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post #1 of 4 Old 04-19-2012, 10:53 AM Thread Starter
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what $ should i list my 08 vstrom 650 for?

gotta sell my 2008 vstrom dl650 ABS, 8507 miles.
flat matt black

runs great.

sw mototech crash guards
dl1000 seat
madstad windshield adjuster
hand guards
givi 46L topcase
side luggage mounts with moto-sport panniers(heavy canvas type of material not hard luggage)

just looking for opinions what i should list it for for a fair deal.

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For reference we bought a 09 abs from a dealer that had basically all the same stuff with something like 600 miles on it 2 years ago for 5600. I'm guessing somewhere from 4000-4500.

dl650k5 -fully farkled- 65k miles. Sold but not forgotten
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Sell the Madstad mount and luggage separately to make more money. Leave them on to get a quicker sale. List the seat as a tall seat off a 1000 so folks know what's special about it. How are the tires?...would it be worth it to put on some cheap Shinkos to sell better? Or adjust the price to reflect tires with limited life left in them.

Check local dealers and craigslist. Pricing is always local. The bike sounds like a great one.

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