Thinking about a Concours 1400
This is a discussion on Thinking about a Concours 1400 within the Concours 1400 forums, part of the Kawasaki Concours category; Originally Posted by carryall
AND, now that auto emergency braking and proximity warnings are going to be more and more common, peoples attention and driving ...
It will be a handy feature for some though to hear your car say "Warning, you just ran over a motorcycle." Then they will at least stop.
Originally Posted by carryall
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I am also looking seriously at a Connie.Do or have any of you put say 75 or 80,000 or owned one with that kind of mileage?How reliable is this bike when we're talking about putting 100 to 150,000 miles on it.I'm finding it's nothing to see an FJR with those kind of miles on it with good reports for reliability.Anyone in the market for a Muscle cruiser(M109R Suzuki)
Trent, a few on the c 14 forum have done those sort of mileages with pretty much trouble free performance.
If the bike was maintained, no big deal How many C14's with 100,000 + miles
Theres a guy on there with the name of BDF who would consider 100k barely broken in. If he had a week off from work, fun meant riding from coast to coast in three days.
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Not to mention you can do 100+ with 9 years of factory warranty. It'll do it.
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