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2014 CB500X ABS Boise ID $6000 9k miles
« on: March 26, 2019, 03:18:10 AM »
2014 Honda CB500XAE Adventure Bike with ABS Brakes
Serious Buyers Only
Low Maintenance, Dependable
Givi Handguards
Givi Hard Side Case
Top Mount Luggage and Mounting Brackets
Givi Tall Windscreen Windshield
Red Shorty Adjustable Reach Clutch and Brake Levers
Waterproof Bike Cover
Brand New Rear Tire
70mpg! High Capacity Fuel Tank for long adventure rides
Lightweight comfortable easy ride, great for short rides or long highway miles
Offroad capable, ABS Brakes Provide Safe Smooth Braking
No dealer prep, paperwork, or destination fees
Original female owner, title in hand, it's ready to ride!

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Re: 2014 CB500X ABS Boise ID $6000 9k miles
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2019, 06:14:30 PM »
Not trying to be mean or rude but you want to rethink this....
I paid $ 4750.00 for my 2014 brand new with zero miles in 2015.
By the time someone pays taxes and registration on your bike it will be almost the same as the MSRP for a brand new 2019 !
Again not being evil just trying to show you what reality is.
PS sell all the accessories by them selves, you'll get more.

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Re: 2014 CB500X ABS Boise ID $6000 9k miles
« Reply #2 on: May 05, 2019, 11:05:39 PM »
I hate to pile on, but last October I bought my '14 non-ABS with 2100 miles with all the same stuff yours has plus Givi Engine bars, plus two new Avon Trailriders wrapped in plastic that I just put on (5K miles later), plus a Sena intercom, plus a Healtech gear position indicator for about $4100.

About a month later, my son decided he wanted one too and bought one with 3000 miles and not so much extra for $3000.

Yours looks really nice, but if you do a search for similar bikes for sale around the country and see how long they have been on the market, you'll find you're about $2K overpriced.  Just saying...  Good Luck!

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