I bought my 2004 in November in Buffalo, NY.
I was watching the market for them in my area for about a year before,
and ever since. I was looking in that price range.
Since then I have never seen more than 2 or 3 FJR's at a time for sale on my local Craigslist.
I search a Tri-State area (New York, Ohio & Pennsylvania)
I just did the same thing in your local craigslist.
Be sure to type in "FJR 1300" & "FJR1300"
(note the space between the FJR and the 1300)
I found (2) 2007's and (1) 2004 under "FJR1300"
I found (1) 2005 under "FJR 1300" and that was the one you are looking at, I believe.
Some have higher milage, one has mismatched bags, and one doesn't have the milage listed.
The asking price seems consistent with your area.
Blue Book on yours at KBB is $5,510.
Walking away at less than KBB or $5,000 would be sweet.
All the recent service will save you money:
"Fork seals redone very recently. Coolant change and oil change recent. Dunlop roadsmarts tires are fairly new. Also replaced battery about a month ago."
People in your area ride year round.
I believe that 17,000 miles is really low for that bike in your area.
I'd think they'd all have 60,000 to 100,000 on them in New Mexico.
When we buy older vehicles, condition and milage is everything.
Accessories are more of a bonus to you than the seller.
If it's in great condition except for the cracked fairing,
and you can get it for Blue Book or less, you are doing good.
That fairing is probably cracked at the mounts/tabs and out of sight.
If so you can have that repaired on the backside.
There's videos on Youtube.
I just bought a 2005 lower right fairing in Cobalt blue for $100 shipped.
Now I have to get it painted 2004 Cerulean Silver. LOL
If you ride it, I'll bet ya $20 somewhere in the first 100 feet you say,
"Holy smokes, how smooth!"
And then a few seconds later when you open the throttle a bit,
you'll forget everything everybody said here.