How much should you ask for a used Harley-Davidson F-150?


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A 2012 Harley-Davidson Edition F-150 pickup with a SuperCab has a fair market price of between $32,000 and $35,000 as of March 2015, according Kelley Blue Book. These values give a range of fair prices for a private party sale.

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How much should you ask for a used Harley-Davidson F-150?
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The fair sale price for a specific used Ford F-150 with the Harley Davidson option package varies with the mileage and condition of the car. Prices on the lower end of the spectrum are appropriate for vehicles with high mileage or significant wear and tear, while prices on the high end are fair for examples with low miles and few cosmetic or mechanical issues. Typical mileage for a 2012 Harley-Davidson F-150 is approximately 50,000 miles.

The model year of a Harley-Davidson F-150 also influences its fair market value. The Harley-Davidson edition was only produced from 2010 to 2012, and the values of models produced in the earlier model years are significantly lower. A 2011 model-year F-150 trucks is worth approximately $5,000 less in the same condition as a 2012 model, while a 2010 F-150 loses another $3,000 to $4,000 in value. There may be exceptions for trucks in exceptional condition with very little mileage, especially if the vehicle is cared for as a collectible.

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