Don't know if I'd consider that a mistake. I'd love it if my wife wanted to ride, and even better if she wanted her own bike. That was the -only- good thing about my first wife , she was a good rider and a good riding partner...Well, I made the mistake of taking my wife to the Ducati dealer and she likes the Hyperstrada...
You can go on the Ducati website, and use their "Compare bikes" feature.We are looking at a 2016 and a leftover 2014, any real difference that I need to know about and is either one a better deal?
We did talk to Harrison, but he lowballed my wife on her Pristine 2008 CBR600RR with 5k miles...:frown2: That said, we are also talking to ACE Motorsports in Concord, that's where the 2014 is at a much better price... We shall see.Whichever one you decide... Do it. Harrison and the guys at A&S will take care of you. I like that Monster 1200R that's sitting in there right now.
I've dealt with both A&S and Ace (Augie), but have to admit... GoodTimes has been the dealer with the most agreeable prices of late (two of my friends bought their last Ducatis from GoodTimes because of this).We did talk to Harrison, but he lowballed my wife on her Pristine 2008 CBR600RR with 5k miles...:frown2: That said, we are also talking to ACE Motorsports in Concord, that's where the 2014 is at a much better price... We shall see.
When I bought my 2015 MTS1200, I went to Harrison first and could not make a deal... No trade and Cash in hand... I then tried ACE, same deal, finally went to GoodTimes and Stole it for $20,250 OTD (2015 MTS-Touring)