You’re thinking of it as if a Canadian is buying a doo in the states; but in the US if you’re buying, a dollar is a dollar, much like when you buy in Canada. What I’m saying is if your income in the US is X you only need to spend say $13500 or whatever the number is in the US. Then in Canada your income is also X, but now to buy the same thing you’re spending $18,500. Only it’s friggen made in Canada.Have you considered a US dollar is worth like 30% more than a Canadian dollar?
Because there is more to cross border trade/sales with different dollars and values, tariffs, shipping yada yada than just OTD prices.Keep it simple stupid. Kiss.
How much does it cost otd in Us?
How much does it cost otd in Canada?
What are the costs to get the product to the USA?
How hard is that?
A book is not required. Wtf dude?
Dollar, 30%.Because there is more to cross border trade/sales with different dollars and values, tariffs, shipping yada yada than just OTD prices.
I don't think the battery tech is quite there yet for a cold weather machine. Can't imagine what your battery life would look like when you wake up to a -20 degree morning. I realize most people don't see temps like that, but I think you would be in the slim minority if you haven't rode in temps like that before at least once. 4 stroke makes more sense at this point IMO. Although I wouldn't be mad if they had something figured out to make it possible.All the pics Ive seen there is no exhaust deflector. In all honesty Id be down for an electric motor if it can go 75 mtn miles. To think of no overheating, no clutches, no fluids, less maintenance, instant power/torque. And people couldnt complain as much and take more riding areas away from us. That Tiaga isnt that heavy compared to a current cat full of fluids and stock can.
I can agree with that. This picture is clearer than the one I was looking at.