2012 CBR1000RR Alex Lowes Replica | £4600 ono

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  1. Drezic

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    2012 CBR1000RR (ABS) Alex Lowes Replica

    Selling as moving away from super sports, tempted to go down Ducati Diavel route!

    Excellent condition
    29k
    New MOT (26/3/2019)
    FSH
    Arrow GP2 Exhaust

    Looking for £4600. No offers

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    New MOT today and price reduction
     
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    Price reduced
     
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    Reduced to almost what I've been offered by trader
     
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    Good price. I wonder why there's no interest? Perhaps the paint scheme is not to others' liking. I am sure a 5,000 pound Repsol or tri-colour would have been snapped up.
     
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    Spoke with the dealer who bought my RR7 from me. He said he coyld have sold it 4 times and even wondered if he had sold it too cheap. However whilst he said the 06/07s sold quickly the 08+ models seemed to hang around a long time. No idea why though.

    Good luck to OP hope it sells soon, I liked that colour scheme.
     
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    Cheers guys, it's a great bike and I'd rather it go to a good owner
     
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    Where abouts are you mate?

    I may be interested.

    PM if you wish
     
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    Still for sale!
     
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    Final reduction.....£4600 no offers at this price.
     
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    Are you pricing that compared with the 2012 models mate? As it looks like the last of the 2011 models with a custom paint job from the dealer?
     
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    No, it's priced as last of the 2011. Which, by all accounts is a bloody good price.
     
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    I was confused also, because the headline advertisement says '2012'.

    Nevertheless, as I've previously commented, it is a very good price, but alas, (and with the greatest respect) not one of the most sought after Blades. At £4600, I think that would run very close to a dealer's p/x price, given that many 2011s are selling for the 6990 to 7300 mark. I'm sure a Ducati dealer would offer a reasonable price.
     
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    Fair enough! Just confused as to why it hasn’t sold?
     
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    I was toying (very briefly) of putting mine completely back to standard, selling the fancy bits and trading it in for a second hand HP4. The dealer offered 5k trade in for my 2011 repsol.
     
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    29,000 miles, people tend to stop buying after 18000 miles, nowt do with colour
     
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    Whilst it might seem a kick in the guts, that's not a bad price for a dealer. We do expect to sacrifice a lot for the simplicity of a dealer 'trade' at the expense of frigging around with eBay, wanna be 'test riders' and the like.

    I fully agree with selling the good bits separately because no dealer will ever recompense us for the extras:rolleyes:, BUT they will promote the heck out of them to the potential buyer!! I will be right at the coal face sometime next year because it will be my 2011 that will be p/x for the next Honda flagship!!
     
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    I didn’t think it was too bad as I paid £5k for it with the fancy bits. Could prob get 3-4k for all the parts secondhand.

    Would just need to source some standard headers (missed some on eBay for £20 :() and a standard rear shock. Got all the other bits. Their HP4 was a bit overpriced though and I like the Blade :). Plus I’m a hoarder and don’t like selling bikes.
     
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