Rob Hancill

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Check the video review on the Merida E-ONESIXTY 900. This bike is a couple of year old but still offers a fantastic ride. Get the full details in the YouTube edit.
 
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Great review Rob.

Just as a point of interest, these Merida's were priced significantly cheaper than their competition here in Australia even before the runout sales.
 

Rob Hancill

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Great review Rob.

Just as a point of interest, these Merida's were priced significantly cheaper than their competition here in Australia even before the runout sales.
I just heard that. Seems the 900 is around £2950 (UK is £5200!!) which is incredible if true?
 
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What's up with the frame? At the front there seems to be a weld missing. Upper en lower tube are welded togetheron all the bikes I have seen.
 
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I just heard that. Seems the 900 is around £2950 (UK is £5200!!) which is incredible if true?
As Gordon has posted RRP is $6699 in AUD. we have a 10% sales tax, so that's $6,090 without tax.

In GBP, this would be equivalent of 3,280 before 20% VAT, and 3,936 including VAT.

Interestingly, the YT decoy is about $2000 cheaper in the UK than Australia. You win some, you lose some. Regional pricing sucks.
 
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The low Merida prices people talk of in Australia, makes me wonder why they even consider any other bike :)
What does a new Fox 36 grip2 fork cost down there? And a new Float X2 shock? Add the HX1501 wheels, and you are allready close to that 2900 price , in european part prices..
Or is it just the older lower spec meridas that are cheap, and not like the 900E ?
 
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Then you are extremly lucky! I bet those bikes even get looked abit down on in australia, just because they are so cheap there.
People in general often do that :)
About every second eBike I see is a Merida. Most of the others are Giants. There's a few Levos and a few Norcos but Merida is the bike of choice here.

Personally I think it's crazy for Merida to sell at such a high price in other places.

Gordon
 

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