So a friend of mine bought a brand new Cross country last year but he has had a tough time holding the weight of the bike at stops (hes quite a bit older than me). He decided to sell it last month (it had 12000mi on it) and literally sold it for just over $22K CAD (thats $17K US) speaking to a local dealer here Victories are really holding their value in our market. With all the stories of the bottom falling out on the resale of Victories down south this caught me off guard. My friend had 6 other people intrested in it as well and all were willing to pay that price.
Well Im keeping mine.
Gotta be good for sellers I suppose.
On the other hand dropping "values" make cheaper Victories for buyers.
Works both ways.
True Value is in riding not selling.
That is interesting and SURPRISING. Mostly I heard doom and gloom till I stopped listening. Honestly I would rather have them be worth less in the eyes of the masses like VicVisionBulldog says so they'd be cheap and plentiful to the informed few.
So if I decide to sell it I need to list it up there I guess. When I look here in Fla prices are kind of all over. The non baggers seem to be going kind of cheap, depending on what area your looking. The touring bikes seem to be staying higher.
2013 XCT added Jan 2015
pull back bars, passenger arm rests, HID Low beam, Silverstar Ultra headlight high beam,Drag Specialties Pillow Top seat with driver backrest. Glasspack mod Mufflers.
2009 Royal Star Venture-Traded Jan 2016