2012 Honda Nc700x on 2040-motos
Honda NC700X description
2012 Honda NC700X, 6-speed manual. 3,600 miles in mint condition and totally stock. Not a scratch on it, it's never been ridden in the rain, and has been well maintained. This is the smoothest bike I've ever owned. Very comfortable, great wind protection, 70 mpg, and sharp handling. Tires are in good shape and have plenty of life left in them. There is a storage compartment built into the tank that fits a full size helmet. Super convenient. Bike comes with both keys and owners manual.
Clean title, and I have the title in hand. Average NADA for this bike is $4,335 and KBB suggested retail is $4,750. These are $8,000+ brand new. Get this like-new motorcycle for less than half price. I understand it's scary buying a bike without seeing it. This motorcycle is in perfect condition and has no mechanical issues. You won't be disappointed.
Low reserve price. $250 deposit due within 24 hours of purchase through PayPal. The remainder of payment is to be paid with cash only in person upon pickup within 7 days. Local pickup only. No delivery or shipping, sorry.
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