- Are Indian Motorcycles reliable?
- Can you still get parts for Victory motorcycles?
- How many miles does a Victory motorcycle last?
- Do victory motorcycles hold their value?
- Are Victory motorcycles worth buying?
- Is victory better than Harley?
- Will Victory motorcycles come back?
- Why did they stop making Victory motorcycles?
- How long will Victory motorcycle parts be available?
Are Indian Motorcycles reliable?
Those that traded theirs in for new Indians will avow that their new rides are vastly more reliable than the old piece of crap HD they used to ride.
Then there are a few that tried Indian and went back to HD because the paint went bad or the engine “clacked”, or other somesuch..
Can you still get parts for Victory motorcycles?
Polaris says it will liquidate all Victory inventory and continue supplying parts and warranty coverage for customers for 10 years. …
How many miles does a Victory motorcycle last?
If the bike is well maintained, not a problem. In the 70-some-K miles I have been riding mine, the only problem I ever had was a voltage regulator/rectifier. There are 200,000 mile Victory motorcycles out there.
Do victory motorcycles hold their value?
The fact that Victory’s don’t have a high resale value can be a good thing. You can buy a used Victory which is just as good as a new one for a fraction of the price and you still have a bike that can hold its own or surpass anything else on the market.
Are Victory motorcycles worth buying?
They are getting a superior product at an affordable cost and wouldn’t be expecting much in retained value. Ride it for a few years then sell it off again for $3,000.00 isn’t much different than a lot of other bikes out there as far as $$$ goes.
Is victory better than Harley?
According to Consumer Reports, Victory motorcycles are somewhat more reliable than Harleys. … They have a little more power than most Harleys and they handle better than most (some Harleys have very short suspension travel and terrible lean angles).
Will Victory motorcycles come back?
No more Victory-badged bikes were made at the Iowa factory and dealers sold off existing stock. Ultimately though, Victory Motorcycles never really died. Polaris realised that the evocative Indian brand was more popular and they focused their design, development and manufacturing resources on that instead.
Why did they stop making Victory motorcycles?
On 9 January 2017, parent company Polaris Industries issued a press release announcing that they would immediately begin winding down operations of Victory Motorcycles due to struggles in establishing market share and limited profitability. The brand itself would also be discontinued.
How long will Victory motorcycle parts be available?
Polaris will continue to supply parts to support Victory motorcycles for 10 years, and the company “will assist dealers in liquidating existing inventories.”