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2010 Victory new models

2010 Victory Cross Country

Rider Contributor
September 15, 2009
Filed under Cruiser + Touring Motorcycle Reviews, Victory Motorcycle Reviews

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Review by Reg Kittrelle
[This 2010 Victory new models preview was originally featured in American Rider magazine]

Victory obviously fell behind in its memo reading. Specifically, the one that outlined how this is a bad year, economically, to be rocking any boats, and that the best strategy is to just hunker down, introduce some “bold new graphics” on their 2010 models and wait until next year to introduce anything really new. Seemingly blind to this conventional wisdom, Victory has plunged forward and introduced several very significant new models for 2010.

We’ve seen the motorcycles, sat on ’em, and prodded about their various bits and pieces, but we won’t be able to ride them until after this goes to press. In the meantime, check out all the new Victory models at www.polarisindustries.com and www.americanrider.com.

2010 Victory Cross Roads

2010 Victory Cross Roads

2010 Victory Cross Roads
106 cubic inches, 92 horsepower, 109 pounds-feet torque, 6-speeds, 6.0-gallon gas tank, very large saddlebags. Price: $15,999 (black). Quick impression: A serious Harley Road King stalker.

2010 Victory Vision 8-Ball

2010 Victory Vision 8-Ball


2010 Victory Vision 8-Ball

106 cubic inches, 92 horsepower, 109 pounds-feet torque, 6-speeds, 5.8-gallon gas tank. Price: $17,999 (black). Quick impression: All the style with no bells and whistles; you add what you want.

2010 Victory Jackpot Cory Ness Signature Model

2010 Victory Jackpot Cory Ness Signature Model


2010 Victory Jackpot Cory Ness Signature Model
106 cubic inches, 97 horsepower, 113 pounds-feet torque, 6-speeds, 4.5-gallon gas tank. Price: Victory’s secret. Quick impression: Subtle as a brick through a window. Be prepared to be the center of attention.

2010 Victory Cross Country

2010 Victory Cross Country

 


2010 Victory Cross Country

106 cubic inches, 92 horsepower, 109 pounds-feet torque, 6-speeds, 5.8-gallon gas tank, very large saddlebags. Price: $17,999 (black). Quick impression: The Main Event, Cross Roads vs. Harley Street Glide.

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