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2011 Can-Am SPYDER RS-S


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FOR SALE: 2011 Can-Am Spyder RS-S that comes in two-tone Pure Magnesium Metallic / Steel Black Metallic may not have eight legs, but it does have top-notch three-wheel stability. This bike looks LIKE NEW, as well it should with only 1011 miles on the odometer. This jewel really sparkles in the sunlight, and after a thorough inspection, we could not find a dent, ding or scratch anywhere. The seat is very comfortable for those long road trips and not a rip or tear can be found. The 990cc ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTED ENGINE has plenty of power and is very responsive when needed. The 5-speed MANUAL TRANSMISSION with REVERSE shifts smooth and firm. Features include BLACK 6 DOUBLE-SPOKE FRONT WHEELS, PAINTED FRONT SPOILER and A-ARM COVERS, CARBON BLACK ALUMINUM PARTS,RS-S GRAPHICS and a STITCHED SEAT, just to name a few. The tires, of course, look LIKE NEW for mile after mile of WORRY-FREE riding. This bike has the remainder of the factory warranty that expires 08-26-2013 or 18,650 miles on the odometer, whichever comes first. If you have never ridden a Spyder, you are in for a real treat. They are super powerful and ride super smooth! Very easy to handle and drive!! This one WILL NOT LAST LONG! Feel free to give me an email with any questions at all([email protected]). I sell it because I need the money immediately!

-location-TX

-shipping available contra cost-

-price-$7900.00

-mileage-1011

Thanks for looking,

PETER

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