thats prolly like a 6500-7000 dollar bike brand new so prolly 4-5 like stated above, maybe less if the dude is hard up for cash. i hate buyin used atv's, well i never have but whoever got mine after i traded them got a rode hard put up wet pos when i got rid of them. only kept them a year and shined them up and traded them in. if the dealership only knew
The first thing I noticed was the snorkels. Take 1500 off the price there for the risk you are taking buying a mudder bike, (if engine needs rebuild will be in the $1000 range, plus bearings, brakes, and diff fluids you will most likely change soon after buying). My previous bikes (Honda's and Yamaha Grizzly) were mud bikes and these are all things that needed to be done regularly. I would say fair price in the $3500 range.
Bike doesn't seem to be mudded out like my other honda lol. He said the snorkles were safety precautions at the deer lease because they had a river crossing but everyone says that right. Either way it's actually really clean from what I can tell. My other honda is mudded out and no matter how much I wash you can tell it's been mudded out...
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