You asked: What is the markup on a new Harley Davidson motorcycle?

How much mark up on a new Harley Davidson?

Banned. chasarms said: The top salesman at the dealership I frequent sold 200 bikes last year.

What is the average markup on new motorcycles?

But on most new bikes, the margins are very slim. I know most think this is not the case, but an available margin on a new bike varies from about4-7% of the retail price for most brands. So a $10,000 new bike, may only have a $400-$700 margin. Sometimes a little more, often a lot less.

Do Harley dealers charge more than MSRP?

As already stated, MSRP is just a suggestion. Dealers will try to add on as many charges as possible, so when shopping around the number that really matters is the final out the door price.

How much profit do motorcycle dealers make?

What started out as a profit margin of around 15 percent is now 5 percent—and it might be even lower if “flooring” costs are factored in. Some models have higher margins and some lower, but it’s the total picture that dealers have to look at.

How much should I put down on a motorcycle?

Most typical Harley-Davidson loans will require 10%-20% down.

Bike Amount 10% Down 40% Down
$20,000 $2,000 $8,000
$25,000 $2,500 $10,000
$30,000 $3,000 $12,000
$35,000 $3,500 $14,000
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What is the best time to buy a motorcycle?

The best time of the year to buy a motorcycle is during winter. When the sun is gone and the temperature is below freezing, motorcycles aren’t exactly top of mind. This means less traffic for motorcycle sellers and a greater potential for lower prices.

What is a dealer margin?

A dealer margin, or dealership profit margin, is the monetary difference between the invoice price, which is the amount that a dealership pays to acquire a vehicle, and the MSRP, which is the manufacturer suggested retail price – also known as the sticker price.