Switching back to dual sport

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Switching back to dual sport

#1 Unread post by MotoF150 »

I vistited a Suzuki Dealer yesterday, got a OTD price on a new 2006 DRZ400S $5387.94, talked about a trade in price of my 2005 M50, without looking at it he offered me $3100. Also looked at the King Quad ATV at reduced price of $6599, with a trade in of $3800 for my 06 Eiger. What I want is a double deal get rid of the M50 and the Eiger and get a new King Quad and a new DRZ400S. The King Quad at $6599 is a steal, but im going to have to spend an additional $1K for a plow and a winch for it, the plow and the winch on my Eiger is included on the trade in price. I could use the plow and the winch from the Eiger only spending a small amout of money for mounting brackets. I can't make up my mind. The $6599 for the King Quad is the price without taxes and prep, im guessing the OTD price would be at least $7K, 6% tax and $195 prep
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#2 Unread post by Gadjet »

sounds like a good deal for the DRZ - less than half price with your trade in. I say go for it.

As for the Eiger/King Quad deal, I can't say anything about that as I'm not familiar with ATV's, having never ridden one. What's the King Quad have over your Eiger?
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