PART ONE: BASIC PRICES EXPLAINED
We have been receiving quite a bit of inquires about the differences in models and pricing for new Urals. Perhaps it has become a little tricky with the growing number of custom options we now offer. Let us clarify and simplify a bit. We hope this will help answer some of the questions.
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The Team at Ural
There are two models in our 2020 line up: Ural Ranger and Ural cT
The legendary URAL Ranger
MSRP: 14 000 Euro
The URAL cT
MSRP: 12 300 Euro
The principle difference between the two is cT is 1WD and Ranger is 2WD.
You can compare the technical specifications for cT and Ranger by clicking the button below.
Ranger standard colors: Slate grey, Burgundy, OD Green.
RANGER STANDARD ACCESSORIES INCLUDE:
– LED SIDECAR FOG LIGHTS
– SIDECAR POWER OUTLET
– SIDECAR TONNEAU COVER (CORDURA)
– JERRY CAN
– FOLDING UTILITY SHOVEL
– UNIVERSAL SPARE WHEEL – FITS ALL 3 POSITIONS
– SPARE TIRE LUGGAGE RACK
– ENDURO BENCH SEAT
– PASSENGER HANDLES + FOOTPEGS
cT standard colors: Slate grey, Burgundy, OD Green.
CT STANDARD ACCESSORIES INCLUDE:
– SIDECAR WINDSHIELD+APRON (VINYL)
– SIDECAR POWER OUTLET
– SIDECAR TONNEAU COVER (VINYL)
– 2/3 DELUXE SOLO RIDER SEAT
MSRP – is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price. MSRP excludes tax, license, registration, delivery, set-up, and dealer-installed options. Dealer prices may vary.
Shipping – there is a flat shipping fee, sometimes also called destination fee. All dealers have to pay this fee because we have to deliver bikes from the warehouse to each individual dealership. This fee is 600 Euro. Dealers can’t will call bikes from the warehouse, everyone have to pay 600 Euro (certain remote locations have extra destination charge, check with your local dealer). If you get your dealer to discount this fee – know that it comes out of their pocket.
Assembly (or sometimes called “Set Up”) charge – Ural comes in a crate with the sidecar detached to save space. Dealers receive these crates and must perform assembly and set up according to a specific check list. On average set up takes 6.5 hours. Usually it’s about a full day for a dealer to set up a Ural. Dealerships pay their mechanics to assemble bikes. This cost usually gets passed onto customers.
Other – there are taxes, registration, sometimes document and other dealer and country/province related fees. Each dealership and country/province are different. Please check with your local dealer.
Total price = MSRP + Shipping + Assembly + Options and accessories + Taxes + registration, documents or any other fees which are dealer and country/province specific