Every dealer makes his cut when selling a bike and so he should. But as it is with the new CRF250L the prices vary and it seems up to the individual dealer to set the final sales price. I'm wondering what his cut is - invoice plus 10%? 20%? More? I'm asking because I spotted a whole bunch of unsold Nouvo 135 at the local Yamaha dealer. Several 2008 models, same with 2009, 2010 and 2011. The sales girls of course tell me the '08 model is "one year old" - maybe they are looking for less informed buyers who like the old colors. But I'm not paying the same for a bike with four year old tires, carburator and battery. I want to talk to a manager and lowball him; he should be very happy to get one of his '08 models off the showroom floor. This works in the West but I'm not sure Thai dealers are savvy enough. That begs the question: what happens if they don't sell the bikes? Will they sit there for another five years? So if a new Nouvo is let's say 60K what would be his margin?