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My name is Sam G.
I am 20 years old
I live in Oklahoma
I ride a 2006 Suzuki Boulevard
I have come here looking for second opinions on buying a bike from a licensed dealer that is a few years old with 1 mile on it. Any input would be appreciated.
 

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Thanks Hog, this is the first motorcycle forum I've joined and look forward to seeing what it's all about.
 

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Welcome!
Buying a leftover bike is nothing unusual, it can be a great deal as long as the price is right! I bought my 2016 late in 2017 that way, it was greatly discounted, with 3 or 4 miles on it.
Do look into the warranty, does it start the day you buy the bike (the bike is sold as new) or is the bike technically used and the warranty is already gone. That may make a big difference in the value and affect the price.
 

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I'm an okie too! Hope we learn plenty from this forum so we can pass the knowledge down later. Love to learn and love to keep knowledge flowing.
 

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I agree with Mike.
As long as the warranty is intact, go for it.
It's still a brand new bike.
 
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