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    Quote Originally Posted by davidc83 View Post
    NADA has low retail for base, 2013 NC700X at $3255...
    Retail and market value are often significantly different. The Harley Street Glide I just sold was a good example. I had 2 guys text me at darn near the same time about 2 days after I listed it on Craigslist. I had just gave $15,500 for it a few months before, and listed it for $16k obo to hopefully get that back out of it for a quick sale to pick up an NC. I was texting back and forth with both guys at the same time answering questions. One guy asked all sorts of stuff, asked me to send extra detailed pics, etc, I thought for sure he was gonna buy it. He said "how much bottom dollar cash today?" I simply said I'd really like to stay around $15,500 on it, and after all that he said "that's above retail value, thanks for your time". All I said was "LOL ok, good luck...." and never heard back. Meanwhile the other guy asked if he could come get it the following Wednesday, we settled on $15,300 and he drove 4.5 hours with his wife to pick it up and rode it back home. Lol. I have no idea what the first jackass thought he was gonna buy it for, but I'm very aware of the market value on those particular bikes because I shopped for 2 months before finding/buying that one, and knew I had it priced to sell. The bike was a 2014 with only 7,900 miles. A local Harley dealer had one identical to mine, one year newer, but with 31k miles! Priced at $17,299.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidc83 View Post
    NADA has low retail for base, 2013 NC700X at $3255...
    To expand on that, NADA asks for your zip code, so I would assume or hope that the values reflect that of the zone in which the bike is being sold.

    Price is also dependent on the motivation of the buyer and seller. A bike is basically worth what the buyer is willing to pay. A gotta-have-it-now buyer might give $4000 for that 2013, while a buyer just browsing might offer $2000 for the same bike. Also a factor is supply and demand. Is the market flooded with used NC700Xs or are they rare and in demand in your area? There are just too many variables to determine a price, but NADA and other services can give you historical average sale prices and offer some guidance.

    To answer the original question, I’d offer $1500 for a stock 2013, with 31,000 miles, less if it’s grey instead of red. Why so low? Bikes are cheaper in the Midwest than in California. Plus, I don’t need or want a 2013 NC700X right now. So is that much help? Probably not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaJD View Post
    Retail and market value are often significantly different. The Harley Street Glide I just sold was a good example. I had 2 guys text me at darn near the same time about 2 days after I listed it on Craigslist. I had just gave $15,500 for it a few months before, and listed it for $16k obo to hopefully get that back out of it for a quick sale to pick up an NC. I was texting back and forth with both guys at the same time answering questions. One guy asked all sorts of stuff, asked me to send extra detailed pics, etc, I thought for sure he was gonna buy it. He said "how much bottom dollar cash today?" I simply said I'd really like to stay around $15,500 on it, and after all that he said "that's above retail value, thanks for your time". All I said was "LOL ok, good luck...." and never heard back. Meanwhile the other guy asked if he could come get it the following Wednesday, we settled on $15,300 and he drove 4.5 hours with his wife to pick it up and rode it back home. Lol. I have no idea what the first jackass thought he was gonna buy it for, but I'm very aware of the market value on those particular bikes because I shopped for 2 months before finding/buying that one, and knew I had it priced to sell. The bike was a 2014 with only 7,900 miles. A local Harley dealer had one identical to mine, one year newer, but with 31k miles! Priced at $17,299.

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    OP stated what would we give for a base, stock (our opinions-which I did....) if I was to purchase a used bike, I would never go above low retail value on nada...On a 2013 NC700x, NADA is no different from southern Indiana to San Diego (same at both) for a base, stock.
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    thanks guys

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