I was quoted $17,700 out the door for a 2011. The funny thing is that it's almost like they don't want your business. I bought plenty of bikes (sport bikes) and I've never walked into a dealership looking to spend about $16k and found people with no desire to take my money. They almost made it sound like if they ordered me one I'd owe them a favor.Buy a 2011 for $15000... Dealers are clueless...
That's without ABS and security. Here is a breakdown:gixxer1000,
In my experience HD Stealership employees tend to have bad attitudes, chips on their shoulders etc. (I've met some that were the exception).
Why? Maybe the fake tough bad ass culture breeds insecure assholes with bad social skills... /shrug
Anywho, is the price you're getting include ABS? Ask for a line item explanation then compare it with what you see here:
Don't forget that in this process, you are in charge.
Good luck and please let us know how it goes.
That is what I think is so awesome about the Muscle. No one usually see's the Harley Badge right away and always ask what the hell is it?? When you say "A Harley" it's cool to watch their faces.I bought an 09 Muscle last September. The bike was used as a demonstrator, black with ABS and had 229 miles on it. The dealer had it marked down $1500.00 from list. I told them I would take it but they would have to take another grand off the price because it was dirty but didn't need to clean it up or fill the tank. I also told them I wanted them to include a windshield and that I wasn't going to pay a setup fee, freight or any dealer charges. They didn't like it but they said they would do the deal. The whole process took about 20 minutes and I had a Muscle.
Ten times better bike than the other Harleys I have ever had.
I stopped at a weekly car show this week just to see some cars and walk around. I spent 45 minutes talking to all the guys that came up to find out what I was riding, how I liked it and listened to all of them telling me how cool my bike was. Even some other Harley riders which was a shock. Had a great time.