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  • Offline 3alfa3   hr

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    Re: 2022 vs 2023
    Reply #10 on: Sep 14, 2022, 03.43 pm
    Sep 14, 2022, 03.43 pm
    me neither, in fact, i am certain Z900 is not on that list  :001:

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    Re: 2022 vs 2023
    Reply #11 on: Sep 16, 2022, 04.00 am
    Sep 16, 2022, 04.00 am
    My 2 cents: Get the 2022 unless you must have the new color. 

    In my case, I bought a new 2020 in 2021 because I didn't care for the 2021 colors, and didn't want to wait for new stock.  It seems like its only getting harder to get bikes as dealers around me are very lean on new motorcycles and are very non-committal as to when they can get stock.  :012:

    Good luck, regardless you'll love the new Z regardless of color or year!  :002:

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    Re: 2022 vs 2023
    Reply #12 on: Sep 16, 2022, 08.09 am
    Sep 16, 2022, 08.09 am
    *Originally Posted by Cazzy_R [+]
    I'm not very hopeful that a new Z900 is amongst them.  :006:
    Upon reflection, you're likely correct. In which case a MY21 or MY22 at a runout deal price would be a good choice, if the MY23 is going to be exactly the same machine with different lipstick.

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    Re: 2022 vs 2023
    Reply #13 on: Sep 16, 2022, 02.24 pm
    Sep 16, 2022, 02.24 pm
    *Originally Posted by KellyL [+]
    Upon reflection, you're likely correct. In which case a MY21 or MY22 at a runout deal price would be a good choice, if the MY23 is going to be exactly the same machine with different lipstick.

    Gen 1 + Gen 2 were the same way.....
    Same machine just a couple "upgrades" that do you really need? (modes- learn to use wrist control), a 1/2 a$$ed app that people complain about and the price went up.
    Keep adding more goodies to these entry level machines and pretty soon they are top $$$, can buy a better one like bottom barrel BMW and mod that up.  :001:

    2019 is still good for me at the moment  :028:
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    Re: 2022 vs 2023
    Reply #14 on: Sep 21, 2022, 07.14 pm
    Sep 21, 2022, 07.14 pm
    *Originally Posted by 3alfa3 [+]
    me neither, in fact, i am certain Z900 is not on that list  :001:

    I hoping a Versys 400 and ZX4R are in that list.  The ZX4R was the corner carver I wanted 15 years ago, not sure if my back would like it today though.
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    Re: 2022 vs 2023
    Reply #15 on: Sep 21, 2022, 07.31 pm
    Sep 21, 2022, 07.31 pm
    Personally I'd wait for the '23 models to get that gorgeous black and matte gray model with forest green wheels. 

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    Re: 2022 vs 2023
    Reply #16 on: Oct 04, 2022, 02.14 pm
    Oct 04, 2022, 02.14 pm
    *Originally Posted by 3alfa3 [+]


    Looks like they updated the 650, but nothing too interesting.

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