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post #11 of 25 Old 12-26-2018, 04:57 AM
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In an open forum it's the best insurance, ever get stolen everybody knows who is the original owner, unsellable, is your stolen?
Mine has 0 km on the odometer 🙂
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Here is the truth, you keep it with 0 km and get a good resale value, I ride mine 1000km per month and when my wife sells my estate the price she gets for my H2 will be a little less but has given more pleasure to me that cannot be valued. At my age I have seen people keep 0 k bikes and they never get the investment back in true value terms, just bragging rights and a conversational piece, nowhere near the joy of riding it!
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Here is the truth, you keep it with 0 km and get a good resale value, I ride mine 1000km per month and when my wife sells my estate the price she gets for my H2 will be a little less but has given more pleasure to me that cannot be valued. At my age I have seen people keep 0 k bikes and they never get the investment back in true value terms, just bragging rights and a conversational piece, nowhere near the joy of riding it!
Here in ny country we got something called registration tax and VAT.
So...
When I buy a bike for $30.000 it will cost me another $65.000 just to put a number plate on it, because the registration tax is so high.
And yes I've paid $95.000 for my Carbon.

I'm getting my number plate this upcoming March.
So excuse me that I have not put any mileage on it yet.
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Here is the truth, you keep it with 0 km and get a good resale value, I ride mine 1000km per month and when my wife sells my estate the price she gets for my H2 will be a little less but has given more pleasure to me that cannot be valued. At my age I have seen people keep 0 k bikes and they never get the investment back in true value terms, just bragging rights and a conversational piece, nowhere near the joy of riding it!
Here in ny country we got something called registration tax and VAT.
So...
When I buy a bike for $30.000 it will cost me another $65.000 just to put a number plate on it, because the registration tax is so high.
And yes I've paid $95.000 for my Carbon.

I'm getting my number plate this upcoming March.
So excuse me that I have not put any mileage on it yet.
What are you saying lol
You bought it for $30,000
And it will cost you $65,000 to put a license plate on it ?????????

Lmao what are you saying

Here in New York USA 2019 is

$29,000 regular and with tax and registration n fees it’s $33,000 out the door OTD

Carbon is $32500 and after all fees n registrations it’s $37500 out the door OTD
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Here is the truth, you keep it with 0 km and get a good resale value, I ride mine 1000km per month and when my wife sells my estate the price she gets for my H2 will be a little less but has given more pleasure to me that cannot be valued. At my age I have seen people keep 0 k bikes and they never get the investment back in true value terms, just bragging rights and a conversational piece, nowhere near the joy of riding it!
Here in ny country we got something called registration tax and VAT.
So...
When I buy a bike for $30.000 it will cost me another $65.000 just to put a number plate on it, because the registration tax is so high.
And yes I've paid $95.000 for my Carbon.

I'm getting my number plate this upcoming March.
So excuse me that I have not put any mileage on it yet.
What are you saying lol
You bought it for $30,000
And it will cost you $65,000 to put a license plate on it ?????????

Lmao what are you saying

Here in New York USA 2019 is

$29,000 regular and with tax and registration n fees it’s $33,000 out the door OTD

Carbon is $32500 and after all fees n registrations it’s $37500 out the door OTD
I don't live in USA.
So here we pay 180% of the bikes value in registration tax.

But at least we have free health care.
It's free to take you college degree.
We got 6 weeks paid vacation a year.
And we get 9 months paid maternity.

So even though we have to pay a lot for our vehicles.
It's quite alright.
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Denmark? Just a guess...
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Pretty good Guess 🙂
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Denmark? Just a guess...
Solid guess. In Denmark the H2R is cheaper than the H2. I understand why, but it still cracks me up.
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Denmark? Just a guess...
Solid guess. In Denmark the H2R is cheaper than the H2. I understand why, but it still cracks me up.
Yeah it's around $30.000 cheaper than the carbon edition.

Vehicles are really expensive here.
But well.
We got something good in return.

And we got a really high salary for the middle class people.

So it's alright.
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Yea free health n college but they tax everyone 50% of your salary smh
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