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2007 R6 Dealer's Invoice -- Great Info for Negotiating
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2007 R6 Dealer's Invoice -- Great Info for Negotiating - June 5, 2007, 07:31 PM

Here is the dealer's invoice price and other info for the '07 R6. I had to pay a few bucks for this info from a service, so I figured I'd share it with everyone.

Dealer Invoice Report 2007 YZF-R6

List Price:
$9399 Charcoal Silver or Candy Red
List Price: $9299 Yamaha Blue

Dealer Invoice:
$8017 Charcoal Silver or Candy Red
Dealer Invoice: $7934 Yamaha Blue

Dealer invoice price includes $216 freight charge for shipping from the manufacturer to the dealership.

Assembly Cost: $50 per Yamaha pricesheet

Each dealership has its own method of figuring actual cost of assembly and preparation for sale.

There is no reimbursement by the factory for this cost to the dealer.

Ready to sell cost:
$8067 Charcoal Silver or Candy Red
Ready to sell cost: $7984 Yamaha Blue

This model Yamaha has 3% (of list price) dealer holdback. This holdback money is paid to dealers in at the end of the model year for units that are sold within the previous 12 months. Dealers must pay Yamaha the full "Dealer Invoice" price and wait up to 12 months after selling the machine to receive their dealer holdback.

Wholesale Incentives: none for this model

Retail Incentives: none for this model

The "Ready to sell cost" is the cost of the machine with NO PROFIT to a dealer. Dealers do not stay in business very long by selling machines for no profit.

Many dealers charge additional fees for "Freight and Setup" over and above the selling price of the machine. Add the "Selling Price" to the "Freight and Setup" charges and subtract the "Ready to sell cost" to determine the PROFIT a dealer is asking to make.
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June 5, 2007, 08:31 PM

Thanks for the insight. May I ask what service that you use to get this information. I am looking into other bikes and might want to look into this for future reference. I can imagine the looks on the sales guy when you walk in knowing this information. Wonder if they will cut you any slack or think that you are guessing.


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Check out my blog entry for more info. It costs $14 for each report. If you look up other bikes, share your info here. We might be able to get the moderators to turn the post into a sticky since it is so useful.


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June 6, 2007, 03:58 PM

Could you really call that "profit", I mean the dealer still has to cover employee & building costs etc.


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June 6, 2007, 09:48 PM

Ahhhhhhh hahahahahahahahahha

I love internet buyers ..... it's on the interweb so the shit must be true. There are holes big enough in the infor you posted to fit those bikes through side by side.

Good luck getting a dealer to even read that crap let alone let you use it as a basis to"negotiate" from.



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June 6, 2007, 09:57 PM

Obviously, JohnnySpeed doensn't think the site that wrote the information knows what they are talking about.

Johnny, instead of just bashing the info, could you explain what the "holes" are? I'm going to be buying a bike soon and just want to know if sport bike prices are negotiable, what would be a reasonable price to pay, etc.

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Ahhhhhhh hahahahahahahahahha

I love internet buyers ..... it's on the interweb so the shit must be true. There are holes big enough in the infor you posted to fit those bikes through side by side.

Good luck getting a dealer to even read that crap let alone let you use it as a basis to"negotiate" from.



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June 6, 2007, 10:07 PM

So I guess they only do this with bikes huh Johnny? How long has internet car buying been going on???? I have gotten my best deals on both my trucks over the web at local dealerships than in person. Don't just bash this guy for trying!!! Show us why you laugh at this!!!!!!!!!!!!! Maybe you could shed some light on for others.. Don't just bash and run!


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mmmmmm....sweet info nice looking out 4 family


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June 6, 2007, 11:30 PM

You can get a new R6 for $8399 OTD and that's about the lowest the dealer will go. In the end - dealers rarely negotiate in my experience. You ask their best price, they give it, and if you don't like it you go elsewhere because odds are they will get that price from someone else - especially in urban areas. The best deals are to be found in rural areas.

I would like to know your criticisms though Johnny. Didn't you used to be a sales guy at one of the dealers? A couple of friends of mine also worked at a dealer in MS, and they would have a "lowest price" they could sell a bike that was determined by the owner. But selling a bike for less than they otherwise could was tantamount to shooting themselves in the foot.


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June 27, 2007, 03:30 PM

So where is the best dealership to buy from in the DC area for the lowest price? So far I have found that Ellicott City has R6s "on sale" for $8,500. I have been making a few phone calls. Just not sure as to whats the best way to get the best price without visiting each and every dealership...
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I got mine from Loudoun motorsports in leesburg for $8k. They had a big sale but i'm sure you can still get it for that.
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Its all about supply and demand of course. If you can wait till the cold months you can get one for 8K + tax and title. I bought mine in may in 06 when they just changed the bike up and I couldnt find a dealer to sell it to me less than full retail + their bs charges. I was looking at a solid 10400+. (Including Ellicott City Motorsports, I was on the phone wiht a guy there 3 or 4 times begging for a better price). I got Pete's Cycle to sell me one for retail without any setup fee, that was the best deal I could get. And with that price I had to wait a while till they got one. Nobody else would come close to matching the price.

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So now I saw the "end of year clearance" for yamaha atvs, motorcycles, and side by sides. I wonder what dealers are offering for specials if any. Criswell told me around $9,300 OTD, taxed, tagged, titled. This was the "matched price" from ellicott city motorsports. I am looking to go lower than this seeing what the invoices are and that '08s are almost here...
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