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    Pricing for the 1000s

    What do you think the price is going to be for the 1000 and 1000/5?

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Dealer told me starting around $14k. Anxious to see final pricing, especially on the EPS models.
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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Starting prices will be at $14K according to this, full details of per model pricing in July:

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    14k,woww,I hope it has the gearing,torque,and hp numbers to justify the price if so...If it is a slug,weak then there will be a glut of them left on the sales floor...

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Quote Originally Posted by Deeperinthabush View Post
    14k,woww,I hope it has the gearing,torque,and hp numbers to justify the price if so...If it is a slug,weak then there will be a glut of them left on the sales floor...

    Starting at $14k, while it's a boat load of coin, seems right on for pricing. A Yamaha Viking 700 starts at $12,800. Arctic Cat prowler 1000's start at $14,999. Can Am Commander 1000 with only seating for 2 starts at $14,500. Honda is offering a 1000cc engine.

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Thanks for the screenshot Jackal! That's not a bad price at all. I think it's certainly offers enough to be competitive with the other manufacturers. I was hoping the 1000/5 would be somewhere around $15,000.

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Quote Originally Posted by dascrow View Post
    Thanks for the screenshot Jackal! That's not a bad price at all. I think it's certainly offers enough to be competitive with the other manufacturers. I was hoping the 1000/5 would be somewhere around $15,000.
    Not a problem, the $14K starting price lines up with the Ranger XP 900 base model @ $13,499 so go figure I thought that would be the closest comparison. I am purely guessing but I a thinking the 1000-5 will likely be $16 K and the 1000-5 Deluxe at 18K. Now give the aggressive pricing from some dealers like Abernathy's in TN if a person could wait until the annual Honda Spring event (usually 3rd week of April) a person would likely be able to buy for right around 90-93% of the MSRP( $13,999 MSRP = $13000 OTD price) based upon their historical discounts on Honda SxS.

    I have a 2012 RZR 800 limited I bought for around 11K new by the time I got done equipping it: adding doors / UHMW skids/ tires wheels / roll cage ex./ bumper / winch/ etc. I have 18K in it just to safely trail ride in rocky terrain.

    That being said from the looks of the 1000-5 Deluxe all I need is full UHMW skids, Roof, Winch an one would be comparably setup except with a 1000 model that can seat five not just two. Honda has been/is very competitive when you look at market offerings as a whole. Although a 14K starting price sounds high to Honda loyalist look at bigger picture of pricing models of all the competition and one should realize Honda is spot on with the competition while offering features an tech new to the SxS field of offerings.
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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    That price point would be great! I thought I heard somewhere from Honda that it would have class leading power. So my guess is it would be about 75 hp or so.

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Quote Originally Posted by 4Nines View Post
    That price point would be great! I thought I heard somewhere from Honda that it would have class leading power. So my guess is it would be about 75 hp or so.
    One could only hope that Honda stepped up to the plate properly,and made this 1000cc engine put out 90-100 ponies to get it inline with other 1000cc engines output,but we all know Honda typically goes very conservative with the hp output of their engines...Which are great platforms to build if you have the knowledge,tools,and dinero you can often almost double the hp output of any Honda 4 stroke engine,and it remain fairly reliable with adequate cooling upgrades...Alas it is too bad my pockets are no longer deep enough to buy one of these,and tear into the engine to see what it is capable of as it might be fun..

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Quote Originally Posted by Deeperinthabush View Post
    One could only hope that Honda stepped up to the plate properly,and made this 1000cc engine put out 90-100 ponies to get it inline with other 1000cc engines output,but we all know Honda typically goes very conservative with the hp output of their engines...Which are great platforms to build if you have the knowledge,tools,and dinero you can often almost double the hp output of any Honda 4 stroke engine,and it remain fairly reliable with adequate cooling upgrades...Alas it is too bad my pockets are no longer deep enough to buy one of these,and tear into the engine to see what it is capable of as it might be fun..
    I suspect some ingenious soul will figure out how to use parts from the Honda Africa Twin same 999cc mill stated to be 110 HP and using the fuel injection -throttle body / head / piston / cylinder / with proper programming and get 100HP out of one but without spending 7K on 6"+ long travel suspension it wouldn't be worth it.
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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Any update on pricing yet?

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    MSRP has been released on their website, dealers should have pricing by now. first models to hit show floors estimated october.



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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Out the Door 1000-5 Deluxe with a 4 year warranty (1+3extra) $18,039.

    I could have saved 3-400 bucks had I been more patient, but I wanted the first one on the block.

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    MSRP
    Pioneer 1000 w/o Power Steering - $13,999
    Pioneer 1000 EPS - $15,199
    Pioneer 1000-5 - $16,199
    Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe - $17,199

    + $750 destination

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    Do they really need to charge the destination fee? My dealer wants 800 on top of MSRP I think MSRP with a 10% discount on accessories for 1 year would be nice.

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    Re: Pricing for the 1000s

    OK here is what I ended up paying for a 2016 Camo Pioneer 1000-5 deluxe. $17,500 out the door includes Processing,ORV tag and Oregon Title. Extended Protection Plan $600. 10% discount on Honda Accessories for 1 year. Local dealer Track and Tread was great to work with, machine should be here before Christmas.
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