2012 (2013) Yamaha Super Tenere - Denver, CO

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2012 Yamaha Super Tenere which was purchased in the summer of 2013. The bike has 3678 miles. I have been out of state on couple different jobs so I didn't have enough time to ride this wonderful bike. It was hooked up to a battery tender and starts without any issues. It comes with AltRider crash bars that are new in box. It wasn't installed. It also has custom Givi screen. I have the original screen as well. The Givi screen helps with tall riders when it comes to buffeting. It is adjustable as well.

It has ABS, traction control, linked braking, Liquid Cooled, 4-stroke, Parallel Twin DOHC, 4-valve, displacement 1199cc, two power modes : sport and touring, adjustable suspension dampening, and adjustable seat height. It is super comfortable.

The bike is paid off. It was never crashed or dropped. I have a clean title on the bike. I am the first owner. Asking $9650. The bike is located in Denver, CO 80222.

The bike is in excellent condition.
 

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I normally wouldn't talk about someones price in their listing. But....

It's been on craigslist for at least two years. Hard to get very good price on a used 2012 when they sold them new for under $10,000.
Hard to sell one for double what they are going for.... 2012-3's with bars, and luggage other aftermarket parts are going for $5000-6000 on cycle trader.


Listing it on a site where everybody already has one is a tough sell.
You'd think so, but when I was researching the bike made it a point to check and see what was for sale on the forum. Did the same thing when I was buying my last bike. Some good deals popped up here and if they were not on the other side of the country I would have jumped on them.
 
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I normally wouldn't talk about someones price in their listing. But....



Hard to sell one for double what they are going for.... 2012-3's with bars, and luggage other aftermarket parts are going for $5000-6000 on cycle trader.



You'd think so, but when I was researching the bike made it a point to check and see what was for sale on the forum. Did the same thing when I was buying my last bike. Some good deals popped up here and if they were not on the other side of the country I would have jumped on them.
$8400. 1/2 off the purchase price for a bike that has 4k miles.
 
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