I think that is enough, even though hours are exceptionally low. I'd be checking it over close to be sure I believed the hour meter. Pins should be 99% tight. should be no wear on seat or on hand grips.
Hi flow is a option, all loaders will have a button that say hi flow, but most don't have the option, but if you have a use for it and it is a hi flow it adds a several hundred bucks in resale at least.
I guess I got a good buy on my 00 773 (no turbo) with heat 1500 hours, western snow blade, bobcat pallet fork, 66” smooth bucket with bite bar and a 72” smooth. 14100 in fall of 04, figured 3 extra attachments worth 1500 to 2k.
But I bought no reserve it at online auction, and I was prepared to go just over 15k Someone else had it at 14 and I hit it right at the end and no one else was in there, so I guess I got a little lucky. But I took my chances and have no regrets.
I've put about 500 US back into it in the last 500 hours. Its a nice machine to use
I'm going to go on a limb and say 15K tops, with the low hours, because its 6 years old, and time takes the value away regardless of hours, but if your buying it to keep forever, the hours should be more important to you and the overall condition.
But your banker and the next buyer (if you sell in the near future) won't allow much for that. 17k sounds like a dealer price