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2012 Kawasaki Teryx 750 help on price

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Hey there Im new to UTVs have had quads my whole life, but been looking for a bit for one. Have a one owner Teryx 2012 750 red. 400 hrs and 2400 miles. completely stock unit. they are wanting 5699 for it. I have been looking at new and used in almost every brand including a couple china ones. anyone know if this is a decent price on this? how long do these usually go for? are the miles and hours somewhat normal

thanks so much for yall helping me out in advance.

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