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2009 Suzuki V Strom Dl650 A on 2040-motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:9

Lakeland, Florida

Lakeland, FL
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2009 Suzuki V Strom DL650 A 9,000mis (about) Asking: $ 5,000 or OBO This bike has the following: ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM Brakes LED brake lamps Heated hand grips Moose racing low profile tinted windscreen Pro grip carbon fiber tank protector Engine bar guards on both sides Cigarette lighter adapter-for a GPS-GPS not included Muffler cover/heat shield- has stuff from saddlebags Right side fairing has 2 stuffs which can be seen in images New Battery almost 2 mons old New Tires almost one month old Also comes with a few extra items: T-Box and Saddlebags which are cloth/nylon made and Orginal factory Windscreen (Not in images) Miles: 9,000 as of now but may go up due to bike driven once in awhile. Garage Kept. Please Call or Text between the Hours 8:am to 10:pm....if you get voice mail I will return your call. I will also go with you if needed to your financial company.You can ONLY RIDE my bike with CASH in hand!! Clean and Clean title. Please Call or Text: for any more Information. Between Hours 8:am-10:pm

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