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I'm considering buying a 2000 Arctic Cat 400 4x4. The dealer I'm purchasing from just got it in on a trade in. The ATV has 4,100 miles on it. The body is in great shape for being 11 years old. The seat is good and the tires are about 50%. The dealer won't budge from $2,500 and I think I'm getting screwed. The KBB is $1,800 for retail. What are your thoughts good or bad deal?

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Sounds a little high to me but sometimes it's worht paying a little more for a machine that has not been abused and has been well taken care of. I would look around a little more and if you look hard enough you will find that machine that has been taken care of and for the right price, good luck!!

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The dealer is messin with you don't even buy it. You can find a better deal.

My 2 cents

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