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2010 Honda Nt700 Varadero Nt700v Sport Touring on 2040-motos

US $6,500.00
YearYear:2010 MileageMileage:5

Pittsfield, Massachusetts, US

Pittsfield, MA, US
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2010 Honda Nt700 Varadero NT700V Sport Touring , US $6,500.00, image 1

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TypeType:Sport Touring VINVIN:VTMRC5226AE001158 PhonePhone:4134990534

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2010 Honda Nt700 Varadero NT700V, Great all around bike. Shaft drive. Double disc brakes in front and single disc in rear. Integral , lockable saddlebags. Integral 3/4 fairing with adjustable windshield. Pretty good in the twisties. Excellent commuter . Excellent for weekend trips. Lotsa fun $6,500.00 4134990534

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