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‘17 Nautique 200 what is it worth?

SpuddySpuddy Posts: 171 Baller
2017 Nautique 200 OB
ZR4 6.0 L
Overall very good condition
1150 hours
Trailer

What is your best estimate as to what a fair price is?

Comments

  • dave2balldave2ball Posts: 788 Crazy Baller
    edited January 31
    @Spuddy with out pictures it would be hard to say. Is the boat in good condition are there tears in the upholstery? Options, any gel coat damage? To really give a good market value more information may be needed. Just off of what is information given 55-60K or so.
    Spuddy
  • The_MSThe_MS Posts: 6,094 Member of the BallOfSpray Hall Of Fame
    What you need to base it on is the price you will be able to sell it for in 2 years with 1500 or more hours on it. Do you want to be the one that eats all the depreciation?
    Shut up and ski
    Spuddy
  • SpuddySpuddy Posts: 171 Baller
    @dave2ball in very good condition overall, no dings in gel coat or tears/nicks in interior.
  • SpuddySpuddy Posts: 171 Baller
    @The_MS i know I won’t put that many on it in 2 years, at best I may add 100.
  • SpuddySpuddy Posts: 171 Baller



    jimski
  • SpuddySpuddy Posts: 171 Baller
    @dave2ball photos added
  • dave2balldave2ball Posts: 788 Crazy Baller
    @Spuddy i would say around 50K with a trailer. It’s a standard edition but it is a progressive color scheme which is an option. Looks clean. That’s my 2 cents. Look an ski it again or only inboards to get what the market is doing on 200. But do your homework educate your self so you know what is fair or a great price. But don’t wait too long. It will not be there long. 200 are very popular now.
    Spuddy
  • SpuddySpuddy Posts: 171 Baller
    Yeah that’s what I am thinking is a fair price as well. Thanks for the input.
  • dbaconazdbaconaz Posts: 107 Baller
    I would agree, somewhere around that 50k mark.
    Spuddy
  • jjackkrashjjackkrash Posts: 846 Crazy Baller
    Ask for more and see. Covid boat prices and all. There is very little boat supply right now and it never hurts to ask.
    Spuddy
  • SpuddySpuddy Posts: 171 Baller
    Thanks for all the insight, I am in no rush I know the market is on the very high side right now but I don’t think it will last forever. And you’re right does not hurt to ask.
  • jimskijimski Posts: 588 Crazy Baller
    That’s a beauty.hours mean nothing depending on how it’s been serviced.
    The market is high right now.
    It’s worth what you want to pay for it and the same goes when you sell it
    Spuddy
  • 6balls6balls Posts: 5,567 Mega Baller
    My two cents is you want a long-term boat here if you buy this one. You put another 300 on it and try to sell it for $30K plus down the road with 1500 hours that gets tough. If you want it short-term I'd pass. If you want it 10 years go enjoy the hell out of it and live with the inevitalbe depreciation.
    Dave Ross--die cancer die
    AndreZman
  • SpuddySpuddy Posts: 171 Baller
    @6balls oh for sure the long haul, I’ve had my current boat for 17 years and put about 675 hours on it (I’m in Canada so limited season) the boat before that was 9 years years so this one would be 10 plus easy.
  • jjackkrashjjackkrash Posts: 846 Crazy Baller
    I thought you were a seller, hence my "ask for more" comment. But the sentiment still goes. I would not have said $50k for an 1100 hour '17 200 this time last year, but there is very little inventory right now and its tough to tell when inventory levels will stabilize.
    Spuddy
  • bananaronbananaron Posts: 465 Crazy Baller
    @Spuddy I have bought and sold many boats the last several yrs and have dealt with many different buyers and sellers.For what its worth I have found out that many buyers do not want a boat with over 1000 hrs on it and forsake a 17 model.Your boat looks fantastic and I would personally buy as I know from my contacts and info gathered over the yrs this boat is just broke in.These boats if maintained will last for many more hrs.I feel the general buying public is not informed about how long these boats last and they get scared with a boat when it hits a 1000 hrs. I bought a 2009 196 with 1100 hrs in 2019 that was mint condition and very well maintained for a great price and it has turned out to be a fabulous ski boat.However it was on the mkt for a long time before I bought it and I am sure it was the hrs.I would never be afraid to buy a boat with high hrs however from my experience they are more difficult ro sell.Thes buyers need to be educated about how these boats last a long time if maintained.In fact I would rather have a well maintained boat with higher hrs then a boat with very low hrs that was not used at all.These boats are meant to be used.Good luck I am sure in this mkt someone will buy it as its difficult to find clean boats...........
    Ron Engblom Brainerd lakes,minnesota
    Spuddy
  • SpuddySpuddy Posts: 171 Baller
    @bananaron thank you for the feedback just to clear it up I’m looking to purchase and and really trying to get a gauge of a fair market price. These boats are very solid and I know it had a lot of years left in it.
  • slowslow Posts: 441 Crazy Baller
    Were the 5.6 liters around then. If so how much of a premium would pay for a 6 liter.
  • 6balls6balls Posts: 5,567 Mega Baller
    @slow in the depreciated market it probably doesn't matter which engine. With the high hours and what @bananaron says which is correct, perhaps you can get a good price.
    Dave Ross--die cancer die
    Spuddyslow
  • swc5150swc5150 Posts: 2,473 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    FWIW, there are some nice late model Prostars out there with far less hours, and price points starting with a 4. With that, there's no way I could drop $50+ on an 1,100 hour 200, but that's just one guy's opinion.
    Scott Calderwood
    SpuddyAndre
  • KelvinKelvin Posts: 1,254 Mega Baller
    @spuddy, I got a great deal on a 2011 200 with just over 1000 hours on it back in 2012. Used it for 8 years and put another 800+ relatively trouble free hours on it. I don't regret the decision to buy it at all, but it did take over 1 year to sell it and the pandemic certainly helped to get it sold last summer.

    I have 2 more 2010 200s that have been repowered and the hour meters are showing the overall age of the boats (one is approaching 3000 hours). I do realize these will be difficult to sell when the time comes, but I have no plans on selling either one of them any time soon and both are mechanically sound.
    Kelvin Kelm, Lakes of Katy, Katy Texas
    Spuddy
  • WindsurfnutWindsurfnut Posts: 161 Baller
    Sent you a PM. That dealership has some very "interesting" sales tactics.
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