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What is your opinion on fair pricing for a like new condition HS928TAS? 1 owner unit, claimed to have less than 10 hours total (and looks like it), towards the end of the manufacturing run so it's newer but exact year unknown, 2013/2014 maybe. It's in New England for reference.

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I think those machines have held onto their value. I'd jump on that one asap! Start out with $1800 and expect to go up a bit. The older machines have quite a big fan base here. I'm no expert on price, but I do know that those older machines are superior.
 
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What is your opinion on fair pricing for a like new condition HS928TAS? 1 owner unit, claimed to have less than 10 hours total (and looks like it), towards the end of the manufacturing run so it's newer but exact year unknown, 2013/2014 maybe. It's in New England for reference.

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This time of year like Miles said $1800. Wait until it snows and post at $2100-2250 . You may get it. Thats what they go for around here anyways in winter. ( Lake Tahoe ) Start high and then reduce price if necessary.
 

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This time of year like Miles said $1800. Wait until it snows and post at $2100-2250 . You may get it. Thats what they go for around here anyways in winter. ( Lake Tahoe ) Start high and then reduce price if necessary.
I am the potential buyer not the seller, he's at 2200 at the moment, will try to get it lower.
 

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I am the potential buyer not the seller, he's at 2200 at the moment, will try to get it lower.
Have you seen in person? Do you know what to look at? I see ads all the time saying 20 hours or less. But from pictures it's a lot more. But could be truth. Personal inspection needed.

If it does have 10 hours or less there is no harm in offering 1800 cash and go up if needed. A new one is how much? $2599 plus taxes? Plus you get a 3 year warranty.

However if this is a K model I would seriously consider this one. K models have this flare on back of bucket for skids and a couple other differences. If this is a 928TAS then thats electric start which is also nice. you could get serial number and call Honda to get year built. But I always give more weight to condition rather than age.
 

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That's a K model with electric start!! looks really nice. This time of year he may be ready to negotiate a little. Is he moving? what is reason for selling? I would give it a thorough inspection and drive it F/R etc.

These go for 2000-2250 all day long around here. Have even seen higher prices once the snow flies.

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That's a K model with electric start!! looks really nice. This time of year he may be ready to negotiate a little. Is he moving? what is reason for selling? I would give it a thorough inspection and drive it F/R etc.

These go for 2000-2250 all day long around here. Have even seen higher prices once the snow flies.

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Good to know.. as far as reason for selling, sounds like he inherited the machine and doesn't really have a use for it..
 

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What is your opinion on fair pricing for a like new condition HS928TAS? 1 owner unit, claimed to have less than 10 hours total (and looks like it), towards the end of the manufacturing run so it's newer but exact year unknown, 2013/2014 maybe. It's in New England for reference.

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I just picked up a HSS928A track for $1800. I think that's a pretty good deal.
 

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Its all about condition condition condition condition.....I have seen 2 year old HSS928's used commercially that is JUNK. I would only pay several hundred for the parts .
For a HSS928 that has only been used 4 months ( if true ) the price is close to right.
 
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