Question by  slyfoxbro (26)

What's my motorcycle worth?

how do I find the value of my motorcycle?


Answer by  radualex90 (236)

you can go to a specialised shop ( bike shop ) and they could tell you very acurately what the motorcycle is worth. Ofcourse they will charge you for this test. It all depends on mileage ,number of owners etc.


Answer by  JCW (233)

You will need to compare similar models for sale at other retailers and check used cycle pricing guides available for order online or check with your insurance agent.


Answer by  Doug77 (1433)

The first place to look is in the newspaper or online for what other motorcycles that are similar are selling for. You also have to take into account the condition of your bike compared to others and adjust, accordingly.


Answer by  radualex90 (236)

In order to find out the value of you motorcycle you have to check out other prices for the same bike , and think about the mileage you have on the bike , and if it was or wasn't involved in any accidents.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Well motorcycles can be valued similar to cars. You can see what other people have sold similar bikes for recently or look the value up in a value guide. I know the N.A.D.A. Guide has pricing for motorcycles. Go to their website and input the bikes info for an approximate value.


Answer by  kennethjgoodson (4903)

You can go to the NADA Guides and it will show you what you motorcycle is worth. It is an easy to use site.


Answer by  kate74 (273)

Kelley Blue Book isn't just for cars. You can go to www. kbb. com/motorcycles and there will be a form to fill out, just like if you were trying to find the value of your car. Just fill out the mileage, condition, etc. and submit your answers to find out your value.


Answer by  funnyman84 (1)

google search engine


Answer by  posti07 (1)

i have a 1993 honda posti that and has 11mths nsw on it? what is it worth

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