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Just wondering, any 2010 future S1000RR riders here??? :confused:

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If everything goes as planned, I'll get the 3rd Gen in 2011! Beautiful beemer.

 

Well, you know what they say about 1st Gens. ;)

Hmmm, the one I intend to get is the 2nd gen. SHOULD be alright, right??? :sweat:

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Correction: Actually, the S1000RR is slated for production release only in early 2010. So technically, you're getting the 1st Gen!

 

The 2009 model is only a teaser for the SBK.

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Correction: Actually, the S1000RR is slated for production release only in early 2010. So technically, you're getting the 1st Gen!

 

The 2009 model is only a teaser for the SBK.

Well, guess I'll be in the pioneer batch then. No worries. I have faith in German technology...:angel:

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Well, guess I'll be in the pioneer batch then. No worries. I have faith in German technology...:angel:

How can you go wrong with German technology, eh?

 

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No one else interested? Wow.

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The tail just oozes of sex. . .

Yup. However, sure heart pain if you reverse the bike and accidentally knock the sharp pointed end against the carpark wall or anything else. Confirm will crack or break off if forceful enough...:help:

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I got this from the BMW Planet Power website. The price should be in US dollars.

 

We're very pleased to announce the pricing on the 2010 BMW S 1000 RR:

MSRP*: $13,800.00

Options:

Race ABS (excluding DTC): $1,000.00

Race ABS and Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) Combined: $1,480.00

Gear Shift Assistant: $450.00

Anti Theft Alarm: $395.00

Motorsports Paint Scheme: $750.00

 

* MSRP excludes destination, freight, license, registration, taxes, insurance and options.

 

So, anyone can make an estimate on roughly how much it would cost in Singapore? I went to Performance Motors just now in the afternoon to enquire about the bike. The salesman said that they will definitely bring it in next year but he has no idea how much it would cost...:sian:

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I got this from the BMW Planet Power website. The price should be in US dollars.

 

We're very pleased to announce the pricing on the 2010 BMW S 1000 RR:

MSRP*: $13,800.00

Options:

Race ABS (excluding DTC): $1,000.00

Race ABS and Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) Combined: $1,480.00

Gear Shift Assistant: $450.00

Anti Theft Alarm: $395.00

Motorsports Paint Scheme: $750.00

 

* MSRP excludes destination, freight, license, registration, taxes, insurance and options.

 

So, anyone can make an estimate on roughly how much it would cost in Singapore? I went to Performance Motors just now in the afternoon to enquire about the bike. The salesman said that they will definitely bring it in next year but he has no idea how much it would cost...:sian:

 

 

Base model Duckie 1198 is about $15 to 16K USD. How much is it here?

Use that as a rough gauge.

 

I guess perhaps $38K to $42K here. In the same league as the Aprilias, MVs, KTMs, and Ducs.

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Base model Duckie 1198 is about $15 to 16K USD. How much is it here?

Use that as a rough gauge.

 

I guess perhaps $38K to $42K here. In the same league as the Aprilias, MVs, KTMs, and Ducs.

Not necessarily. Italian bikes have a huge premium attached to it due to its exclusivity. BMW made the S1000RR as a serious competitor to the Japanese Big 4s. Most of the design comes off common Jap bikes in the market today, except the addition of the goodies mentioned. So expect prices in Singapore to be slightly below $32K.

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Not necessarily. Italian bikes have a huge premium attached to it due to its exclusivity. BMW made the S1000RR as a serious competitor to the Japanese Big 4s. Most of the design comes off common Jap bikes in the market today, except the addition of the goodies mentioned. So expect prices in Singapore to be slightly below $32K.

 

Hey, if it's 32K and below, it's a steal. But I don't know if we should all be so hopeful.

 

The RSV4 is OTR at around $38K or so. The GS and higher spec bikes are in the hi-30s and 40s even.

 

This thing has Ohlins and Brembo gear on it?

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Hey, if it's 32K and below, it's a steal. But I don't know if we should all be so hopeful.

 

The RSV4 is OTR at around $38K or so. The GS and higher spec bikes are in the hi-30s and 40s even.

 

This thing has Ohlins and Brembo gear on it?

Has radial Brembos (bottom of the line). No Ohlins iirc.

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Has radial Brembos (bottom of the line). No Ohlins iirc.

 

Then perhaps in the same league as the base model RC8.

 

But I guess knowing BMW, if we throw in the optional ABS and TC, it's gonna cost everything including the kitchen sink.

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Placed a pre-order for the S1000RR already...no delivery dates so far as the first batch of production models are sold out...can't wait

 

:cheers::cheers::cheers:

 

Anyone else took the plunge yet?

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Placed a pre-order for the S1000RR already...no delivery dates so far as the first batch of production models are sold out...can't wait

 

:cheers::cheers::cheers:

 

Anyone else took the plunge yet?

Huh? When I went to Performance Motors, the salesman didn't even know how much or when the bikes will be coming in. Thus, he did not tell me to pre-order. When you say pre-order, what exactly do you mean? You left your name behind in a list or you paid a nominal deposit for it???:confused:

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I'm in US dude...if anyone wants it, let me know. We can mass ship it back to SG...

What, in a container? How about selling off a kidney to pay for the shipping cost? Wait, the parallel import will be much cheaper than getting it from Performance Motors, no?

 

You're based permanently in the US, dude? The guys in America are pre-ordering with refundable deposits ranging from $500 to $1000.

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Thats also my understanding when I placed my pre-order...

 

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Not much good for track days... ;)

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Heard that first 500 units slated for US will be delivered from Dec 09 to Mar 2010.

 

Those on the current pre-order list will get their ride during this period...all others will have to wait til later for dealers availability...

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BMW has set the price of the S1000RR road bike at £10,950 in the UK for the standard model.

 

The S1000RR will also be available in a ‘Sport’ specification costing £12,235 OTR.

 

The eagerly anticipated addition to the supersport sector can be ordered from BMW dealers for delivery from mid-January 2010.

 

BMW says:

 

The S1000RR Sport version will be factory fitted with Sports ABS, Dynamic Traction Control and Gearshift Assist.

 

This offers customers a saving of £213 over the cost of a standard model with the three options purchased separately.

 

Although BMW has launched these two model specifications, a customer ordering an S1000RR will still have the facility to select any individual options they desire.

 

Bespoke motorcycles will then be assembled on the production line to the customer’s own specification.

 

This BMW option is unique to the supersport market sector.

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S1000 RR factory fitted options and prices:

 

Race ABS is £785

Race ABS + Dynamic Traction Control is £1,199*

Gear Shift Assist is £299*

Anti-theft Alarm is £172

BMW Motorrad Motorsport colour scheme is £390

 

*standard on S1000RR Sport

 

Ian Furse, BMW Motorrad National Sales Manager said, “In the UK, we have worked very hard to launch the S 1000 RR into the competitive supersport sector at a realistic and affordable price.

 

"Not only does the Standard model offer excellent value for money, we feel that with the introduction of the higher specification Sport variant, we can offer supersports customers a simple choice of specifications that will also significantly benefit the bike’s residual values.

 

“Simple and strong residuals will also enable BMW to offer affordable monthly purchasing plans via BMW Select Finance.

 

"These offers will be announced when the S1000RR reaches BMW Dealer showrooms on 5 December.

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