AMA & Black Book Launch Motorcycle Value App

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Android and iPhone Motorcycle Value App

What’s your 2001 Kawasaki KLR650 worth? What about that 2004 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Classic you spot on the side of the road with a for-sale sign?

Now you can find out right from your iPhone or Android device, thanks to a new app from the American Motorcyclist Association and AMA Corporate Member Black Book.

The AMA Motorcycle Value Guide powered by Black Book is an easy-to-use mobile phone app for iOS and Android devices that leverages the full power of the Black Book Motorcycle and Powersports Value Guide. The app is available now in the iTunes App Store and Android Marketplace for $1.99.

Grant Parsons (AMA Communications & Marketing Director) says: “If you want to avoid the anxiety of paying too much for a used motorcycle, or getting too little for yours, arm yourself with the objective data available in the AMA Motorcycle Value Guide powered by Black Book. The prices in the app are based on real sales, and that offers both buyers and sellers confidence and peace of mind.”

The AMA Motorcycle Value Guide powered by Black Book includes comprehensive value information on virtually all motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, dirtbikes, scooters, personal watercraft, jet boats and snowmobiles produced since 1981. The guide, updated monthly, includes the current retail values, a condition-based trade-in value, as well as the original MSRP.

Ricky Beggs (Black Book) says: “Motorcyclists deserve to have the most up-to-date market driven motorcycle value information on the planet at their fingertips when they buy or sell used bikes. We’re excited to work with the AMA to offer this new service to AMA members and others.”

To download the AMA Motorcycle Value Guide powered by Black Book, search for it in the iTunes App Store or the Android Marketplace.


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