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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-18-2010, 04:38 PM Thread Starter
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Thinking of Selling My 2007 F4

Although I haven't decided for sure, I'm thinking about selling my 2007 F4-1000r in order to finance the purchase of either the new F4 or the BMW S1000rr. I rode the BMW for two days at the California Superbike School and was really impressed with how easy the bike was to handle. For me, the electronics are a real plus.

What do you guys think a fair price for the F4 would be? It has just over 1000 miles on it. I bought it new at the end of the season last year so it still has the balance of the two-year warranty. I also had the mid-pipe replaced. Other than that it is stock.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-18-2010, 06:15 PM
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Probably just keep it. Resale value will upset you.
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Probably just keep it. Resale value will upset you.
+1! around 10-12K I would say.
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Although I haven't decided for sure, I'm thinking about selling my 2007 F4-1000r in order to finance the purchase of either the new F4 or the BMW S1000rr. I rode the BMW for two days at the California Superbike School and was really impressed with how easy the bike was to handle. For me, the electronics are a real plus.

What do you guys think a fair price for the F4 would be? It has just over 1000 miles on it. I bought it new at the end of the season last year so it still has the balance of the two-year warranty. I also had the mid-pipe replaced. Other than that it is stock.

Thanks.
The handling of the new F4 will surprise you; it feels very light and agile. It also sounds pretty impressive with the standard cans. Build quality is certainly not less than the Bimmer; probably slightly better.

I wouldn't trade in a well set up (suspension wise) 1000R with race ECU and RG3's for the new model though, but that's just me. Test ride the new F4 and brace yourself for taking a hit on the resale value of the 1000R.

Good luck!

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Thanks for the responses. I intend to try the new MV before making a decision.

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I say sell it for either..it is a win win either bike or the new ducatis coming out..
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