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Selling a used 2015 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 ABS Motorcycle
Exterior color: Green
Current miles: ~850
Title is clean and in hand


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I am the 2nd owner and recently purchased this from a good friend.
Reluctantly selling because I'm still partial to my current older Honda VFR800 and this is too fast for me. I also currently do not ride very often.
VERY LOW MILES.
Has never been down, in an accident or anything fixed/repainted.
Comes with various upgrades/accessories installed.
- OEM color matching side hard bags and mount using single key system.
- Yoshimura exhaust in carbon fiber.
- Sargent front seat. (Rear is OEM.)
- Bar risers.
- Green handle levers.
- Taller tinted windscreen.
- Professionally ceramic coated with Ceramic PRO.
- Reflective green wheel pin stripe.
- Rear fender eliminator kit.
- Tank protector sticker.
Original OEM replaced parts are NOT available.
Includes manual, 2 OEM keys and OEM toolkit.


$8,200 or best offer.
Located in San Jose, CA.
Serious inquires only. Test rides at my discretion and must have current "M" license and valid insurance.
No trades.
More pictures at:
http://www.socal28.com/4sale/n1k/n1k.htm


Thank you.
 

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Wow! This bike is practically brand new!

You sure you want the VFR800 over this N1k? Given time you will get used to the power, which is so much more than the VFR800 can ever have.

Anyway, GLWS.
 

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Wow! This bike is practically brand new!

You sure you want the VFR800 over this N1k? Given time you will get used to the power, which is so much more than the VFR800 can ever have.

Anyway, GLWS.
Thanks.
Yeah, I know, should really keep the N1k and sell the VFR but I really just don't ride that often anymore to justify keeping this newer bike. I may ride 100 miles a year now. Might even sell the VFR later down the rode. :|
 

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Your fourth picture shows 841.5 miles on Trip B. This has nothing to do with what the odometer on the bike reads. Looks like a scam to me...


I'll just keep my 2015 with over 48,000 miles on mine...
 

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Your fourth picture shows 841.5 miles on Trip B. This has nothing to do with what the odometer on the bike reads. Looks like a scam to me...


I'll just keep my 2015 with over 48,000 miles on mine...
Not necessarily, my Trip B too has never been reset from factory and is similarly same to the ODO
 

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I was going to say the same. He said 850 miles. If he hasn't reset the trip meters then whatever is displayed there would be the same as the Odometer.
 

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Your fourth picture shows 841.5 miles on Trip B. This has nothing to do with what the odometer on the bike reads. Looks like a scam to me...


I'll just keep my 2015 with over 48,000 miles on mine...
Oh snap! I got caught attempting to SCAM a potential Buyer 6.5 miles! :rolleyes:

In any case, thanks for noticing the error and confirming that these bikes are great even with high miles.

Correct mileage pic below.
 

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Reminds me of my '14 Ninja. It had 0 miles on the odometer but when I flipped to the trip meter it had .2 miles on it. Someone rode it around the parking lot!
 

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I'm glad I'm wrong about it being a scam...

But, I don't trust people who buy motorcycles and plan to ride less than 100 miles a year. That's about 8 miles a month. I wouldn't waste my time gearing up if I was going to ride 8 miles, whats is the point?

I agree you should sell the bike, but why in the world would you buy it? You are now 'reluctant' to sell it, why? You don't plan to ride it. My head is spinning!

Good luck with the sale.
 
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