Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: Central Illinois
So far I really don't think that Victory understands just what they are dealing with. Minor problems lend themselves to the simplistic approach that a thing is cosmetic and not a warranty issue. On the other hand a safety issue does not fall into that category. When my wife decides that my death due to a manufacturing defect is Polaris' responsibility and files suit to that effect, it will cost Victory more than fixing each and every Vision whether they file suit or not.
If the lawyers were actually earning their pay, they would tell Victory to quit trying to avoid responsibility and offer to fix any issues that may arise. That would not only put them in a better legal position but would reduce the number of frivolous claims that they need to deal with. I am not a lawyer but that is how I see it. Meanwhile, as a Vision owner, count me in on any class action suit even though I have yet to experience the failures. After all, who knows when the failures will happen?
Present ride - 2013 Victory Vision, black, ATW at +3, Lloydz air filter and adjustable intake, PC5, 30,xxx miles