missing old bike... anything new for 2021 model??

olie

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a few years ago I sold my black 2012 T1200. I really miss that bike... is anything new for 2021 model year?? ..... what's the going price on the leftovers???
 

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a few years ago I sold my black 2012 T1200. I really miss that bike... is anything new for 2021 model year?? ..... what's the going price on the leftovers???
Take a brand new one for a test drive. I think you'll be impressed. Prices are going to vary from dealer to dealer, and state to state. Maybe do a fly-n-ride. '21 info won't be confirmed until November of '20 though.
 

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RideNow Tucson has a couple of new 2019 ESs for appx $11,200 listed on Cycle Trader

If you dont mind a few miles (16k)... British USA Gulf Coast BMW has a 2016 ES with goodies attached for $9K obo
Givi cases..Motech guards..Denali lights.. tall shield..side deflectors..tank pads..Rox risers..fender extender..& possibly more not visible

You just missed my friends fully farkled 15 ES with similar miles & $

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Compared to your 2012 model, the Gen II bikes, (2014-on), are smoother and a little more refined. They dropped the std model and only offer the ES from, (I think), 2019 on. CC is standard, heated grips are standard on ES models. A bunch of smaller updates/changes have occurred as well.

I haven't seen any official news on 2021 model XT1200s. Only the 2021 T7 info is on the Yamaha USA web site, along with the 2020 T12 info. The suspicion is Bold New Graphics, (BNG) and the usual single color choice.
 

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Go forward in time, see what the 2021 looks like, and report back.
 

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If you plan to fly and ride make sure that the state you fly to has connectivity with your home state for plating. Just picked up a leftover in PA and couldn't have ridden it home. Still got a great deal. Can't wait for my local MVC to open up.
 

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If you plan to fly and ride make sure that the state you fly to has connectivity with your home state for plating. Just picked up a leftover in PA and couldn't have ridden it home. Still got a great deal. Can't wait for my local MVC to open up.
@StanBo - Welcome to the forum. NJ? Please take a moment to put your location in your profile. It gives context to your posts and helps others give better answers if you have questions.

It certainly does vary, state to state. In some states the selling dealer can give you a trip permit for up to 10 days. In other states they can't, but you can go to the local source in the selling state and purchase one. In other states you can buy a trip permit with minimal info at your home state DMV/Motor Vehicle what-ever or tax office and fly with it to pick up your new bike.
 

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. . . . Just picked up a leftover in PA and couldn't have ridden it home. . . .
:eek: Dealers do not issue "temp tags" up there? They're called "buyers tags" here, and they're good for 90 days. That is to give the dealership enough time to register the car/bike/truck with the state. Usually, the metal plates arrive waaaay before the buyer tag expires. It has always been my understanding, that regardless of which state they were issued in, they are valid registration to drive in any state. Texas has the expiration date printed on the plate. Oklahoma has the purchase date printed, and how many days it's good for. Of course private sales are totally different.
 

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@StanBo - Welcome to the forum. NJ? Please take a moment to put your location in your profile. It gives context to your posts and helps others give better answers if you have questions.

It certainly does vary, state to state. In some states the selling dealer can give you a trip permit for up to 10 days. In other states they can't, but you can go to the local source in the selling state and purchase one. In other states you can buy a trip permit with minimal info at your home state DMV/Motor Vehicle what-ever or tax office and fly with it to pick up your new bike.
Done and done :D

I will have to remember that. It might have to do with this damn pandemic. I know the NJ MVC is closed to the 26th. So I am waiting. Considering contacting my local dealer where they did paperwork for my KTM. See if they can charge me and do the paperwork for the S10. Worse case I will just order the FSM and wait....

:eek: Dealers do not issue "temp tags" up there? They're called "buyers tags" here, and they're good for 90 days. That is to give the dealership enough time to register the car/bike/truck with the state. Usually, the metal plates arrive waaaay before the buyer tag expires. It has always been my understanding, that regardless of which state they were issued in, they are valid registration to drive in any state. Texas has the expiration date printed on the plate. Oklahoma has the purchase date printed, and how many days it's good for. Of course private sales are totally different.
Yeah I have gotten them for bikes purchased within my state. Normally takes a couple weeks for the permanent plate to be delivered.

I was told that PA is linked to NJ for automotive registrations but not for motorcycle. Took the dealer at their word and left with the bill of sale and title. Good note the day I picked it up it was under freezing and we drove thru a blizzard to bring the bike home.
 

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Before you buy a new S10, take a ride on a BMW GS....it will change your life!
and your bank account. Between the buy in cost and increased maintenance intervals you will need to pony up extra $. Plus you will probably not be able to ride by a Starbucks coffee shop without stopping. Sorry that was uncalled for...not!
 

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Before you buy a new S10, take a ride on a BMW GS....it will change your life!
For guys like you the BMW GS is a perfect choice. Thee is no denying they are a fantastic machine. OTOH for guys like me who buy a bike and run it into the ground, BMW is a poor choice and will be like owing a boat. I actually considered a GS until I realized I simply could not afford the cost of ownership.

On a side note, Yamaha is not offering the standard model Super Tenere anymore. Only the ES is available. I figure the bike will be discontinued in 2021.
 

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:eek: Dealers do not issue "temp tags" up there? They're called "buyers tags" here, and they're good for 90 days. That is to give the dealership enough time to register the car/bike/truck with the state. Usually, the metal plates arrive waaaay before the buyer tag expires. It has always been my understanding, that regardless of which state they were issued in, they are valid registration to drive in any state. Texas has the expiration date printed on the plate. Oklahoma has the purchase date printed, and how many days it's good for. Of course private sales are totally different.
Here in CA you cannot even register a motor vehicle purchased out of state that has less than 7500 miles.
 

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o_O Why? I'm sure it's a money thing. But. . . . but. . . . wtf? New Hampshire doesn't have a sales tax, but they get it back with vehicle registration.
 
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