Someone out there will have bought one, put few miles on it and need cash
in a hurry. Lots of common reasons for this .... lost job, divorce, accident. When that bike comes along, That is your man. But be ready to pounce with CASH. A good deal on the Tenere' will be snapped up quickly. Cash talks.
The above is good advice only if the price *significantly* below new. In my experience those who sell desirable nearly new used bikes are basically trying to get all their money back, and ask only a few hundred less than new. For a few hundred saved you risk unknown bodgery, abuse, skipped service (ask for records) and being the red headed orphan child at all the dealerships, including the one where it was originally bought....