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Starting prices for all three Kodiak 700 models:

  • 2016 Yamaha Kodiak EPS SE MSRP: $8,899
  • 2016 Yamaha Kodiak EPS MSRP: $8,199
  • 2016 Yamaha Kodiak 700MSRP: $6,999
 

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Best prices to buy Out the Door ..Yamaha dealer is Track and Trail , State College, PA great service Also ...nobody can touch their prices !!
 

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They.. ( Always ).. beat MSRP price . they sell Yamaha Honda Suzuki Kawasak...!.. Look them up ...they're Great when it comes to beating other Dealerships pricing !!
 

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They.. ( Always ).. beat MSRP price . they sell Yamaha Honda Suzuki Kawasak...!.. Look them up ...they're Great when it comes to beating other Dealerships pricing !!
At least they see the value in creating that return customer for the long haul rather than just one win all at once.

Thanks for mentioning them.
 

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I mean I don't anticipate going all the way to PA from Canada to buy my Kodiak, but its good to know that good dealers are out there. It will give me something to compare the others to.
 

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Only way I see a local dealer of yours willing to bargain is if it's local, usually that's the way it works with just about anything big like this, even smaller unrelated things
 

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If you want to save a bit of money on a new Kodiak 700 you may want to pay a visit to Costco if you can't find any good deals. They're having a $300 off sale and it includes the Kodiak series, not sure if the 700 is included in the sale but it doesn't hurt to check.
 

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I hear that Costco sells a number of different vehicles and you get a bit of a discount. Definitely worth checking out.
 

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Yup, they have a range of cars, motorcycles and other power sports vehicles. I just found out that Costco Members saves an extra $300.00 on the purchase of any new Yamaha 4X4 ATV and this includes the Kodiak 700.
 

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That's a smart move from Costco, while that's a good amount to save that cuts into their profit, it sure helps them with overall customer loyalty to pick up for that loss elsewhere.
 

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They will probably make that back with your membership and any extras you decide to purchase from them for your Kodiak.
Exactly.

I even see it with a lot of people I know that go to Costco, a lot rave about it and are loyal customers. That in itself pays big time for Costco.
 

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The only issue is that you can't bargain for more after the $300 discount. If you can bring the costco price after the reduction to your local dealership maybe you can try price matching or getting a bit more off your Kodiak.
 

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Now that the colder season is almost here, dealerships may lower the price because less ATV units are sold during this time. Buyers may be able to get the Kodiak 700 at a lower price than before.
 

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Now that the colder season is almost here, dealerships may lower the price because less ATV units are sold during this time. Buyers may be able to get the Kodiak 700 at a lower price than before.
It actually might be smart to not do that at all, instead wait till they ask for a deal. Especially as there still are going to be those that need something for the winter months and then those that park up for those months.
 

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I bought my Kodiak at a dealership, gave them my Costco card number and they took the $300 off the price. I also got to barter for the price with a warn winch and hand warmers installed. I'm in Canada so there is not a lot of wiggle room with the state of the Canadian Dollar compared to the US dollar. If I was an American living in a northern state I would come up to Canada to buy. Just the conversion of the dollar you save a lot! The only difference between the machines is the ones sold in Canada have reflectors put on them. I paid $10,300 Canadian for a 2016 Kodiak SE with a Warn Winch and Hand Warmers. Plus Tax of course. However that's only $7800 US after exchange.
 
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