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Selling your Harley-Davidson

It always hurts a little when you’re about to sell your motorcycle. You have probably taken your motorcycle to many different places and that can be hard to let go of. Sometimes, however, it’s just time for something new. When you are about to sell your Harley-Davidson, you of course want it to end up in good hands. It is also nice for the new owner to make sure everything is in order. That is why we have collected a number of things that you should do when you are selling your Harley-Davidson.

Find a good new owner

There are several ways to sell a motorcycle. You can sell it to someone you know personally, or you can put it on the Internet. When you sell it to someone you’re familiar with then you know that the motorcycle is in good hands. When you put the motorcycle on the Internet, however, you don’t always know who you’re dealing with. That’s why it’s a good idea to schedule an appointment with the potential buyer before you finalize the deal. When you have a good feeling about the buyer then you can sell your motorcycle with no worries. That way you know the motorcycle has a good new owner and that can help you let go off the motorcycle easier.

Make sure everything is in order

It is nice for the new owner to make sure that everything about the motorcycle is in order before you sell it. So make sure that you replace defective parts with Harley-Davidson OEM parts so that you definitely give the buyer what you promise them. When you use good parts to replace the old parts then the lifespan of the motorcycle will be longer. If you can’t manage to replace parts yourself, it’s a good idea to take the motorcycle to the mechanic before selling it. When everything on the motorcycle is in order then you can also ask more money for the motorcycle. This is of course advantageous for you and convenient for the buyer. So that’s a win-win situation!

Be honest

When you sell your Harley-Davidson, it’s important to be honest. Clearly state how many miles you have driven on the motorcycle, which parts have been replaced and why you are selling the motorcycle. When you are honest, buyers are more likely to trust you and this helps with the sale. That’s good to know if you are going to sell your motor.