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2014 Triumph Daytona 675R for sale
« on: 03/19/18 10:20PM »
2014 Triumph 675r with CRG levers, Evotech tail tidy, Triumph frame sliders, Shorai Battery, full Hindle exhaust (w/ quiet baffle installed) and can include Bazzaz (not installed right now). 18,774 miles and depending on how quickly it sells it will have a few more miles on it.  This is the R model that has Ohlins suspension and brembo brakes.  Has oil changes every 3k or so. Have replaced brake fluid once. Had upper right side fairing damage from falling off the stand.  I have a right side panel I will include and also the stock windscreen. $7500

Have the Dealer Tool that's synced to the R bike but I think can be cleared to connect to another VIN.  Also a set of tires can include for the right price.

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Selling BOTH??  Replacing them with something else?

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Red one is wife's bike that obviously from the miles just didn't get ridden.  I'm selling mine w/ plans to go back to a liter bike.  Last 2 600s were fun but I miss the power and the tech that's in the new bikes.
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Red one is wife's bike that obviously from the miles just didn't get ridden.  I'm selling mine w/ plans to go back to a liter bike.  Last 2 600s were fun but I miss the power and the tech that's in the new bikes.

Nice, any idea which one (liter bike) ?

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Ya I'm looking at S1000RR.

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Nice!  While I wasn't in love with that bike on the street, I absolutely loved it on track; so incredibly easy to ride fast!

I think the red bike will sell quicker.  People will see lower price, lower miles, no damage. 

Ya I'm looking at S1000RR.

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I think luciano136 would agree give a single R or a Tuono some serious thought. You can still go absurdly fast and be more comfortable at the same time :)
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Thanks pretender for the suggestion but I've ridden the tuono and didn't find it comfy at all. I prefer a sportbike position though. This is one time when being short is a positive ;)
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Thanks pretender for the suggestion but I've ridden the tuono and didn't find it comfy at all. I prefer a sportbike position though. This is one time when being short is a positive ;)

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If your budget is $20k+, I'd look at the new Panigale V4, it has all the power, and all the tech and then some!  Throttle-blipping on up and downshifts is my favortie feature.
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Saw the panigale, heard it, sat on it, not impressed. If it's anything like other Ducs I've ridden, the heat to my ass will be ridiculous also.   I'm looking at used or couple year  bikes.  Definitely not worth the $ to me.  I saw that V4 had a $22k sticker on it. ridiculous. like paying for a harley just because of the name :)
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Re: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 AND '14 Daytona 675R for sale
« Reply #10 on: 03/25/18 07:41PM »
Hopefully I'm not opening myself up to sad news but what do y'all think of the prices on the bikes?  From kbb, nada, craigslist it seems ok.  What say y'all? High? Average?
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Re: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 AND '14 Daytona 675R for sale
« Reply #11 on: 03/25/18 08:21PM »
Seem about $1000 too much for each but you would be a fool to take my advice (unless smarter people than me say the same). Just my 2 cents.
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Re: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 AND '14 Daytona 675R for sale
« Reply #12 on: 03/25/18 09:45PM »
None of the pricing websites are going to account accurately for aftermarket mods, and these can be highly subjective as for value.  Also agree KBB and the like tend to be high for estimates.  They give you an idea of pricing, but the individual market ultimately drives prices so try to find as many examples of local bikes for sale from private sales to really get an idea of what the market will bear.  eBay also allows you to research completed sales and may also be useful.       

EDIT: Your price for the wife's bike is high considering Del Amo is selling a 2015 in red with only 2,300 miles for the same price.  Likewise, your bike is also priced high especially given the miles.  Try lowering it $500, see if you at least get interest and if after a week you get nothing adjust accordingly.
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Re: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 AND '14 Daytona 675R for sale
« Reply #13 on: 03/26/18 09:31AM »

It honestly depends on how much patience you have.  I ended up selling my '08 675 SE for $5k and it had 49k mi on it.  Granted a lot of stuff was fixed/replaced but I found someone who really wanted a clean '08 SE (black/gold). 

I'm also not a huge Duc fan.  Might as well get an RSV4 then; much better value and slightly used ones are cheap.

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Re: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 AND '14 Daytona 675R for sale
« Reply #14 on: 03/26/18 09:55AM »
Weather is shifting warm for the first time this year (aside from that warm snap earlier,) that means bike sales will increase dramatically. If you don't see movement in a few weeks, you're base price is probably too high. Just base it on what the market is telling you. If you keep getting nibbles, then you're probably in the right ballpark. At that point it's all patience.

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Re: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 AND '14 Daytona 675R for sale
« Reply #15 on: 03/26/18 01:30PM »
Sounds good. Thanks all for the suggestions. I started high due to the craigslist/low ball effect. Probly better to drop closer to what i expect/will accept.
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« Reply #16 on: 03/26/18 01:44PM »
Sounds good. Thanks all for the suggestions. I started high due to the craigslist/low ball effect. Probly better to drop closer to what i expect/will accept.

When I sold my Vespa a few years back, I did not see too many lowball messages other than the ridiculous, sight-unseen, half-price offers that I ignored.  Price it fairly and people will message you and want to see the bike in person.
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Re: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 AND '14 Daytona 675R for sale
« Reply #17 on: 03/26/18 01:50PM »
Sounds good. Thanks all for the suggestions. I started high due to the craigslist/low ball effect. Probly better to drop closer to what i expect/will accept.

I would also post the bikes on Triumph675.net.  That's where I ended up selling mine; more likely to find an enthusiast.

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Re: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 AND '14 Daytona 675R for sale
« Reply #18 on: 03/26/18 05:04PM »
Sounds good. Thanks all for the suggestions. I started high due to the craigslist/low ball effect. Probly better to drop closer to what i expect/will accept.

I would also post the bikes on Triumph675.net.  That's where I ended up selling mine; more likely to find an enthusiast.
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Re: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 AND '14 Daytona 675R for sale
« Reply #19 on: 03/27/18 06:42PM »
First post updated. "Fixed" price as it appears from local sales I was a bit optimistic. Also added that I have motodynamic integrated tail light installed and Lightech chain adjusters, not installed
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