Bonneville 2020 Vs 2022

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  1. BonnieRiderPT

    BonnieRiderPT New Member

    Jun 22, 2022
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    Hi all,

    8 Weeks had passed since i ordered my Bonneville T100 and no signs of her yet. Meanwhile, my dealer has a used T100 of 2020 with 7500km. My questions are:

    1. Is it worth the 3.000 € of diference to the new one?
    2. Will -10hp make a huge diference?
    3. Since i can have the used one right now, is it a good deal?
    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Samsgrandad

    Samsgrandad Senior Member

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    It depends on the condition of the 2020 bike.If it is in good condition and has been serviced properly, looked after and looks as good as the new one I would be tempted to go for that one and use the money saved for some extras.
     
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  3. BonnieRiderPT

    BonnieRiderPT New Member

    Jun 22, 2022
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    #3 BonnieRiderPT, Jul 29, 2022
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2022
    Agree 100% The bike is spotless and well keeped. Will go for it!
     
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  4. nickjaxe

    nickjaxe Member

    Sep 2, 2020
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    I would prefer the 2020....gone backwards with the 2022 range I think.

    If I was after a brand new T100 now....I would not want one....black wheel.....fully welded exhaust.....not able to fit an X -Pipe if req.
     
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  5. BonnieRiderPT

    BonnieRiderPT New Member

    Jun 22, 2022
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    Hi,

    Thanks for your advices. Went for it and here she is! Love it. Only 90kms until now, but is a lovely and wonderful bike!

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  6. nickjaxe

    nickjaxe Member

    Sep 2, 2020
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    Exactly the same as my 2020 T100....cannot see me ever wanting to change it..

    Enjoy and stay safe.
     
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  7. tim scott

    tim scott Well-Known Member
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    Congrats on the correct choice - a saving is a saving especially with the world the way it is :)
    The clocks on the latest T's are too busy for m, I prefer the simplicity of the earlier models.

    I look forward to hearing more of your exploits & an honest review of those safety loafers :joy:

    Stay safe & welcome to the family TS
     
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  8. BonnieRiderPT

    BonnieRiderPT New Member

    Jun 22, 2022
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    Thanks! They are delicious to look at and to ride!
     
  9. BonnieRiderPT

    BonnieRiderPT New Member

    Jun 22, 2022
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    Thanks!

    The first few kilometers have been so nice (even without scenic routes until now).

    Regarding the loafers (actually they are double monks :laughing: ) they are specially prepared to ride a Bonnie o_O
     
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  10. learningtofly

    learningtofly He’s not the Messiah, he’s a very naughty boy!
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    Sep 25, 2018
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    Lovely bike, but PLEASE get some boots to protect your ankles!
     
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  11. BonnieRiderPT

    BonnieRiderPT New Member

    Jun 22, 2022
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    Thanks! Will get the boots!
     
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