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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-14-2009, 07:33 AM Thread Starter
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how much for a 0Km SPR?

how much would you guy say a 2004 0km SPR is worth ?...basically brand new.

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-14-2009, 08:18 AM
If it was the UK, I'd say about 9000, purely cost it has o km.


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that's low... i thought it would be at least £11.000/12.500€....

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post #4 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-14-2009, 11:03 AM
11,000 will buy you a 312 here now the new F4 has been released, I know which I'd rather have. The SPR is a beautiful bike but it's still a 750, Someone has been trying to sell a low mileage Senna on ebay at around 9000 with no takers as far as I'm aware.


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On mobile.de you can find them for 12-13k €, but they are used. Question is; for what money to they really go and do they even sell at that price? I would say no.
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post #6 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-14-2009, 11:09 AM
The problem with a 0 km bike is that it will fetch a premium over a similar bike with say 1000 km but as soon as you ride it, that premium disappears. If you are planning on buying a bike and keeping it in your lounge as a piece of artwork that's fine, but if you plan on riding it, you will lose at least £1500 as soon as you start it up and engage 1st gear.


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What's it worth to you? Maybe that's not helpful but I wouldn't sell my SPR unless someone was offering me way over market value.. I wouldn't even do a straight up swap for new 1078, I like it too much - even though it's just a lowly 750 engine..
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My local dealer had a SPR in for nearly 18 months, I would struggle to price it.
As John says a 312 is similar money, and unfortunately they get better year by year, bike by bike.

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My local dealer had a SPR in for nearly 18 months, I would struggle to price it.
As John says a 312 is similar money, and unfortunately they get better year by year, bike by bike.
Oh Really ??? All the overheating issues , mechanical problems , Splitt rads really shity graffics , etc etc and lets not forget they cant do 312 , just ask Mr Woods..
I'll take SPR anyday before 312 or later bike !!!

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hmmm...very interesting feedback. Thank you guys.
I think the SPR is one unique 750 SuperBike.
I'mna do some more thinking...

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