What Is a Victory V92C?

The Victory V92C makes an interesting alternative to owning a Harley, but it’s still made in America and has a distinctly cruiser look and feel about it. The 1500cc engine is torquey, not especially powerful and the ride, except on the SC variant, is easygoing and on the soft side.

What size engine is a victory V92C?

Victory V92C

Make Model Victory V92C
Engine Four stroke, 50° V twin SOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, self-adjusting cam chains, hydraulic lifters
Capacity 1507 cc / 91.9 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 97 x 102 mm
Cooling System Air/oil cooled

How much is a 2000 Victory v92c worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $13,399 $1,915
Options (Change)
Total Price $13,399 $1,915

Why did Polaris stop making Victory?

Polaris Industries will exit the Victory Motorcycle brand it started from scratch 18 years ago, citing a mix of competitive pressures and lack of market share. The Medina-based company’s announcement Monday will not affect Polaris’ fast growing Indian Motorcycle brand or other divisions, officials said.

Why did Polaris stop making victory?

How much is a 2006 Victory Kingpin worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $18,699 $3,805
Options (Change)
Total Price $18,699 $3,805

Are Victory motorcycles collectible?

It is definitely a collector bike. And they still have the backing for the next 10 years of parent company Polaris Industries, an industrial giant. After 10 years, we can’t image they would walk away from a lucrative spares market, nor would aftermarket suppliers. making their bikes more valuable as collector items.

Does Polaris own victory?

Polaris is the Minneapolis-based parent company of Victory Motorcycles and Indian Motorcycle, along with Polaris brand side-by-side all-terrain off-road vehicles, snowmobiles, Slingshot three-wheeled on-road vehicles and several parts, garments and accessories brands.

How many miles does a Victory motorcycle last?

I ride a ’76 Goldwing with 75,000 miles and even that is considered low mileage on these bikes. That Victory should easily see 100,000 miles with no serious problems.

Are Victory motorcycles making a comeback?

A year later, Polaris announced that it was to wind down production of Victory Motorcycles. No more Victory-badged bikes were made at the Iowa factory and dealers sold off existing stock. Ultimately though, Victory Motorcycles never really died.

Is Victory a good motorcycle brand?

A 2015 survey by Consumer Reports rated Victory as the motorcycle brand with the highest owner satisfaction, besting Harley-Davidson. Eighty percent of Victory owners responded that they “would definitely buy again,” versus 72 percent of Harley-Davidson owners.