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Buyer's Guide For The Cheapest Motorcycles

Chaparral Motorsports
September 28, 2010

Are you searching on eBay for an affordable, used motorcycle because you think a new motorcycle is too expensive? Review our motorcycle buyer's guide to the cheapest motorcycles available in the United States to find an affordable option to solve your two- wheel "itch."

There are 5 affordable options for cheap motorcycles.

2010 Kawasaki Ninja® 250R

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MSRP: $3,999

The Ninja 250R has always been a great place for beginning riders to get started, but modern sportbike technology means the littlest Ninja is a great choice for more experienced riders as well - especially ones experienced at getting the most for their motorcycle dollar

2010 Hyosung GV250

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MSRP: $3,899

The 2010 GV250 is better than ever! Featuring new electronic fuel injection, improved intake and exhaust efficiency and improved riding position. The very popular GV250 manages to stay below the $4,000 mark.

2010 Suzuki GZ250

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MSRP: $3,999

Ready to roll in classic cruiser style? Experience the comfort and thrill of an authentic cruiser the moment you plant yourself on the low seat, stretch your legs forward, and meld with the long, low line of the GZ250. Then discover true riding pleasure, thanks to easy handling, superb comfort, and Suzuki's renowned quality and reliability

2010 Kymco Quannon 150

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="250"]2010 Kymco Quannon 150 2010 Kymco Quannon 150[/caption]

MSRP: $2,999

The New 2010 KYMCO Quannon 150 is an entry level motorcycle with sportbike styling that offers big performance in a affordable package. It's racy, lightweight design and low 31 inch seat height makes it a real flat-footed confidence builder that's fun to ride and frugal to own.

2011 Yamaha V Star 250

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MSRP: $4,049

Plenty of torque, smooth roll-on power, lightweight and a seat just 27 inches from the pavement make the V Star 250 super-nimble and maneuverable in an affordable package.

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