thanks for the response.Your APR rate is pretty damn high. Did you not qualify for the Indian financing? I'm not trying to embarass you - just asking if they even tried to get you to finance through Indian or they are trying to make money off of you by having you finance through one of "their" companies.
The "options" are they Indian OEM options or some 3rd party aftermarket ones? The "K" code they are using for the options don't tell us much.
Freight charge? Kiss my a$$. The dealership paid to have the bike shipped TO them to sell it. Why should you have to pay the shipping fees???? I refuse to pay freight.
What is the line item for "Total Other Charges"?
This doesn't look too good so far to me...
I’m with you. Seems pretty standard pricing to me. Maybe a little give on the accessories or sale price could help a little.Indian financing for 72 months should be 4.99%, 84 months 5.99%. Scouts have had deals for 1.99% apr, but not for that term. It also depends on your credit score. If you go to a bank, you can get a lower apr and still qualify for rebates through Indian. Most banks will offer 2.99% but will be for no more than 60 months.
Your dealer should work with you on rebates if they are a good dealer. For example, my dealer got me the trade deal plus a rebate. They gave me 10% off accessories. Indian also ran a deal $500 off $2000 or $100 off $500, limit one buyer. My dealer got me both.
While I think you could dicker a little on price I don’t think you’re “getting hosed”. I’m not sure where these other guys are shopping, but the price and terms don’t seem that unreasonable.
Did you already buy it? You can order up a different color if you’re not loving black.@cloudo
Exactly what I decided to do.....getting crusher or VH slip on.
I also decided on a scout 60, im 57, and it seems more conservative to me. I was only able to find locally in thunder black (gloss) was hoping to find a pearl white or something not sure that color is even offered in 2020....just seems everywhere you looks there is a black bike.