Funny how 3 or 4 hundred dollars makes such a big difference.I got a 2002 for $1500 with 3k miles on it. Dealer did a comprehensive check and installed a trickle charger adapter.
Seeing some of the above prices, I think I should of haggled more
I did look up the value before going to make sure I wasn't paying too much. Kelley Blue Book has a motorcycle section and I know there are other sites that will give you the range of price a motorcycle is worth. Doesn't hurt to be prepared when visiting dealers.
Here are a couple of sites I found
New Prices and Used Values for Motorcycles, ATVs and Powersports - NADAguides
Motorcycle - Trade-In Values & Retail Prices - Kelley Blue Book
Thanks. I stopped at a local Honda dealer today as well. He said to start the ask at $1,000 because if you put about $500 into it, it would be a great bike. I'm going to start there. Thanks!Go to kbb.com, find the trade in value, and use that as a starting point.