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How much would a 02 senna be worth with about 1100 miles and it excellent condition?


-- Tony Smith (, March 14, 2003


I would say it has not lost a dime in value. There are less than fifty in the states, three hundred world wide. 25k easy, the thing is just broken in. Are you looking to buy or sell?

-- greg petersen (, March 14, 2003.

I recall that last year Sennas were actually being discounted to around $23K. However, at this point, I believe most are already sold. So, at this point, a leftover may be very close to or at MSRP.

You could probably try calling around to see how much a dealer is willing to sell their leftover Senna and base your estimates for the used on from there.

BTW, if you scroll down to around Sept to Nov threads, you'll see my post regarding left over Sennas. Those dealers MAY still have it. Also, Monroe in SF, CA has an ad for a Senne on Cycletrader.

-- Allan Gibbs (Phoenix, Arizona) (, March 14, 2003.

At the moment, Munroe only has a 02 Diamonte left, that's it. They are supposedly getting in 03's in the next few months.

-- ben kifle (, March 14, 2003.

There are NOT any Senna's leftover...thats a good thing for those of us that bought one..mines got about 2200 miles but you'd have to pry the thing outta my cold dead hands if you wanted it. I hope that all fellow Senna owners hold out and hold on to these treasures.

-- val (, March 14, 2003.

Greg im looking to buy. I found a guy that has one for sale in Colorado but i'm not sure i want to drive out there to pick up. I'm in California.

-- Tony Smith (, March 14, 2003.

Well, if you are looking to buy, it's probably too late. Like Val said, they have all been spoken for, at least state-side. A euro model would be cost prohibitive to acquire unless you got a smokin deal. Even then, you buy sight unseen. I wouldn't sell mine for 30k, I waited too long to get it. It is the most bitchin bike I have in the fleet. By the way, Val, when should I expect you and the little lady up for a visit?

-- greg petersen (, March 14, 2003.

Tony, would you be able to register the MV in CA since it does not have over 7,500 miles? Perhaps a CO P.O. Box would help you get around that.

-- Allan Gibbs (Phoenix, Arizona) (, March 15, 2003.

Allan, no i wont be able to register it.

-- Tony Smith (, March 15, 2003.

I agree with the previous post -- the MV F4 Senna has seen no depreciation from the original MSRP of $24,495. It is one of the few truly collectable motorcycles we have seen in several years. In fact, we keep ours on our showroom in the original crate. If you find one for sale, grab it and consider yourself very lucky!

-- Arun Sharma (, March 15, 2003.

dammit! you guys are so lucky.. I'm only 15. I cant wait to get my bike man! wat do u guys suggest.. 996 or MV F4????

-- Haik (, May 03, 2003.

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