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post #1 of 23 Old 11-08-12, 11:59 Thread Starter
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Can we talk about these 675r's on ebay

So I've decided to go with the all mighty 675r over the BMW S (thanks everyone for feedback on my other post). Triumph Soho offered me a new 2012 for 15K out the door (inclusive of 1K in minor parts upgrades). Needless to say I'm pretty serious about picking up one of these two 675r's on ebay of which I can probably get either one for 11K shipped.

Key things I'd love some feedback on are:

1) Is it a good deal or should I hold out for the 2013 release which might effect pricing of earlier models.

2) which is the better value, bone stock 2012 (from repo) or 2011 with some very decent upgrades installed by dealer.

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2011
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2011-...#ht_500wt_1182

2012
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2012-...ht_13064wt_931
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post #2 of 23 Old 11-08-12, 12:03
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Have you checked any other dealerships around the area? Last time I was at Gold coast i forgot to check if they even had a triumph, but its worth a shot. Plus the new model is soon to be unveiled which will surely affect the price of the current R's.

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Is this for street or race/trackbike? If race/track pm me
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I would get a 2012 over a 2011.. there were some slight differences between the 2, but more than 1 and they make a difference.
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that 2011 you listed looks to be the better deal. Less miles and more options (arrow exhaust)(Rear Seat Cowl)
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Personally I would get the 12 because it most like was bought later then the 11, thus having more of the warranty left.

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Personally I would get the 12 because it most like was bought later then the 11, thus having more of the warranty left.

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I got my 2012 for 12 out the door
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Either no one looked or I am missing something. Both bikes say they have no warranty?

The better bike for value I'd say with mileage and mods is definitely the 2011.. There are no differences between any 675R models from the factory I believe.

However if you want to save $500 and personalize the bike, get the 2012. If its got any warranty left in it that's worth little bit too, but not much. Both bikes haven't been ridden that much.

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