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    Quote Originally Posted by DarwinCross View Post
    It looks like $20,870 is the number.
    That's Canada's 2014 R1200RT base price - $20,850.

    Canada 2014 R1200GS base is $19,200. USA 2014 R1200GS base $16,100....$3,100 difference. Apply that same differential to 2014 R1200RT models you'd get $20,850 in Canada and $17,750.00 in USA. This appears highly possible given 2013 USA base price was $17,350.00...so a $400.00 increase over USA 2013 model. Of course plus freight and whatever options one plies on.

    My 2013's MSRP was $21,345. I'm thinking the 2014 water-cooled version will be around $21,745 with similar options.
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    2014 rt pricing

    I talked to a US dealer and the new 2104 r1200rt's will be $350 more than the 2013 models. This may be a bargain with all the changes BMW has made. It will be interesting to ride one!

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    new pricing

    I talked to a US dealer and the new 2014 r1200rt's will be $350 more than a 2103 model. This is a bargain with all the changes BMW has made to this model. It will be interesting to ride one.

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    I'm on the waiting list. #7. Just confirmed my color choice and options wanted yesterday.

    Here is a snippit from the BMW pricing guide they sent me (also had pricing for the 2014 GS, Ninty-Nine, and the K1600)

    Base Model MSRP $17,650
    Added equipment (over predecessor model)
    $250 Heated Grips
    $400 ASC (Automatic Stability Control)
    $100 2 riding modes (rain, road)
    $100 steering damper
    $350 On Board Computer Pro
    $100 Multi Controller
    $100 LED white turn signals
    -$300 base MSRP increase (+$300)


    Standard Package MSRP $18,250
    Added equipment (over predecessor model)
    $205 GPS Preparation
    $750 additional standard equipment: 2 riding modes (rain, road), steering damper, On Board Computer Pro, Multi Controller, LED white turn signals
    $100 Standard Package lower price vs. predecessor (-$100)

    Premium Package MSRP $20,850
    Added equipment (over predecessor model)
    $50 ?Dynamic? ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment)
    $205 GPS Preparation
    $150 Hill Start Control
    $100 Headlight Pro
    $100 Ride Modes Pro (adds dynamic)
    $250 TPM (Tire Pressure Monitor)

    Then there is "Dealer First Stock" for 21,700 which includes the Alarm, central locking and Auto Shift control. These will be the fist off the truck and in limited Quantities.

    Shipping starts late this month... Figure 3-4 weeks to get them from Germany to the East coast.

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    The base pricing for the 2014 R1200RT in the USA

    The base price just went up on the web site: $17,650 (including ABS)

    Do you think they're going to sell a few? I saw it at the show in Minneapolis last weekend. The good news is that even without the lowest seat setting my short legs reach the ground. At just over 600lbs with a full tank fuel it is amazing light feeling and has a much lower center of gravity that the current RT

    I'm a bit of a minimalist so I would go with very few options. At this price it has become my number one object of desire. I can't wait 'til the snow melts and the test drives begin.

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    I was told the radio/blue tooth option was another $1300.
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    Not sure how they are configured yet

    What I?ve heard is that the first deliveries will be factory optioned all the same, but the dealers will select colors early next week. It sounds like they will have the premium package, but it sounds uncertain exactly how these bike are configured. I have a deposit down on one and will hopefully find out all of the details next week. The dealer that I talked to seems to think that they will have the radio installed.

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    The base price has been around $17,350 for the past few years, but there are close to NONE available at that price. BMW has decided what people want, and most are delivered with an option package or two in the $21K range.

    The ones already ordered by customers will be in dealerships in something like two weeks, so if you ordered one, expect a call soon. And make a deposit in your checking account!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClassicVW View Post
    The base price has been around $17,350 for the past few years, but there are close to NONE available at that price. BMW has decided what people want, and most are delivered with an option package or two in the $21K range.
    That's how it was with the K1600. The GTs I was looking at were all loaded. Price came to $25,035.- incl the option packages. There was only one bike I found that did not have the package that included the ESA. And I wanted ESA. Didn't want radio , heated grips and heated seats, but had to take it.

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    Max has several 2014 RT's listed at $21,345.00, no specifics to options yet given.

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    2014 1200rt msrp

    The first batch will be configured with every available factory option for 21,700 plus 495 destination charge for a total of 22,195. Base sticker is 17,650. The four option packages are Comfort, Touring, Luxury, and Dynamic; priced at 850, 1400, 1525, and 275 respectively. The Comfort package includes chrome exhaust, central locking, TPM, anti theft alarm, accessory socket. Touring is Dynamic ESA, GPS prep, heated seat, cruise control. Luxury package is bluetooth interface control, gear shift assistant pro, audio system with radio, radio software. Dynamic package is hill start control, headlight pro, ride modes pro. These should hit the show rooms in 2 weeks.

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    arriving tomorrow

    Black 2014 RT arriving tomorrow afternoon. $21700 + $495 shipping = $22195 + $682 taxes, docs etc= grand total $22877. Bike has every option as the first few will. If the radio works then it might be mine. Maybe Max's is already discounting them.

    14RT R 1200 RT US USD 17,650.00
    Color NC9 Ebony MET 0.00
    Upholstery N/C
    Options ZLT Luxury Package 1,525.00
    143 Bluetooth Interface Control N/C
    222 Gear Shift Assistant Pro N/C
    270 Audio System with Radio N/C
    376 Radio Software N/C

    230 Comfort Package 850.00
    350 Chrome Exhaust Pipe N/C
    417 Central Locking System N/C
    530 TPM N/C
    603 Anti Theft Alarm System N/C
    764 Accessory Socket N/C

    233 Touring Package 1,400.00
    191 Dynamic ESA N/C
    272 GPS Prep. N/C
    518 Heated Seat N/C
    538 Cruise Control N/C

    238 Dynamic Package 275.00
    204 Hill Start Control N/C
    219 Headlight Pro N/C
    224 Ride Modes Pro N/C
    992 Market Launch Equipment 0.00
    Net Total 21,700.00
    DEST 495.00
    Total Suggested Price 22,195.00
    Price Disclaimer: Total MSRP excludes all taxes, title/documentary fees, registration, tags, BMW center preparation charges, BMW center installed options,
    insurance, certificate of compliance or non-compliance fees, and finance charges. Prices may vary by BMW center.
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    Cool. Only $22k more and I'm there!
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    New radio is 100% better than the old one. Cool color. Switching out tires for P4s and adding hyperlights. Pick it up Wednesday!
    Buck in Greensboro, NC
    2013 R 1200 RT Midnight Blue - traded, 2014 R 1200 RT Ebony Metallic, 2016 S 1000 XR

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    Quote Originally Posted by hogwide@aol.com View Post
    New radio is 100% better than the old one. Cool color. Switching out tires for P4s and adding hyperlights. Pick it up Wednesday!
    How does that work, "100% better than old one"? Does that mean you only have to listen half as hard to hear it? Or you can hear it at 160 MPH where the old radio was audible at max 80 MPH? Or does it even have anything to do with hearing it? Perhaps the buttons are twice as large or the screen display characters are twice as large as the old ones? How did you measure that 100%?
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