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So I'm getting a 300 as my first bike, and today I went to my local dealership and they offered me a white Ninja 300 SE ABS with a price tag of $6200 out the door,

which means the price included freight, setup, documents, taxes (7% NJ Sales Tax) etc, is that a good price? Or can I still aim for a lower price?

I negotiated with the sales, who's super helpful and friendly for a good amount of time and that's the final offer he gave me.

I absolutely love the white SE and I need ABS, thanks!!:)
 

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I live in nj also, same exact bike and that is a few hundred dollars cheaper than what I got mine for. Also there is already a thread for prices so you can compare.
 
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For your location that is a good price. I live in Ohio and negotiated for almost an hour and go it for $5800 out the door. They wanted $6600 otd. But I have seen these bikes sell for $7000 or $8000 in California and Hawaii
 
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In Denver, got $5300 out the door with the costco program on a white, 2014 SE ABS, + a $200 costco cash card.
 

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Mine was $7350 ride-away for ABS non SE which is $6800USD

Full comp insurance is $540 per year because I'm a good boy.
 
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