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Time for a wrap-up of some of the special offers currently available around Australia. The Buyers Guide.
Aprilia is rolling out the Caponord 1200 Rally ADD ATC/ABS in Giallo Dune for $22,000 ride away. The deal applies to MY15 plate models only and is only available as long as stocks last. The bikes must be purchased and delivered by 31 May 2016. Talk to an Aprilia dealer for more details.
BMW has a raft of discounts, with the following models all going for reduced, ride away prices: G650GS, $9900; K1300S, $28,590; K1300R, $21,990; C650 Sport $13,990; C650GT $14,990; F700GS, $13,490; F800R, $13,990; F800GS, $16,990 and the F800GS Adventure, $18,990.
A Navigator 5 is also offered on the R1200R, R1200GS and S1000XR (a saving of over $1200) and the RnineT includes a free customer rider seat and pillion cover (a saving of over $1250)
And finally, the following models are selling for discount ride away prices, with accessories included: F800GT, $17,490 with free panniers; R1200RT, $30,990 with free Navigator 5; K1600GT, $34,490 with free Navigator 5, K600GTL, $36,490 with free Navigator 5.
Honda is offering Honda dollars – usable on gear, accessories, servicing, or the bike purchased – with a number of models. These included $2000 on the CTX1300A, $1000 on the Valkyrie, $750 on the CB500FA (15YM and older), and $300 on the CBR300R, CBR300RA and CB300FA. But perhaps the biggest deal is on the smallest bike – to celebrate the launch of the Grom, Honda is offering it for $3999 ride away, until the end of July.
Kawasaki has a bunch of offers, including $500 off the Ninja 300 and $750 off the Ninja 650 ABS/L. You can get $750 back on the Versys 650 and 650L ABS, and in the litre class you can get the Ninja 1000 ABS and Versys 1000 ABS for a grand less than the usual price. If you’re looking at going adventuring, there’s a $650 cash back on the camo grey KLR650, As per usual it’s only at participating dealers, and the promotion runs until the end of May. The bike has to be collected before then to be eligible for the deal.
KTM has a few nice deals running at the moment, including KTM KA$H – up to $1500 off on the 2016 EXC range. The V-twin Power promotion will get you $2000 off the 2015 1290 Super Duke R, aka the Beast. There’s also a $2000 discount on the 2015 1190 Adventure and 1050 Adventure as part of the Adventure Power offer. And the Wolf in LAMS clothing has the 2015 390 Duke or RC390 for $6995 ride away.
Rather than discounting particular bikes, Suzuki is offering attractive terms on its finance – 2.95% cent p.a. comparison rate offer available on all Suzuki roadbikes 600cc and above. That covers over 20 models in the roadbike line-up including but not limited to all Suzuki GSX-R and GSX-S models, Boulevard cruisers, the iconic Hayabusa and V-Strom adventure touring range. For more info, visit your local accredited Suzuki Finance dealer, which you can find through the Dealer Locator on suzukimotorcycles.com.au.
Triumph has discounts on a number of models including $1250 off the Tiger 800XR, $1000 off the Tiger 800XC. You can get a free set of panniers and a $750 in-store voucher with the Tiger Explorer, Tiger Explorer Wire Wheel, or Tiger Explorer Mag Wheel. And the Tiger Sport comes with free panniers. Triumph is also offering in-store vouchers of up to $1500 with various models across the range. You’ll get a $1500 voucher with the Thunderbird LT (2015); a $1000 voucher with the Daytona 675 ABS; a $750 voucher with the Street Triple 675, Speed Triple 94, Speed Triple 94R, Bonneville T100 Spirit, Bonneville T214 Limited Edition, Bonneville Newchurch, Special Edition, Bonneville A3, standard mag wheel; and a $500 voucher with a Thunderbird Storm (2015). The vouchers can be redeemed on parts, accessories or clothing. Check out www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au for more details – many of these offers only run until the end of May.
Yamaha is offering a special low ride away price on Bolt XV950 from $10,999 plus free on roads for other Star cruisers. If you’re planning on getting a bit dirty, there’s also free plastics and seat with the YZ450F/YZ250F. And you can get 1% super low finance for YZF dirtbikes.