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sailUSVI

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Nice lookin’ ride, how much?
 
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From more than a couple angles, it looks like a melted Camaro. It does manage NOT to look Korean.
As far as visually stunnng, it's in Subaru Crosstrek/ Chrysler PT Cruiser category, startling the first time or two, then they blend in to everything else.
 
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Looks aside...that level of performance for under $60K is pretty amazing.

It doesn't look that bad...but those grilles are cheesy.
 
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As noted in the link I posted, it's about the same price as a 300hp Boxster- I'd rather have the Vette (the underwhelming interior wouldn't bother me much). For ~60K, it's an amazing deal.
 
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Looks aside...that level of performance for under $60K is pretty amazing.
It doesn't look that bad...but those grilles are cheesy.
does anyone remember when Harley did this pricing model? MSRP would be $13,999 on a bike...street price was much higher.
Aint no way they gona sell for that.I believe its called penetration pricing.
 
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For ~60K, it's an amazing deal.
how pissed would you be if you bought a C7 for 99ish...then this gets revealed...lol.
Im going to predict this design will accomodate future non ICE drive trains and batteries. Set the price cheap to clear out engine inventory... then offer an e version like Mr Lucky can dream and tout big #s and charge more!!
 
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does anyone remember when Harley did this pricing model? MSRP would be $13,999 on a bike...street price was much higher.
Aint no way they gona sell for that.I believe its called penetration pricing.
Harley's never performed.

I do remember when Harleys held their resale value...maybe they still do.

I don't know...I ride a Honda!
 
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thats the thing...they duped countless folks into buying a bike as an investment vehicle. It was a thing in the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s.
Cracked me up to no end. As a rider...it was meh.
 
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does anyone remember when Harley did this pricing model? MSRP would be $13,999 on a bike...street price was much higher.
Aint no way they gona sell for that.I believe its called penetration pricing.
Think you have 'penetration pricing' mixed up with your Grindr professional services menu item
 
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