Polaris currently assembles both Indian and Victory bikes at its Spirit Lake plant, which will now double down on the Indian brand. … Since 1998, Victory’s nearly 60 models have won 25 of the industry’s top awards, Polaris CEO Scott Wine said in a statement Monday.
Does victory own Indian?
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.
Will Victory Motorcycles come back?
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.
Why did Polaris stop making victory?
In announcing the winding down of Victory, Polaris said that the brand struggled to establish the market share needed to be profitable, with competitive pressures increasing headwinds for the brand.
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Are Victory motorcycles reliable?
They have a pretty well known reliability rating.
Does Textron still own Polaris?
Textron, Inc. purchases Polaris; keeps manufacturing operations in Roseau, MN.
Why did Indian go out of business?
Five years into its attempt to revive the Indian Motorcycle brand, the latest iteration of Indian Motorcycles has headed for the happy hunting ground. The Gilroy, California company announced it would shut its doors on Friday, September 19, 2003, after failing to obtain necessary financing to continue operations.