$1500 under NADA!!!
DCT automatic transmission
The CRF1000L looks like a big rally bike, ready to chase the horizon at full throttle, trailed by a cloud of dust. Its wide, flat seat is a lofty 34.3 inches above the ground (or 33.5 inches in the low position; the accessory low seat is 33.1/32.3 inches), with plenty of room to move around and firm, supportive foam. For my tall frame the seating position was nearly ideal: slim between the knees, generous legroom and a modest reach to the bars when sitting or standing. The small windscreen isn’t adjustable, but it punches a good-sized hole in the air and small cutouts reduce turbulence in the cockpit. Wind-blocking hand guards, a small skid plate and a rear rack are standard, but for heated grips, a centerstand, 12V socket and other farkles you’ll need to consult the accessory catalog. Hard-sided 30- and 40-liter saddlebags and a 38-liter topbox will also be available.