New Ninja 636... $9999 MSRP?

Discussion in 'N2 Paddock Section' started by CBRtist, Mar 13, 2019.

  1. CBRtist

    CBRtist La Loca Staff Member

    I was looking into the 400, when I was told that they are blowing these out at that price (and will come down on MSRP). I'm looking for a new street bike, which may eventually turn a wheel on track. The lower seat height is appealing and it seems they perform well on and off the track.

    Opinions? Anything bad about them other than they look hideous? :sick:
     
  2. Otto Man

    Otto Man John Control Rider

    Tim (From the endurance team) just picked up the new 636. I think they look far better in person than they do online...that being said, isn't every bike ugly without race bodywork on it? :D Either way, it felt super comfortable when I sat on them at the dealer and I'd be right at home if I had one.
     
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  3. tdelegram

    tdelegram Well-Known Member

    The new models come with an electronics package that is on par or better then the r6 based on what I have read. Kawialso tried to keep the price sub 10kto have a meaningful cost difference between the 600 and 1000. The new model seem to be legit. I would shy away from last years model which is being discounted to current model price to move them.
     
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  4. DUG

    DUG Member

    Doooo it..!

    I've had about 5 ZX6Rs from about 2009 onward. Have generally flipped them for more cash and haven't had a lick of trouble out of any of em. This includes 2 track builds that I totally beat the PI$$ out of.

    And I have had two R6s mixed in with these. One 2016 and another 2018. Only differences- R6 will turn about 2% better on the limit, but the ZX6R has a bit more motor.

    Bottom line- Harry at Ridersville Cycle sells new ZX6Rs OTD for about $8300 + tax (NO FEES).
     

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