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I'm thinking of selling my son's 2001 XR100R. What is a good asking price? Would KBB be a good resource? It is stock, good shape, new carb, rear brakes, handlebars. Garage kept. Thanks.

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Yep kbb or nada is a fair price, people now adays want more than they pay for the bike. If it was old then that's a totally different story due to the inventory out there but yours isn't. I would ask a few hundred more than book and let them think there getting a good deal when they offer book value.

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$500 to $900 depending on actual condition (no offense but all owners think the bike they are selling is 'mint'-reality is often different). In your pictures, the bike looks nice but....

All fasteners OEM?

Records of all servicing?

All bolts not rusty/rusted?

Spokes all tight and nipples free?

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Check the NADA and KBB, but be warned, they list wildly different prices for the same thing. KBB is attractive to a seller, NADA is the buyers bible. :smirk:

In the end, it's worth whatever you can get someone to give you for it.

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In ca people ask like 1400 for those  just because it's Honda:rolleyes:

$800 give or take a bit, or a many nights with a craigslist girl

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I have seen some listings around me (Fl) for as mush as $1200 for 01-03's. They are crazy.

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We've bought (and sold) hundreds of XR100s & XR80s.
We never pay more than $600 for a GOOD bike, like yours.
We paid as little as $100, ave price is about $350.
We part most of 'em out.
We've never been able to sell even a MINT, late model CRF100 for more than $800.
Parting an XR100 nets us about $1400.

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2 hours ago, arthur6 said:

We've bought (and sold) hundreds of XR100s & XR80s.
We never pay more than $600 for a GOOD bike, like yours.
We paid as little as $100, ave price is about $350.
We part most of 'em out.
We've never been able to sell even a MINT, late model CRF100 for more than $800.
Parting an XR100 nets us about $1400.

Guess it depends where you are located at, I would imagine that different areas have different pricing.

Usually, price is driven by demand.

Unless you are super lucky, you will NOT find a XR100 in Northern California for the prices you have provided.

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We're about 2 hrs from Sacramento, we buy tons of bikes there.
We've had guys bring bikes to us from Sac.

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57 minutes ago, arthur6 said:

We're about 2 hrs from Sacramento, we buy tons of bikes there.
We've had guys bring bikes to us from Sac.

Well, I guess you are a better negotiator then.

When I check craigslist, I do not see a single XR100 advertised for 600 bucks or below in the condition ours is in.

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We wait a week or so, go look at the bike.
Most are priced at $800 to $1000 but they don't seem to sell, we offer $500 and usually get the bike.
From the pictures your does seem really nice.
Again we've never been able to sell even a super nice XR100 for more than $800.
We'd love for these bikes to sell for $1000, would be much easier for us.
FYI - wash under the fenders, a clean bike sells better than one needing sprayed off.

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