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Well, I can stop lurking and officially join the 300 club. Thanks to the advice in this forum, I decided to pull the trigger yesterday!

Ninja 300 ABS with 5 year extended warranty and straps for $6,750.00 OTD. How did I do (be honest)?
 

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You wont get a 300 in Australia for $5000
If your in OZ $6,750.00 is good with the extended warranty
I was looking at the limited edition with ABS and the best they could do was $6800 with no extra warranty
I got the ebony one without ABS and I paid $6100 took me 3 dealers to find one that would knock any money off and he only took $100 the demand so high if you walk out the door the next person in will buy it
 

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Congrats on your new bike! I remember when they delivered mine and the feeling when I saw it on the trailer all by it self, awesome! :D As for the price, I don't know where you are, but that sounds good. I got mine (ABS SE Model too) for $6490 OTD, but I didn't get an extended warranty and I don't know what straps are? I live in Los Angeles.
 

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Careful on the extended warranty. Most performance upgrades can void parts or all of the warranty. 5years of not touching performance parts is tough to resist. Correct me if I am wrong.

Typed and sent by my right thumb using a Moto AtrixHD.
 

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Congrats on the bike! You did well on the price, I paid $6900 OTD for my SE ABS with only the standard 1 year warranty (I didn't feel like arguing over the price on an entry level bike).
 

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Very nice! I really wish I had been patient enough to save up the money for ABS.

I wouldn't worry too much about the price; they vary so much from region to region that there isn't any real way to make a good comparison. Dealers are pretty reluctant to budge on 300 prices since they don't receive any incentives from Kawasaki for the bikes.
 

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Welcome, and gosh that is a pretty bike ya got there ;)

As other have said, as long as your happy with your OTD then it wasn't too much. :)
Price varies so much by country and even within the states so it all boils down to demand/location/ect. The bike is wonderful, so I don't think you'll be disappointed one bit.
 
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