Just recently a white and gray XC was put up for sale in Tuscon for just $10k. It sold in just a few days.
Two things are going against anyone wanting to sell a bike right now. The season (weather) and economy. Contrary to what obie says; the economy is on the brink of either collapsing or turning around. It has been this way for 7+ years now.
A dealer knows he will potentially have to sit of anything he takes in for an undermined amount of time. His job is not only to make money but to sell new bikes. If he doesn't sell a certain amount of bikes, and many times the market is beyond his control, he will have to take a loss. That isn't a good business model for anyone.
Apparently Victory/Polaris puts some really difficult demands on their dealers which during good times is no big deal but during lean times is a huge deal. Things like keeping a certain number of this model or that model on the floor. They may not even get an option of what color paint jobs they get. I'm sure they can request certain colors but that doesn't mean they will get one of the better selling colors. I know that sounds shallow but it is the way it works.
In another thread someone was saying something about half the Vic dealers giving up on selling Vic's and doing business with more robust selling brands. Business people are not married to any particular brand. They are simply in the business to maximize their profits. It's why most of your sales people are clueless about the bikes they sell. They are sales people and not bikers like one would hope for.
One last thought. The more radical the paint job; the fewer amount of people will be interested in buying it.
Every see a truly amazing and radical paint job on a bike that you appreciated but would never own for yourself? It's kinda like that. The AG paint is a niche paint job. One either loves it or wouldn't have anything to do with it. I personally like it but would not buy one with that paint job at my age. I prefer a more subdued style I guess. Safety wise; the AG is a great paint job! I mean how the heck can anyone not see it!?!
Bottom line; sell it yourself and get the best return. Be prepared to wait until the market is more favorable to you. Be patient. The difference could be up to $5k in what you get for your beautiful AG XC.
You could also consider selling it online and working with someone across the country and ship it. It's done all the time these days. Heck; importer/exporters might even be interested. Don't limit yourself to one market. Think outside the box and good luck with your sale so you can get your X-1!
Sometimes we get lucky and that one person who is looking for just what you have for sale pops up. Not as rare as some people might think but isn't as common as we would like when we are the person selling. It does happen though.
Good luck and please do let us know how it all works out for you.