I've been overseas on a business trip & have come back to see '05 LTs for $10.5 - an ;08 for $15?? What gives?
hallzee said:I was as happy as a clam when I bought mine with only 9,500 miles, and only 4 years old - for $11,000.00. That was almost 3-1/2 years ago, so I'd say that low resale isn't a "new" problem.
Lets see if this link works..wa1200lt said:Do these bikes depreciate as rapidly in the rest of the world or is this a US phenomenon?
tonygret said:I bought my 2005 LT with lots of farkles and 7K on her for $15.5K a little over one year ago. Put about anohter 1500.00 in farkels and service. Not including the sales tax on the purchase I am in it over $17K.
Kelley blue book retail value as of today:
Kelley blue wholesale value as of today:
I have seen these things really have very poor resale value. Even a used one lost over 40% of it's trade value (to me) in one year. Using this formula you should be able to pick up a 2002 or older LT for free.