Value of a 2000 426 YZF ????



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  • Galiger

Posted March 03, 2002 - 07:56 PM

#1

I'm looking at a 426 and need to know the value of this bike. Its a stocker that has only less than 30 minutes run time. Its been in storage all this time. This has to be seen when I look at it Wednesday. But if this is remotley true, what would a low hours YZF be worth ?

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  • huskyrider

Posted March 04, 2002 - 03:54 AM

#2

Galiger,
From what I've seen in our local market it would be anywhere from a low of 3500 to 3800 and a high of around 4500 to 5000.
Of course as with any used vehicle sale, it would be either the minimum the seller will accept, or the maximum you will pay.
When I go to purchase a used bike or car, I read the local auto/cycle trader and classified ads for comparable models, then I pick a max price I'm willing to pay.
Good Luck, if you buy it your sure to love it as these are nice bukes.

  • acarter920

Posted March 04, 2002 - 06:35 AM

#3

Originally posted by Galiger:
I'm looking at a 426 and need to know the value of this bike. Its a stocker that has only less than 30 minutes run time. Its been in storage all this time. This has to be seen when I look at it Wednesday. But if this is remotley true, what would a low hours YZF be worth ?


Hey, if that deal you are looking at falls through, then i have a 00' Yz426 i am selling. Has about 30 hours total on it. Starts right up and runs great. Has a few extras, but mostly stock. Very nice bike. Asking $4000... I am down by Toledo, Ohio.





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