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2011 Honda Cbr 250r Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $3,299.00
YearYear:2011 MileageMileage:1 ColorColor: red
Location:

Hatfield, Pennsylvania, US

Hatfield, PA, US
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Honda CBR tech info

TypeType:Sportbike VINVIN:4t1be30k22u587922 PhonePhone:2679999936

Honda CBR description

2011 Honda Cbr 250R, I want to sell my 2011 Honda CBR250R with 1689 miles. Very nice bike and clean title. I have a original nice bag, cover and helmet. Only one reason for sell it because I don't have a garage to keep it in the winter time. Only cash acceptable. I wish to pay tax if you want. Please don't offer below $3199. Please text or call 215-500-2141 if you have a any question. $3,299.00 2679999936

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