Prices for the IF range

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Re: Prices for the IF range

Post by BikeRat on Wed Jun 04, 2008 10:55 pm

Thats way to pricey to be competitive as there are a number of top quality folders at a fraction of that cost. I could buy 2 bike friday tikits and a dahon for the cost of one IF Mode. Others may just want to take that money and buy a vespa. ;) . Anyways, if they don't find a way to lower costs, it could be disasterous.

Re: Prices for the IF range

Post by drteeth on Fri May 16, 2008 4:14 pm

$2800 for the IF Mode seems about 3x too much.

Re: Prices for the IF range

Post by Binch Shin on Mon Apr 14, 2008 11:50 am

The retail price of IF-Mode seems quite high for a poor rider like me :o

This legend strikes my head :shock:
Oh guy.. be patient.. keep calm..

Prices for the IF range

Post by Garry on Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:03 am

Here is the official response from Pacific Cycles on the pricing of the IF range. Considering how low the US Dollar is now, these aren't too bad :D

Personally I'd pay almost anything to get hold of an IF Mode :mrgreen: but let's hope the final price is as low as possible to encourage mass market sales!

The final price of IF range is yet finalized. My personal guess is the IF
Reach and IF Cross are about USD 1600 and the IF Mode about USD 2800 to
3000.

We will announce the MSRP when these bikes are ready to ship.

Best regards,

Max Yeh
Pacific Cycles, Inc.
Tel +886-3-4861231 #227
Fax +886-3-4861215
max@pacific-cycles.com

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