Sell Your Bike

Sell Your Bike

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How Much is My Motorcycle Worth?

Whether you’re looking to trade-in your bike toward a new motorcycle, or you’re wanting to sell your bike for cash, you’re likely asking yourself, “What’s my motorcycle worth?” Lawless Harley-Davidson®’s value your trade tool can help you determine what you can get for your motorcycle. Use our handy tool above, and then reach out to our finance department for more information about selling your bike in the Chicago, IL area.

What’s My Motorcycle Worth?

Finding out how much your motorcycle is worth is as simple as filling out the form above. You’ll just need to include some basic information, such as bike make, model, model year, and the VIN, which can often be found to the right of the headstock tube. You’ll also need to include mileage and condition information, as well as upload some photos for an accurate estimate. Lastly, you’ll need to share your contact information so one of our professionals can be in touch with you!

How to Sell a Motorcycle

Once you have an estimate, you may be wondering how to sell a motorcycle. If you go with Lawless Harley-Davidson®, you’ll simply need to bring a copy of your estimate, your title, keys, and ID. Then you can choose whether to apply the value to a new bike or to sell for cash, and we’ll complete the necessary paperwork. The other option is to place ads for your bike to attract a private buyer. However, selling at a dealership offers some notable advantages, such as:

  • Saves Time- You can complete your dealer sale or trade-in on the same day while selling privately can take much longer.
  • Less Hassel- Instead of managing multiple appointments, you can bring in your bike and items mentioned above and let us handle the rest.
  • Saves Money- In most states, you can save money on sales tax. That’s because when you trade-in your bike, you’re only paying tax on the difference between the applied trade-in value and the new bike cost, as opposed to paying taxes on the full cost of your new bike.

Find Out More About How to Sell a Motorcycle Today

If you have additional questions about selling your bike, or the estimates provided by our value your trade tool, reach out to us in Scott City!