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KBB for bikes?

is there a guide for the price of used bikes like kbb?


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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-06-2005, 06:35 PM
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For anybody else that might have trouble finding it. Kelly Blue Book Motorcycle Values

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Forget KBB... NADA

All the dealers use NADA!




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Forget KBB... NADA

All the dealers use NADA!
Yea KBB is better for private sales while NADA is better when dealing with the dealers.

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KBB in my POV isn't worth anything. Their prices are always WAY higher than what you'll ever get out of a vechicle!




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your nada is more like nadless.....



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KBB in my POV isn't worth anything. Their prices are always WAY higher than what you'll ever get out of a vechicle!
That's my point. Show KBB to potential buyers.

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yeah but NADA is a more honest real assment of the value!




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KBB in my POV isn't worth anything. Their prices are always WAY higher than what you'll ever get out of a vechicle!
Not always. I sold my last car for about $1k over it's kelly blue book "private party" value. But KBB does tend to generally be a little high.

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Well that's my point. They tend or usually are high!

NADA is what the dealers use... and face it...the dealer set the market!




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NADA is what the dealers use... and face it...the dealer set the market!

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