Triumph Tiger Explorer Xr 2015 For Sale 7,500 Mile.

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  1. Rooster

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    #1 Rooster, Aug 16, 2017
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    I've decided to upgrade to the new Explorer XRT so I'm selling my existing 2015 Explorer ( First Generation)

    It's in exceptional condition with only 7,500 miles on the clock. First registered in September 2015 so it's a 65 reg. Still within its 24 month warranty until the 30th September. It's in Graphite Grey with the following extras fitted:

    Power Bronze Hugger
    Front Fender Extender.
    OEM Sat Nav Holder and Garmin Hard Wire Kit.
    OEM Fog Lights.
    Heated Rider Seat
    Heated Grips
    Hand Guards
    Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
    Rubber Tank Protecter
    Engine Protection Bars
    Givi Pannier Holders.

    About 5k of tread left on rear tyre and about 3k on the front. Full main dealer service history.

    Price £7,750 or very nearest offer.

    Please send me a PM for further details

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  2. Rooster

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    #3 Rooster, Aug 28, 2017
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    NEW PRICE - £7,750

    Saving over £1,500 offf equivalent models in dealers showrooms. So grab a bargain and buy private.

     
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    New price £7,750
     
  5. Rooster

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    Given up trying to sell privately so will be trading in on Monday for new bike.
     
  6. Dougie D

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    surprised you haven't had any takers..looks a great buy..maybe just the wrong time of year,hope the dealer gives you a good trade in price
     
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  7. Rooster

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    I’m surprised also, but when I filter bike for sale adverts almost all are from dealers. I think the trend nowerdays is to buy on pcp and the like.

    I think I’ve got a reasonable offer of 8k from the dealer but of course I’m paying list price for the new bike. I stripped off most of the accessories and will get a bit more by selling those separately.
     
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  8. Wessa

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    I took a similar approach when I was looking to change my bike, started with private sale, eventually traded. The PcP market and the lack of money in peoples pockets is making selling private very difficult. Of course trading also mitigates the need for time wasters and tyre kickers, a very welcome benefit. Down side is that it can impact your ability to negotiate effectively.
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    Yes, very true. I did have a guy that clicked the “buy now” button but then did nothing. I also had several others who gave offers less than what the dealer would offer. So the most I was going to make was a hundred quid or so. And as you say, when it goes to a dealer as a trade in my responsibility ends there and then, and that has a value.
     
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