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How do you calculate Kelley Blue Book values for popular Harley-Davidson models?

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Entering the year of manufacture and specific model into the Kelley Blue Book online database calculates the Kelley Blue Book value of popular Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Kelley Blue Book provides comprehensive price information about Harley-Davidson motorcycle models produced since 1960.

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Kelley Blue Book provides web users with both trade-in values and retail values for Harley-Davidson motorcycle models. Examples of Kelley Blue Book retail prices as of June 2015 for popular models include $15,615 for a 2015 Harley-Davidson FLS Softail Slim in excellent condition, $6,440 for a 2010 Harley-Davidson XL883N Iron 883 in excellent condition and $8,750 for a 2001 Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy Softail in excellent condition.

Kelley Blue Book also provides pricing information for popular accessories associated with the models it supports. For instance, the company estimates that a 2015 FLS Softail Slim would cost $780 more in certain regions if it features an optional anti-lock braking system installed and $400 more with an anti-theft alarm installed. The 2010 Iron 883 would cost an additional $560 with an alarm installed, while the 2001 Fat Boy Softail would cost an additional $280 with a fuel injection system added. Kelley Blue Book also provides mileage and condition estimates relevant to each model on its site.

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