or through the dealer?
 

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Private I would imagine. I'm not sure why I'd need to sell it through a dealership. What am I missing? I'm having a hard time deciding. I love that bike but I'm bored and want something else. I don't need two bikes either.
 

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Private I would imagine. I'm not sure why I'd need to sell it through a dealership. What am I missing? I'm having a hard time deciding. I love that bike but I'm bored and want something else. I don't need two bikes either.
Nothing to miss out on selling through a dealer, the only benefit is it takes little effort on your part, but with that you get less money in return.
 
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