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Hey everyone. Picking up TWO groms this week for my girlfriend and I. I was wondering what you all have paid OTD. I live in Oregon.
OTD price and Bike+Destination charge would be good to know since registration charges varies state to state.

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Hey everyone. Picking up TWO groms this week for my girlfriend and I. I was wondering what you all have paid OTD. I live in Oregon.
OTD price and Bike+Destination charge would be good to know since registration charges varies state to state.

Thanks everyone!
2015 Grom bought Dec 1st, 2015 as a leftover (they still had 4 on the floor). $3,000, $50.00 doc fee, no destination charge, tax at 7.63% = $228.90. Total was $3,278.90.

Registration fees were $90.00

No sales tax in Oregon, right?

Unless Groms are REALLY popular where you live, you shouldn't be charged any destination charge if you're buying 2015 models. At this point they're leftover's since the 2016s will be out soon. As soon as the 2016s hit the showrooms the 2015s will lose resale value by maybe $300-$400 or so.

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if you pay more than 3000-3500 you are getting ripped off
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Ended up walking out the door for $3330 all fees and licensing included.
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Ended up walking out the door for $3330 all fees and licensing included.
That's a good price. Enjoy!

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if you pay more than 3000-3500 you are getting ripped off
when we started, people would have killed for 3500 otd

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when we started, people would have killed for 3500 otd
Early Adopters on new products always take a hit on pricing, and on re-sale later....

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$3267.76 OTD Western Honda Scottsdale AZ. Leftover 2015. This is LESS than I paid OTD for a new '08 Yamaha Vino 125 back in 2008 from a ripoff dealer, and I believe the Grom to be a better bike. I have found that the best way to get a good deal on any bike (if a good deal is available, does not include Harleys and most European brands) is to call the dealer, and ask to speak to the sales MANAGER. Not a sales person. They have no authority to make deals. Tell the sales manager that you are willing to put down a credit or debit card deposit RIGHT NOW, IF the numbers come up right. DO NOT go in so they can play games. Make the deal on the phone. If you reach an agreement, ask for the OTD price to be emailed to you. Inform them that you will be paying with a cashiers check, so you need the exact amount. What this does is to prevent them from trying to raise the price, or add on such BS as extended warranties and service agreements. Once you get the email, you have the deal in writing from the sales manager. Send them the deposit over the phone with a card. Go get a cashiers check in the exact amount. Go get your new bike. I have done it this way five times, and it saved me thousands.
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Grom: $3,099
Set-Up: $100
Doc: $100
MS Trama Care Sys: $50
Tax: $251.23
TOTAL: $3,600.23

* I added the Honda Factory 4 year Extended, for 5 years in total, warranty: add an additional $650 to total $4,250.23
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I bought two and paid $3,400 OTD each:

Base - $3,063
Setup - $2
Doc Fee - $99
Subtotal - $3,164
State Tax - $190
Title - $15
Plate - $31
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