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Hooligan Nation August 17, 2020- why is it so hard to sell a Victory Motorcycle?
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18 Aug

Hooligan Nation August 17, 2020- why is it so hard to sell a Victory Motorcycle?

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  • Gus Train 18 Aug
    cos people want the real thing... a harley
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    • Hooligan Nation 18 Aug author
      Gus Train, Have you ever rode a victory? Or an indian?
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      • Gus Train 18 Aug
        Hooligan Nation, yes ive rode a victory and was not impressed at all. they look great but they ride like crap. no guts and sound like crap and at the end of the day, any1 who's looking at them realy want a harley but they look at them cos they cheap
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        • Hooligan Nation 18 Aug author
          Gus Train, Thats all cool. Ive owned harley, vics, suzuki, kawasaki, yamahas, hondas

          Harley was (in my opinion) the worst, slowest (by far), least reliable machine ive rode and ive never rode any harley older than a 2014. Subpar technology, and the raw numbers of harley vs vic were mind blowing. They literally had 10-15 less horse and torque than even a 2006 victory vegas. Victory had 6 of the 25 fastest cruisers and harley had one. I would never own a harley again. Incidentally, any indian made after 2015 is basically a rebranded victory, even more so after 2018

          Try out an Indian challenger- you’ll love it.

          I’ve never had any harley take any if my vics for a spin and not come back saying “holy shit, that would destroy my street glide”. Not once. But everyone has different experiences
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          • Gus Train 18 Aug
            Hooligan Nation, ueah harleys not all about speed
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            • Hooligan Nation 18 Aug author
              Gus Train, With a 27% failure rate, compared to Victory’s 17% (independent study done by consumer reports ) they weren’t about reliability, either. We actually had to start bringing a chase vehicle with a trailer on our group rides because they religiously would have at least one harley break down, usually a stator.

              I don’t personally care what anyone rides! I can find a bike by any manufacturer that i would love to ride. This weeks podcast was not about touting one brand over any other, it was simply about the experience of selling victory motorcycles, as buying and selling motorcycles is part of how i make my living.

              Gus, glad you commented! We hope you enjoyed the video and please, ride safely, ride often!
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  • Gus Train 18 Aug
    I would be interested in riding an Indian tho
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  • Hooligan Nation 18 Aug author
    Thats all cool. Ive owned harley, vics, suzuki, kawasaki, yamahas, hondas

    Harley was (in my opinion) the worst, slowest (by far), least reliable machine ive rode and ive never rode any harley older than a 2014. Subpar technology, and the raw numbers of harley vs vic were mind blowing. They literally had 10-15 less horse and torque than even a 2006 victory vegas. Victory had 6 of the 25 fastest cruisers and harley had one. I would never own a harley again. Incidentally, any indian made after 2015 is basically a rebranded victory, even more so after 2018

    Try out an Indian challenger- you’ll love it.

    I’ve never had any harley guy take any of my vics for a spin and not come back saying “holy shit, that would destroy my street glide”. Not once. But everyone has different experiences
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  • Hooligan Nation 18 Aug author
    I have no idea why that showed up twice 😂😂

    Ride safe, ride often
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  • Gus Train 19 Aug
    you know, yr absolutely right on all accounts but its still not a harley. it may be stupid for all the reasons you have said but love is love and the world is in love with harley davidson, faults and all. and they view anything els a a try hard. even tho they might be technicly a better bike.
    and that's why it's hard to sell victories and boulevards etc
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