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Located in Denver, CO. This is a great sport bike. Unfortunately, college funding is forcing me to sell the bike. This bike can be a great learning bike or for the more experienced rider, a great canyon dancer. Tames even the meanest of twisties. Has very USER FRIENDLY power. If/When you take the bike to a track day, rest assured that this bike WILL lean aggressively (In fact there are many track records held by the SV650s)! Edit: Registered...

Color: Metallic Ruby Red
COMES WITH LO/JACK
1300 miles
STILL UNDER FULL WARRANTY
Absolutely MINT condition

Paid $8500+ Asking $5299...honestly a steal

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No...with Lo/Jack, service plan, GAP, etc...I paid that much.
Here's a tip from somebody who sold motorcycles for a living: everything, EVERYTHING they try to sell you in the Finance office is a BAD DEAL. GAP, Road Hazard, Credit Life, all of it is super high-profit gravy for the dealer. It's where the Finance people make the real money. LoJack is worth: Jack. It only works AFTER the bike is stolen and that's when you don't want it back. Get a cable lock and an alarm next time.

Nice bike though. It's on NADA for $5110, so your price is reasonable.
 

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Heh heh.

Here's a tip from somebody who sold motorcycles for a living: everything, EVERYTHING they try to sell you in the Finance office is a BAD DEAL. GAP, Road Hazard, Credit Life, all of it is super high-profit gravy for the dealer. It's where the Finance people make the real money. LoJack is worth: Jack. It only works AFTER the bike is stolen and that's when you don't want it back. Get a cable lock and an alarm next time.

Nice bike though. It's on NADA for $5110, so your price is reasonable.
Service plan. Heh heh. They do catch a new fish every day, don't they?
 

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If the bike was un registered, meaning no plates, how'd you put 1300 miles on it? In Washington the dealer registers the bike. In a private sale by law both buyer and seller have 7 days to report the sale to the DMV and transfer title....

Not adding up there my friend...

I like the "prepaid oil change" plans myself... 5 oil changes for $100.00, your bike will be in the shop for a week at a time, they'll put the cheapest sh*t they can find in there and still charge you a "disposal fee"...
 
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