Age doesn't matter so much up here in Ontario, but damage does. Dealers prefer to sell used bikes that can pass a safety check with little to no work needed. If they do take a bike with damage, they will offer significantly less as it will most likely be sold "as is" or go to auction. If trading in is the route you want to take, it may actually be more cost effective to repair it prior to trading it in.
I have a 2019 ZX6R, Kawasaki changed a few things cosmetically this year. The front end/tachometer are definitely different. Will 2013-2018 parts mechanically/cosmetically fit on the 2019/2020 years? The tank/stator casing in particular.
Can someone help?
Bike runs excellently when starts, battery voltage is fine, I have taken to Kawasaki dealer and they replaced the camshaft positioning sensor—this is what the machine told them to do, that was replaced and the bikes symptoms remained the same. Paid another independent guy and...
It only took 7+ years but I'm back on a ninja. After 30k miles on the Harley I was starting to miss the speed. I recently spent some time trying to find another 05/06 636. Most were too far from me or were heavily over priced. So today I found a deal on a 2019 ZX6. Happy to be back.