Although Victory’s still offering the same basic cruisers for 2014, there are a few additions and subtractions to the lineup, as well as to price tags.
It seems the models the Ness family worked on last year (Cory Ness Cross Country Tour, Zach Ness Cross Country, Ness Vision) have been replaced with a single bike, the Ness Cross Country (MSRP $25,299). It has blacked-out this, chromed-out that, custom paint, it’s a limited edition, etc., etc.; you can find more details here.
The Hard-Ball bagger also appears to be gone, replaced by the blacked-out Cross Roads 8-BALL ($17,599); you can also slap down $23,099 plus PDI, freight and taxes and walk away with a Cross Country Factory Custom Paint edition.
Victory is selling a Cross Country 8-BALL for $19,799, and there’s also a new 15th Anniversary Cross Country Tour Limited Edition for $32,999.
Of course, these bikes are based around the same models Victory already had in the lineup, so there’s not much new here. Most of the lineup gets small tweaks, like new paint or a different headlight, but nothing that’s going to shock and awe you.
There were some sharp price drops with some of Victory’s lineup, though; the most impressive is the Jackpot, which dropped $2,600 to $17,599. Close behind, the High Ball dropped $2,300 to $13,499. The Boardwalk dropped $400, to $16,499.
The rest of the lineup saw price hikes. The Vegas 8-BALL is up $120 to $13,749, the Hammer 8-BALL climbed $150 to $15,799, the Judge jumped $100 to $15,399 and the Cross Roads Classic is up $100 to $19,699.
The Cross Country is up $200 to $20,899, the Vision Tour went up $100 to $22,999 and the Cross Country Tour’s price tag rose $250 to $24,749.
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[…] the High Ball moved quite a bit more. It was originally supposed to sell for $13,499 after seeing a huge price drop last year (down $2,300). Now it’s priced at $14,999 or $15,999, depending which paint option […]