A lot will depend on the physical condition. For example, does it look sun faded or out in weather? Condition of tires? Maintenance records? How do the fluids look? Stator problems in the past and fixed?
Without really knowing the condition of the bike, I'd prolly start at the NADA and negotiate from there. However, there have been cases of folks buying from a distance or sit unseen and regretting it. I'd be more inclined to find a bike in good condition, checked out and then consider making an offer.
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