Victory has unleashed a couple of new touring models for 2010, the Cross Country and the Cross Roads.
Both are modifications of the Vision model and are powered by the company’s air-cooled 1731 cc V-twin that produces 92 hp and 109 lb-ft of torque. It’s mated to a six-speed transmission with overdrive a belt final drive.
The Cross Country sports a fairing, while the Cross Roads is more spartan, with just a windscreen.
The frame is aluminum and forks are 43 mm units. Twin 300 mm discs reside up front, gripped by four-piston calipers, and another 300 mm disc sits in the rear wheel. Both models feature ultra-low seats at 667 mm (26.25 in).
The Cross Country carries a Canadian MSRP of $20,069 and the Cross Roads is listed at $17,839.
Victory’s unusual Vision will be available in Canada in three styles this year: a Tour model, 8-Ball, and the Arlen Ness model that started it all. All are powered by the same 1731 cc V-twin.
The Vision Tour features optional heated seats and grips, a stereo sound system, cruise control, and an electrically-adjustable windscreen.
The Vision 8-Ball features a black-out motor, shorty windscreen, a lowered seat, and rearward-positioned pegs and handlebars.
The Arlen Ness model carries a new sound system that’s MP3 compatible, a new, lower seat, a low windscreen, billet wheels, and other "custom" components.
The Vision 8-Ball starts at $20,069 Cdn, but prices don’t appear to have been set for the other two Vision models.
See www.polarisindustries.com for more on the 2010 Victories.
I saw a couple of their art deco road yachts on my road trip this year, and I have to say I loved the look.
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“Victory has unleashed a couple of new touring models for 2010, the Cross Country and the Cross Roads”
Can the cross Dresser be far behind ???