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How do you find the NADA value of a motorcycle?

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To find the NADA value of a motorcycle, visit NadaGuides.com, click on Motorcycles and click the Start Here button under the Motorcycle and Powersports Prices heading. Enter the ZIP Code, choose the motorcycle manufacturer, select the year and body style, click the motorcycle model, select the options and click continue.

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If the manufacturer of the motorcycle in question is not on the partial list, click the arrow on the drop-down menu to view the complete list of motorcycle manufacturers.

The motorcycle values on the NADA website include the Suggested List Price, Low Retail and the Average Retail. The Suggested List Price is the manufacturer's list price of a brand new motorcycle. The Low Retail Value is the price of a motorcycle that has cosmetic damage and needs minor repairs but still runs safely. The Average Retail Value is the cost of a motorcycle that is in good working condition, free of dents and dings, with an average odometer reading. In addition to motorcycle values, the NADA website lists the specifications of each motorcycle.

Compare the prices and technical specifications, including the engine, transmission, brakes and suspension, of up to three different motorcycles by clicking on the Compare link on the Values results page.

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