Pick of the Ads - Kawasaki ZX-6R

Kawasaki ZX-6R has good, low mileage and appears to be in good condition from what we can see in the photos
Every week we scour the thousands of ads online at Bennetts Free Classifieds to find the bikjes we'd like to buy! This week we found a nice little Kawasaki ZX-6R for £2000.


WE SAY:

Early ZX-6R would make a decent and exciting weekend bike or a quick and capable everyday commuter. The owner says they’re getting rid of it because of lack of use, It’s sad to see any bike not being used but from what we can see in the pictures this looks like a pretty clean, original bike and if it’s had a new front tyre, a service and new brake pads then even better. Early 6-R’s are way more comfortable and bigger than new ones too so it should be good on a long run. An exciting, capable and very fast 600 for the money.


THE AD SAYS:

Kawasaki ZX-6R, £2000, 1999 (T reg), 599cc, 23900 miles, Green

For sale due to lack of use, bike has been serviced by motorcycle dealer on 5/11/12 and has not been used since. Over £300 spent has had new front tyre and front pads. New spark plugs and oil filter. Rear tyre is like new was fitted early last year. This is a very clean bike for its age and sad to see it go. This bike has never let me down and very smooth to ride. Bike is data tagged. £2000 ono make an offer. Call: 01388-748775 or 07851-011130.

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