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Old 11th November 2009, 16:19   #46
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How much would be a price for 2003 December Royal Enfield Thuderbird.

Price is usually Based on the Kms run and depends on the maintainence done and what expenses u would incur once u own one.
This model i think u can pay 38k-45k INR based on the condition of the vehicle
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Price is usually Based on the Kms run and depends on the maintainence done and what expenses u would incur once u own one.
This model i think u can pay 38k-45k INR based on the condition of the vehicle
Thanks I have one to sell, run 28K KM in MINT condition.
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Old 12th November 2009, 18:56   #48
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Default Classic Pulsar 180

I'm looking for a 180 02/03 model, I need it for small commutes and have previously owned a 02 model.. amazing bike. What price will a decent condition (say, i will have to spend another 3K on it) would cost in B'lore? Do you think a 20K budget (with additional expenses) is ideal for this buy?
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Are you looking at the classic 180 i.e. the non DTSi one?

The DTSi was launched in October 2003.

In any case you should get either of them for 20k +- 3k for 2003 & around 15k for 2002 model.
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Are you looking at the classic 180 i.e. the non DTSi one?

The DTSi was launched in October 2003.

In any case you should get either of them for 20k +- 3k for 2003 & around 15k for 2002 model.
Thanks Techno- do you think it will be a worthy buy to go for such a old vehicle? please consider it for minimum commute only.
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See the DTSI V1 was one of the best made Pulsars with least number of issues, so yes going for the DTSI V1 could be good option, the spares are cheap, the mileage is decent i.e. around 40-45 & good power at tap
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See the DTSI V1 was one of the best made Pulsars with least number of issues, so yes going for the DTSI V1 could be good option, the spares are cheap, the mileage is decent i.e. around 40-45 & good power at tap
The DTS-i v2 were also problem free in addition to gas shocks.
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I'm looking for a 180 02/03 model, I need it for small commutes and have previously owned a 02 model.. amazing bike. What price will a decent condition (say, i will have to spend another 3K on it) would cost in B'lore? Do you think a 20K budget (with additional expenses) is ideal for this buy?
I have a Single user late 2003 Pulsar Classic 150 cc kick start with new tyres and excellent engine condition,run only 40K kms.Regularly serviced at Probiking centre at Banashankari ,PM me if ur interested to buy.

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The DTS-i v2 were also problem free in addition to gas shocks.
Yes very true but it lacked the top speed of the V1 because of smaller wheels
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hey how much do you think would i get for a pulsar 150 dtsi UG3, self start, december 2007, 2nd owner run 13k kilometers in very good condition?
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Thanks I have one to sell, run 28K KM in MINT condition.
I will be interested if I have a look and we come to a agreed price. PM me to arrange the same. I am in Secunderabad as well.

I am hunting for a nice, loved and cared for Bullet which will be so cared once it changes hands. Anybody wanting to part with their love PM me. Would love a 60s or early 70s but later ones can be considered as well. Not a real fan of Thunderbird design but, hey, the horse is not that different.

So, lovers, let me know if you have one to spare and we can arrange for an inspection and conversation this weekend.

Cheers...!

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What would be a fair price for a 2008 Dec RE Machismo 350.

As per the owner ( I have not seen the bike) its as good as brand new.
According to me around 75K seems ok, that's a depreciation of about 30% from the new price.

Let me know what you guys think
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My College mate bought a Single ownwer RE Thunderbird 2003 model without kickstart and 50000 kms on the odo for Rs 45,000/- last week
The bike is in pristine condition and runs stock.
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So 75K for a 2008 model with 5900 KMs on the ODO should be ok then ?
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I own a Cbz 2003 model, 33500 kms done. Very well maintained.What price the bike may fetch
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