Pricing for the 2010 BMW S1000RR has been released in Italy and it's €140 cheaper than the 2009 Yamaha R1. €15,850 ($22,373) buys you a 193bhp road-going missile, but you'll need to add €950 for ABS, €1,250 for ABS + traction control, €370 for the quick-shifter and €220 for an alarm. If you want an S1000RR that looks halfway decent, the red, white and blue paint raises the price by a further €600. All that brings the price of a fully equipped S1000RR to €18,290 ($25,815). Luckily, BMW USA says we can expect to pay much less here in the land of the free and the home of the sub prime mortgage.
tricolor_s1000rr.jpgJust like in Europe, expect US S1000RR pricing to be competitive with
the Yamaha R1 and other Japanese liter bikes. Unofficially, BMW says
the price will be "under $14,000" putting it in the same ballpark as
the $12,390 R1. via Asphalt and Rubber

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