Pretty in Pink, dunno why
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Redondo Beach
I won't pretend to know, but consider these things:
A vehicle typically drops in value by a quarter to a third once you drive it off the lot.
It is a bone-stock KLR. No rarity, panache, or chicks-dig-it going on; this is true of all KLRs.
It's a 2013. There are loads of them, and the following year's 2014.5 was/is more desirable in that it has a list of improvements in the suspension and seating, etc.
It's a KLR, and a KLR is a KLR. There are KLRs selling all day long for $2K. They might be 5 to 10 years older but, again, a KLR is a KLR. Not much has changed and mileage doesn't count for much.
Your location. Good god, man, I had to look it up. You haven't had a post office since Kennedy was in office. You're three hours from OKC. That's a hard location to sell in, and I imagine the price might be a bit steep for the typical local buyer. Wikipedia says it is a 'former community'; I think that means it's a ghost town. I envy you your location, though. I'd give my left nut to life in a place like that.
Your asking price doesn't seem out of line. In fact, it seems to be at the low end. The selling price is harder to know, as it depends on what buyer's want and what's being offered to them at the time they are buying.
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