Plus no dealer freight, dealer prep, and other fees that you pay for buying the bike new from the dealer. If I remember correctly I think I was just over 14k otd last July when I bought my evo. It seems pretty reasonable to me. Plus 1st service is done.That's about $1500 off MSRP or roughly 12%. That's about in line with car depreciation depending on the model. It really depends on whether or not you can get a new one under MSRP (closer to invoice). If not, it's a good deal. If you can get one for closer to invoice, then not, it's not great. Not bad, but not great.
I paid $11,250 plus sales taxes and freight for the same bike brand new in August. Factor in the rip off 600 mile service fee (did that myself) and it is a decent deal. I would question the seller about how the bike has been ridden so far since it is still being broken in. If you buy it, put a 14 tooth front sprocket on it before you do anything else. I just put a LeoVince Factory R Evo II slip on in CF on mine. Will see how that works out. Looks good though!Is ita good deal? For sale locally for $10,500 for a black '12 1100 evo with solo cowl and 1000 miles.
Hard to say as there doesn't appear to be a lot of used 1100EVOs around right now. Cycle Trader had just one - a red stocker with a few more miles that a NH dealer is selling for $10k. That definitely sounds like a deal compared to the $10,225 my local dealer wants for an '09 standard model with nearly 5K miles that looks stock except for Termi slipons.Is ita good deal? For sale locally for $10,500 for a black '12 1100 evo with solo cowl and 1000 miles.