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I'd say 6k as is. Not sure how many are for sale in your area though. List it at 6700 or something
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3500 is way low of an estimate even this time of year and current economy.
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Gotta disagree and here's why:
The big picture is this - Very few banks (if any) are giving personal loans for a used sportbike purchase. So that means whoever buys this bike will have to pay cash. Now, I don't know too many people with 5or 6 thousand dollars cash sitting around that they plan on using to purchase a used sportbike. If they do have that kind of cash just laying around than they're probably a little smarter than the average Joe and wouldn't waste it on such a frivolous purchase.
So that means that the buyers market for this bike (and countless others) is very, very small. And that usually means the seller will get no where near what some Blue Book or NADA says its "worth". The seller can hold onto it forever or take a hit in the pocketbook and get rid of some old baggage. Simple as that.
5500 after its made stock and aftermarkets are sold out is my estimate still.
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