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Should I Buy A Victory Motorcycle 2017

Should I Buy A Victory Motorcycle 2017 >>

For $13,499, with delivery charges extra, the Victory HighBall was a lot of bike at the price. For 2016, the motorcycle was only offered in a Suede Black with white graphics on the tank, but for 2017, they added another orange color for choice.

Years after its introduction, the 2017 Victory Vision is still a striking motorcycle to behold, with styling like nothing else on the road. Retro-futuristic, this flagship of the Touring line hits the curb at an imposing 867 pounds. Conversely, with a 26.5-inch seat height and comfortable ergonomics, the Vision is easier to ride than it looks. The 18-inch front tire offers a nice footprint while the 16-inch rear is wide and steady. The strong Freedom 106 V-twin means that the 2017 Victory Vision is no slouch, in spite of its heft, and a rigid cast aluminum frame and air-adjustable rear shock means the handling it up to snuff. ABS, cruise control, and a power windshield are standard, as they should be on a Touring class bike. The Gloss Black 2017 Victory Vision has an MSRP of $21,099, and Victory gets another $1000 if you go with the Gloss Blue Fire paint scheme (shown).

There is more money to be made selling Indian t-shirts, than selling victory motorcycles. I hate to see them go away, I had hopes of them building a motorcycle when the 156 project came along. Maybe some thing will come out of the flat tracker Indain.

Victory Motorcycles was an American motorcycle manufacturer with its final assembly facility in Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, northwestern Iowa, United States. It began production of its vehicles in 1998, and began winding down operations in January 2017 to be succeeded by the revived traditional American motorcycle brand Indian, which is (since 2011) owned by parent company Polaris Industries.

In 2011 Polaris Industries (the parent company of Victory motorcycle) purchased the rights to Indian Motorcycle and so it was, the beginning of the end for Victory. The dealers who sold Victory Motorcycles were the hardest hit by the news. In fact, the news came in the worst way possible, and with no prior warning, the Polaris team decided to announce the news to its dealers via a faxed press release. On January 9th, 2017 Polaris began winding down the production of Victory Motorcycles.

So, Harley and Victory are two companies that are known for making wonderful bikes. Their motorcycles are pretty much alike in terms of design and they are not at all bad. But we want to find out which bikes are the best. Unfortunately, if you want a new bike, you should only go for Harleys because Victory seized production in 2017 and hasn't yet announced their comeback to the market.

Victory Motorcycles is the company that was created in 1997 to compete directly with HD and other brands that produced American-style bikes. But in 2017 the company seized production due to problems with financing from Polaris Inc, the main contributor. Victory motorcycles tried hard to provide the best technologies for their potential buyers.

You shouldn't think that the Harleys are the best motorcycles in the world because they don't make all kinds of bikes. But if we compare their models with Victory, the choice may seem obvious. But there is one important thing - the price.

Now you know everything you need to know about Victory and Harley motorcycles. It's not obvious which one you should choose. We know for sure that Victory is a decent choice but still, Harley motorcycles are very good and they form severe competition. Harley is the history of American-style motorbikes, so we would still prefer them if the price difference wasn't too big.

But of course, it all depends on what you can find for sale. If you find a Victory motorcycle in wonderful condition and with minimal mileage on the clock, you should just buy it. This bike is going to present joyful moments to you for years ahead. 59ce067264


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