How much did you get your DRZ250 for?

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I'm picking up a DRZ250 tonight $5,500 out the door(in Ca.) If any of you know or think this is too much please let me know. I need all the ammo I can get. I just saw someone saying DRZ400 are $4,200 in Chicago.
 
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Thanks Roosteater. That thread wont work for me but I get the picture.

The 5,500 has a bike carrier in the price but that is only $185.00. I think I might have a bit of dealing to do. I hate this part.

If anyone has a lower price for this bike I need it in the next 1.25 hours!!
 

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Yous should be paying under $5k out the door - check http://www.cycletrader.com

2001 SUZUKI, DRZ250, 4 stroke fun, retail $4699, you save $700, now only $3999, Hahm Motorsports, dlr, 714-563-1700 CA
 
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It's in the garage! I got a good deal and from a local dealer. I am happy my wife is more than happy. I called Hahm they would not tell me how much set up was or any other details over the phone. I don't think it's worth a few hundred dollars to go to Anahiem. :p
Thanks for your input.
PS. I took a print out of the deal at hahm MS. ($3,999) and they gave me a nice cycle rack. better than the one I was going to pay $275+tax for.

Thanks again, good riding!
 
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Hahm Motors

I purchased a bike from Hahm Motors in Anaheim and they really try to rip you off on the freight setup. They wanted $400 for freight and $100 setup on a Yamaha PW80. Consider that Yamaha is less than 10 miles away and that factories usually give an allowance for setup. For that price I can have the bike FedEx'ed from Tokyo. It's a total scam, they low ball you on the price and then make it up in the back room. They eventually came down to $100 for freight and setup. :eek: