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2003 Cbr600rr Price?

I'm looking to buy a 2003 CBR 600RR 5900 miles. Has a corbin seat, second look tank skin, fender eliminator, micron red carbon fiber slip on, painted rear tire hugger to match bike, gauges done by bluegauges.com

The guy is asking 6K!!!! Way too much for a used bike with this amout of mileage on it.

What would be a reasonable offer?

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NADA lists it from $4400 - $5800

I'd offer $5K and negotiate to someplace in the middle.




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NADA lists it from $4400 - $5800

I'd offer $5K and negotiate to someplace in the middle.

well I offered him 5k and he said no- he's firm on 6k. But he is waiting to see what the market has to offer.

I've seen deals on other forum sites for ranging from 5100-5500.

The mods are listed above, but like any bike the mods you put on doesn't always mean you'll get that money back.

Anyone see any killer deals on CBR's?


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If he wont deal. Walk away. He may not be able to sell any less or just not willing to take any loss.

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Yeah he's being a ass... he should deal with ya... work the offer!




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I disagree with y'all...99birdv6 has an '03 RR with less than 6000 miles on it and it is worth more than 6 K...Just because he won't give his bike away, doesn't make him an ass...y'all are out of line here...
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post #8 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-24-2006, 11:08 PM
 
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My local dealer has new 06' RR's for $7895. MSRP is $8999. For $5795, he has a new 04' Hornet or new 03' Superhawk. And he's always finding deals in the warehouse. So look around.
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i bought my first bike which was a 2003 600 RR for $5,500. cam with helmet and gloves had 3800miles on it and all papers and tool kit. very clean not one scratch on it.

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I was gonna put my 04 R6 w/ more mods and 17K miles up for 6.
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I was gonna put my 04 R6 w/ more mods and 17K miles up for 6.
getting a R1 or something else? Or one of those new pretty R6's?

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getting a R1 or something else? Or one of those new pretty R6's?
Maybe and maybe. Sticking w/ yAMAHA though. I might just refinance too.
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Maybe and maybe. Sticking w/ yAMAHA though. I might just refinance too.
yeah I like the yams, but I hope the price goes down on the R6 when I am ready to purchase my next ride. That's an awful lot to spend on a 6. Hell you can get a good deal on a liter for the same price as that 6.

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yeah I like the yams, but I hope the price goes down on the R6 when I am ready to purchase my next ride. That's an awful lot to spend on a 6. Hell you can get a good deal on a liter for the same price as that 6.
Yeah the new ones are like 9300-9500 or something out here in Vegas. The shop is selling a brand new '05 R1 for 10K. If it was me. and I could afford it, I'd be all over the R1. I'd give it a while. Some 06's will start popping up for sale used. the thing that i don't like is that you have to remove the shift linkage just to get the oil filter out. there's no other way to get it out either.
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i bought my first bike which was a 2003 600 RR for $5,500. cam with helmet and gloves had 3800miles on it and all papers and tool kit. very clean not one scratch on it.

till i got on it... but if you are getting it from a private seller, i am now a big advocate of getting it checked by a mechanic!!! Even if it costs a little bit, get it done, it may be worth it! Our 600 seemed in perfect condition but as my hubby was riding it it threw a rod and now we are having to replace the whole *%$#@^& *%$#@# effing engine...if we just fixed it we were looking at at least 2000.00 with all parts and labor, so instead we bought a new engine (1600.00) see other other thread in maint. section, should have it Thursday, dropping it in Friday!!! And EVERYONE says this shouldnt have happened to a bike this new, and that the first owner prob treated it like dog poo for this to occur...go figure...lesson learned...
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Yeah the new ones are like 9300-9500 or something out here in Vegas. The shop is selling a brand new '05 R1 for 10K. If it was me. and I could afford it, I'd be all over the R1. I'd give it a while. Some 06's will start popping up for sale used. the thing that i don't like is that you have to remove the shift linkage just to get the oil filter out. there's no other way to get it out either.

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till i got on it... but if you are getting it from a private seller, i am now a big advocate of getting it checked by a mechanic!!! Even if it costs a little bit, get it done, it may be worth it! Our 600 seemed in perfect condition but as my hubby was riding it it threw a rod and now we are having to replace the whole *%$#@^& *%$#@# effing engine...if we just fixed it we were looking at at least 2000.00 with all parts and labor, so instead we bought a new engine (1600.00) see other other thread in maint. section, should have it Thursday, dropping it in Friday!!! And EVERYONE says this shouldnt have happened to a bike this new, and that the first owner prob treated it like dog poo for this to occur...go figure...lesson learned...
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they had a 05 here for like 7999 used...:ripoff:



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I'm looking to buy a 2003 CBR 600RR 5900 miles. Has a corbin seat, second look tank skin, fender eliminator, micron red carbon fiber slip on, painted rear tire hugger to match bike, gauges done by bluegauges.com

The guy is asking 6K!!!! Way too much for a used bike with this amout of mileage on it.

What would be a reasonable offer?

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Keeping lookinng...maybe this dood will call you if he doesn't get any offers. Chances are someone will give him what he wants.



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