Whats a fair price?


23 replies to this topic
  • Chrome Speedo

Posted November 30, 2007 - 01:45 PM

#21

I just bought 15hr mint '07 for 4000 and have seen others advertised in that range.

  • todds924

Posted November 30, 2007 - 08:04 PM

#22

I just bought 15hr mint '07 for 4000 and have seen others advertised in that range.


That is a good deal. Enjoy the new bike!

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  • KillerHiller

Posted November 30, 2007 - 10:10 PM

#23

I picked up a sweet low hours 2006 YZ450SE with a PC revalve for $3500 about 3 weeks ago. It runs and handles great on the track, and is my new designated "Track Bike" and occasional desert mount now. I also have the full SM set up just for grins(Ebay). The power is intoxicating!!

My seller was asking $4300.

My 06 smokers are ready in the garage for single track.

The only bike I bought new in the last 2 years was my 06 YZ125 purchased May of 06 for $3200 OTD.

I'm starting to feel like I have a YZ museum in the garage, but as far as addictions go, this is a good one.

  • DPW

Posted December 01, 2007 - 09:17 AM

#24

scary to think a new 08 will only be worth 3500 in less than 2 years.....ridiculous:excuseme:


scary and a fact...I predict even lower then 3500 with the new '09 which will be lighter, corner better, FI, easier to ride, and BNG...

3500-3600 is a good price range, sold my clean '06 for $3600. I had it advertised at $4200(looked at KB thought was a good price) not one inquiry. I kept dropping the price every couple of weeks and nothing until I hit $3700 and had one inquiry and luckily he bought it. It is tough to sell a used 450, I dread it every couple of years.





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