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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-20-2015, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
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Hi guys, I don't spend a lot of time on the forum and have been out of touch with the bike market since I bought this one new roughly a year and a half ago so I'd like to ask for you guys help in determining an asking price for if I decide to sell. The bike is a '14 XC Titanium with 3600 miles. It's mechanically and cosmetically flawless. Extras include 23" front with 6.5 over rake, hmd gorilla bars, skyth mirrors, 2" lowered rear, 6.5" speakers with 300 watt amp and bluetooth receiver, quick release backrest, and bassani exhaust. I'm not looking for offers in this thread. If I decide to sell I'll post it up in the appropriate section. Thanks in advance.




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A guy here in ohio had a similiar setup on craigslist and originally had it priced at 30k. The price was dropped 1k ever 2 weeks or so until it hit 25k. I'm assuming the bike sold around that 25k because the ad was taken down. Not sure if this will help or not. Just my $.02
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I bought my Magnum New for $19.500 so I would say less than that at least.

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I bought my Magnum New for $19.500 so I would say less than that at least.
I agree.... The Magnum has hurt the resale value of big wheel modded bikes. It is a 23" versus a 21", but the custom paint, stereo, and painted dash and chin make it a wash value wise (IMHO). Be patient and wait for the right buyer if you want top dollar. Don't expect to get near what you have in it though (I don't plan on selling mine any time soon for this very reason.
High teens is my best guess. Going into off season doesn't help.



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The Magnum has definitely hurt the market a little... However Magnum's all look the same and yours is unique (relatively). I would say it will bring around 23g. People want a 23" way more than a 21".
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A lot of it can depend on the area you live in if you are trying to sell locally.

If you broaden your area of selling, like in the lower 48, and offer to split the shipping costs you might find you can get more. Maybe much more.

I would guestimate $21k but remember; we are going into Winter now. In the Spring you might be able to get $23k. A lot depends on the economy too. Watch what happens with the oil industry. Much of our economy revolves around it.

Start higher though; like at least $25k. Never know; you might have exactly what someone wants and just got a windfall. It happens.
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According to NADA, it's worth between $12k and $16k before the front end. I would bet that you won't get over $20k. More like $17k to $18 to the right person. You can buy that bike new for about $15k right now. And adding parts to them rarely returns all the investment. I strip mine back to stock before selling and sell add ons separate. It's the most bang for the buck in my experience. I just went through this last week. Most people just want the whole thing gone when it comes time to sell, which is the easiest.
That is a very nice looking scoot you have.
Good luck with the sale!
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I know the offseason and the emergence of the Magnum won't help but I'm in no rush. To tell you the truth though I don't really see the Magnums as being much competition with just a 21", no rake, and those Hot Wheels paint jobs. So I agree, the right buyer will share my viewpoint. I think I will go ahead and post it up in the for sell section. Thanks again for the input guys.

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You gotta remember just cuz you modded it the way you like doesn''t mean that's what the next guy wants. Add-ons, mod's and personalization does not add any value to your bike. I'll gladly give you a buck. Seriously though, your personalizations add NO VALUE

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That's a damn good looking bike! 👍


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