Price seems high to me. I’ve been tryin to sell my 2013 with 13,000 miles, $8000. No nibbles.
Seems high to me but im new with the rr`s and still learning. I just picked up a 12 this week and didnt pay that. Has about 15k miles so more than the one you found. Im in wa state tho. Hardly see em where i am so found mine about 200 miles away. Pretty clean one owner no scratches an 0 mods with all paperwork showing maintenance. Came with bmw tank and tail bag, factory alarm and all options, tc and abs. Unsure if its the premium model or not. He wanted more but i put a hard squeeze on em (nicely) he eventually caved in and made the deal then I enjoyed it on the way home!!. Lol worked out best for me.!! Haha I didnt care about any of the options myself so that was no value to me, or if it was scratched since im making a track bike out of it so anything it doesnt need im getting rid of anyway and installing track fairings.dream bike has been an S1000RR for the awhile now, i found a 2012, just about 5k miles, $11,500 and some mods here or there nothing to crazy and she’s mint. should i pull the trigger?, should the price be lower? Let me know what you guys think...
yea i’m just torn between the two, both very reliable bikes, just think the parts would be more expensive for the bmw as well as just servicing the bike, bmw you have to do a huge service every 10k miles to check the valves and so on i believe is around $3k. is that the same for the 15 r1I had a 2015 R1M was fast & the best sounding motor in comparison to other Super Bikes the only issue was being a gas Guzzler 90 M per tank ( Cross plane motor loves fuel ) the 2017 S1000RR was faster & had a way better fuel consumption ratio. 130 M per tank honestly you can’t go wrong with either bike
yea 100% i think the r1 might be the moveAwesome looking bikes. Guess one thing I'd say to check is how each bike fits you. Would be awesome if you could ride each one but that doesnt happen much at least with my luck. Important to have the ergos right. Both are great rides.
Where do you get this from????? 'cos it's absolute crap!!! The 'major' service interval on the S1000 series is 18k miles and cost for the service (including valve check and fork servicing) runs around $1k give or take a few Benjamins.bmw you have to do a huge service every 10k miles to check the valves and so on i believe is around $3k. is that the same for the 15 r1
I've seen this bike. It's near flawless. I go to the same dealer for service as well.I'm 40 minutes from NJ, i'd sell you my 2016 for $10k if interested. I was going to post it in a month or two but if you wanted a bike sooner. Mine has 17,000 miles, never been crashed, not many track days, mostly commuting miles and heading down to AC/NJMP for motoamerica and out to long island.
Dealer serviced, newer chain and sprockets 1,500 miles ago, mostly stock minus axle/swing arm sliders, bar ends (R&G), tank pad, fender eliminator. original owner, no lien on title. Putting on new brakes this week as well.