Click on "motorcycles" and the models can easily be compared.
All the cruisers are built on the same chassis. The steel Vegas chassis.
The Hammer and Jackpot models have a wider swingarm and fat 250mm wide rear tires.
The Hammer has the inverted fork and 18" wheels on both ends.
The Jackpot has a conventional fork and 21" front wheel.
The rest of the cruisers range from 180 to 140mm wide rear tires. The differences between them are cosmetics, ergonomics, wheel diameters/types.
The Cross bikes are all built on the same chassis. The most basic Cross bike is the Cross Roads. Stepping up to the Cross Country gives you a fairing, larger painted bags, stereo... Stepping up to the Cross Country Tour gives you hard lowers and a tour pack/trunk.
The Vision is on it's own chassis.
8-Ball bikes are blacked out and basic, lower cost versions.
Ness bikes wear a bunch of Ness accessories and have custom paint. All the upgrades are cosmetic.
All the bikes use the same drive train. There are supposed differences in the camshafts between the steel framed bikes and the tourers... but aside from a minor difference in the tuning, the drive trains are identical.
Personally, of the cruisers I would prefer the Hammer 8-Ball for function and the Jackpot for looks.
Of the Baggers, I'd take the Cross Roads 8-Ball because it's basic and I could dress it to suit me, but I'm not a gadget guy.
In my opinion, their best offerings were the Kingpin and the Vision 8-Ball... both are no longer in the line-up.
2006 Victory Kingpin
Lloydz 116" Stroker/Big Bore, .495 Cams, Torque Tubes Airbox,
RPW Thor Pipe, Lloydz ECU Flash, PC-III, PTS (-2), Rivera
Primo Clutch Spring, 31 Tooth Pulley w/Buell Belt.