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2013 Yamaha Super Tenere on 2040-motos

YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:1283 ColorColor: Matte Grey

Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale, AZ
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TypeType:Sport Touring PhonePhone:(949) 689-9261

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**PRICE REDUCED** 2013 Yamaha Super Tenere , 2013 Matte Grey Yamaha Super Tenere. This motorcycle is basically brand new and in excellent condition. Only has 1283 miles and comes with the highly sought after matte grey color scheme. Recently registered in Arizona with registration good until the fall of 2014, and I have clean title in hand. Existing warranty transfers with the bike. This is the KING of adventure bikes with a compact parallel twin engine (1199CC), a wide ratio 6-speed transmission and shaft drive technology. Rides super smooth - and has never been off the pavement. The bike has a Yamaha Chip Controlled throttle for optimum control and acceleration, anti-lock braking system, adjustable seat height and hydraulic shifter. Also comes equipped with three different "modes" to provide the appropriate control depending on where the bike is being ridden. The on-board computer is completely digital, and has all the options of a modern car. These include speed, odometer, trip A & B counter, internal temp, & external temp. This motorcycle retails for almost $15K new plus tax/registration. Willing to part with the bike for $12,499 OBO. My loss is your gain. Will accept reasonable offers. Call with questions or to set up a time to see the bike. Dave (949) 689-9261 Thanks for looking!

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