2013 ZX14 for sale

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Buy & Sell - S.E. Asia' started by coxyboy, Jan 9, 2015.

  1. 2013 ZX14 for sale. 17,000kms on the clock, immaculate condition. Well looked after and runs like new. Asking 620,000 baht for stock or 720,000 with all the extras.

    Bike was imported from the USA and registered with green book.


    Insurance, brand new Pirelli tyres (15,000 baht), Akrapovic Full System (98,000 baht), Blaze Panniers and tank bag (20,000), Rizoma brake and clutch reservoir, Galfer SBK full floating rotors (30,000), goodridge braided brake hoses, brembo M4 calipers (19,000), brembo RCS19 master cylinder (9,800), brembo RCS16 hydraulic clutch (11,000), R&G crash protectors, R&G radiator and exhaust grill, R&G frame plugs and bar ends, Vortex rearsets, Vortex gas cap, Rizoma Lux grips.

    Would love to keep it but need the parking space for my soon to be BMW GSA.

    Click on the link for photo.

    email: [email protected]
    tel: 0818612363
    Line ID: rogercoxx
  2. Hi Still have Your Bike ? Color
  3. Quite overpriced. I bought mine ZX14 brand new in Japan and shipped to Thailand. THB 720,000, import taxes paid.
  4. Yes bike is still for sale.
  5. Hello all ,Im new to the forum. I am from Toronto Canada .I also own a 2010 zx14 also. I am thinking of bringing it here and leaving it at my wife,s family place in Korat.I have been coming to Thailand everyear since 2000. Now I would like to ride here as well .
    I would like to buy the new 2015 zx14R either later this year or next year. In Canada I bought my zx14 for 400,000 THB. The new zx14r goes for about 600.000 THB. I am checking on the current shipping costs and taxes for the 2010.

    Anyways I have rented bikes here before , CB900F , and a few 750.. but only for a short time.

    Since I am in Korat now and will return this November and again in April 2016, I thought about hooking up with some riders , and checking out this web site.

    Nice to see some pics of the local scenery!!
  6. Buy local - legal registered.
    Sorry, but you can't outsmart the system, otherwise hundreds of Thais, who know the law / system/ culture - would be bringing bikes in on the cheap.
    It's a fantasy to think you can beat the system.

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