Those are the prices the CA dealer quoted me. And yes he said the yellow icon is $100 more.USA MSRP:
I've read that the yellow Icon is $100 more than red one in the US, but not every source says that, so I'm not sure. I'm getting yellow, and if it's $100 more, I don't care.
Cos it's the best!The yellow Icons in the UK are £100 more than the red ones
I payed 8.760€ for my Red Icon including documentation (that's about 250€)In Portugal the Yellow Icon is 9366,61 dollars and the Red Icon is 9260,90.
That's a good point. If the other countries are quoted with tax included, that does close the gap a bit. Taxes in the US vary by state, then by county, then by city. But for my state, county, city (7.125% sales tax), here is the MSRP of each:The U.S. Prices never include taxes. Generally in the euro zone the mrsp includes them.
Really? that's awesome! lucky you hehe. How does it perform?I payed 8.760€ for my Red Icon including documentation (that's about 250€)
They even gave me the Ducati Alarm
Is it AUD or USD? And I wonder if you have made in Thailand or made in Italy version in Australia. I saw quite a few Ducati in Brisbane when I was there a few years ago.Australian prices,
- Scrambler Icon (Ducati Red) $12,990 (+ORC).
- Scrambler Icon (’62 Yellow) $13,140 (+ORC).
- Scrambler Urban Enduro $14,990 (+ORC).
- Scrambler Classic $14,990 (+ORC).
- Scrambler Full Throttle $14,990 (+ORC).
Add about $1500 per bike for on road costs, Dealer Delivery approximately $500, Registration and Government fees approximately $1,000.
It's a toy when coming from the multistrada.. I'm now with +500km and waiting for getting the 1000 go service her and get the termiReally? that's awesome! lucky you hehe. How does it perform?