No sales tax on anything, or is that just on motor vehicles?... how does the state of Oregon generate its revenue?In Oregon there is no sales tax. I look forward to that when I do get me new bike.
They only have sales tax at restaurants and hotels. It was the same way when I lived in NH for a bit. I am not sure but I also think NJ is tax free. Also I am pretty sure there is not even income tax in Florida.No sales tax on anything, or is that just on motor vehicles?... how does the state of Oregon generate its revenue?
What do they charge for a motorcycle registration & tag per year?
manilalite - Did you get a quote from LACycleSports? I've also in the LA area and was looking at LACycleSports since I've heard they're willing to negotiate on the dealer fees.LACYCLESPORTS finally have the cb300f in the showroom. i went in and sat on it. I love it. They had a cbr250r repsol for about $4800 OTD. Tempting but I think I'll hold out for the Cb300f. Like I said I could wait and wait. If they could bring the OTD to about $5100, I'm in. Cash
jennymrose - I just asked for a ballpark figure and it was around $5500. He gave an otd on a 2013 cbr250 repsol for $4800. That was tempting but I really want a naked bike. I'm looking for the same $5000 otd cash but I could wait. I'm just not good in negotiating or even asking but i do have the cash to buy anytime. Good luck on your search.manilalite - Did you get a quote from LACycleSports? I've also in the LA area and was looking at LACycleSports since I've heard they're willing to negotiate on the dealer fees.
$5100 OTD would be just under $700 in dealer fees, right? (using $4000 MSRP and $408 CA registration fees & tax) The two dealers I've reached out to are asking $5400-5700 OTD. I would have bought this past weekend if I could have found a cb300f for $5000 OTD (cash), but it seems like I'll have to do a more shopping around, negotiating, and possibly driving further or just waiting for more dealers to have these in stock.