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2010 Honda NT700V Sport Tourer < 6,000 Miles, $ 3,600 No Top Case, Reduced Price

Joined
Apr 9, 2006
Messages
85
Location
Richmond, TX
First Name
Jim
Last Name
Harrison
Time to let go of this bike, which has never had the rider it deserves, including me. I just can't get away from work and obligations long enough to take the long rides that I used to. Shaft drive, fuel injection, 700 V-Twin, some accessories. I'd like to keep the top box, and I'm asking less than my local Craigslist ad for TWT members. Without the top box, I'm asking* $ 3,600. If you really want the top case, I'll sell it with the bike for $ 300 more, or $ 3,900. I've still got a couple bikes in the garage, so I'm not leaving riding, just need to thin the herd. The last picture shows a flaw on the bike. There's a crack in the plastic behind the left sidecase. It does not affect the function and the part can be replaced. If you want me to do it, we can discuss that.
 

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Joined
Feb 9, 2012
Messages
620
Location
Austin
First Name
Greg
Last Name
Hall
This would make a great first bike. It did for me. Was able to do a SS1k and lots of touring putting 56k miles on it. Never left me stranded. GLWS.
 
Joined
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Messages
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Location
Richmond, TX
First Name
Jim
Last Name
Harrison
Thanks RT_Slim. Here's the Craigslist Ad. I said in the ad that the bike feels like a BMW Mini-Me. Am I off base?

 
Joined
Feb 9, 2012
Messages
620
Location
Austin
First Name
Greg
Last Name
Hall
I found it to be more like a Honda Accord, lol. The instrument clusters are so similar. Can't really compare it to the RT (1200cc vs 700cc) I'm on now but as a sport tourer the NT is a very capable bike. It was also great for commuting to work.
 
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