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Old 24th July 2010, 14:59   #181
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Default Bajaj Pulsar DTSI 2004 March Model Silver Colour

I would like to sell my Bajaj Pulsar DTSI 2004 March Model Silver Colour (self start), done 19000 Km.

It would be of great help if some suggest a fair price.

Note: This is GJ registration, no karnataka road tax paid.
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Old 28th July 2010, 17:22   #182
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Around 20K INR is the maximum price as its a GJ registration,but if try selling the same in GJ then u can expect around 30 k INR
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Old 28th July 2010, 17:32   #183
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Planning to sell my bike:

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi (ES/Black), April 2006 registered in Hyderabad and run for 30,000 KMs.
What price can I expect for the same? The IDV as per the insurance policy is 27k+.
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Old 30th July 2010, 13:39   #184
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Around 32k- 35k rs is a good price
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Old 2nd August 2010, 14:38   #185
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2003 Bajaj Caliber 115:

I am looking to sell my 2003 Bajaj Caliber 115 in Chennai. It was unused for a good part of the last 3 years and has rusted in places as a result. It's fuel tank would probably need replacement, currently its leaks have been sealed using M Seal. The bike rides good, and feels in good condition. Odo wasn't working for a good time in the past, so km run is not known.

How much can I expect to get? 15k? Or more?
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Old 2nd August 2010, 17:58   #186
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Rs 10-12K is ideal price if theres no damage to the engine and if its working fine
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Dear all ,

I have just sold my HH passion 2001 model with miliage @ 24 ,000 for Rs 14,000. but the insurance was calculated @ 17,000 . Please advise
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Old 2nd August 2010, 18:57   #188
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Rate of the old bike depends on alot of factors,like condition,maintainence,any expenses after buying and all papers intact.Sold is gone you need not worry about your past bike,whats your new buy?

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Hi all
Owning a bullet was in mind for the last few years. Now my friend is selling his Thunderbird (2005 model, done ~5000 kms). Please help me in the pricing. I saw one add in team bhp (2 year old thunderbird quoting 53K). 40K is a decent price?
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Hey, even i have a RE Thunderbird (2004 Model, Blue colour). I bought it 3 yrs back for 48k. The bike was totally stock and immaculate except the silencer (Aluminium Rocket). The guy gave me the original silencer as well. The price depends on the condition of the bike. I guess 40-42k should be fine.

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Hi,
I am planning to sell my 2001 model CBZ (disc brake) with 72000 kms clocked. Bike is in good condition, has all the documents in place and has been driven solely by me.
What would be a good price to expect? IDV is 20k

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Hi,
I am planning to sell my 2001 model CBZ (disc brake) with 72000 kms clocked. Bike is in good condition, has all the documents in place and has been driven solely by me.
What would be a good price to expect? IDV is 20k

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Hey, even i have a RE Thunderbird (2004 Model, Blue colour). I bought it 3 yrs back for 48k. The bike was totally stock and immaculate except the silencer (Aluminium Rocket). The guy gave me the original silencer as well. The price depends on the condition of the bike. I guess 40-42k should be fine.

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Thanks Ricky. I will do a test drive today.
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Rs 10-12K is ideal price if theres no damage to the engine and if its working fine
Thanks, msvg.

Another issue I have is that its insurance had expired long back (it was kept parked for too long).

Is it necessary to get a new insurance done before selling the bike? Or can I leave it to the buyer?
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Hi Pjay,

Its better to get the insurance done and an over all paint touch job or so including electrical check and all. Good buyers will always look for genuine sellers with all papers clear. You will get a better price. If not you might need to sell at a lower price and run behind for years to get the bike transferred.
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Sold my pulsar 2003 on sunday , feels like body without the soul. Helping the new owner with transfers. Seeing of my first machine which served me was very painful.
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