10.00 Lac – 12.00 Lac
Expected Launch Date: May 2016
Victory MotorCycles Jackpot OverviewVictory MotorCycles Jackpot from the American motorcycle manufacturer, Victory Motorcycles, is a custom cruiser that turns heads with its looks and offers an incredible riding experience. In its street adventures, this bike is helped by the 106 cubic inch V-Twin engine along with the six speed overdrive transmission with helical cut gears. The company has already taste huge success in countries like Spain, France, U.K, etc. and now wants to try its luck in India. Design: Victory MotorCycles Jackpot sports a very stylish look that makes it look like it just rolled out of a custom shop. It Sports the signature Jackpot raised spine running down the centre of the motorcycle on the fenders and the length of the split-tail fuel tank. It has tall, 21 inch custom-look Stingray wheel. The high contrast wheel compliments the styling of the bike. It also has one-of-a-kind rear fender that is designed to show off the pavement-churning 250mm rear tire. The finishing touch is added by the colour matched frame and the swing arm that lend this bike the ultimate look. Engine and Performance: The bike sports a smooth and efficient 106/6 V-Twin engine that is extremely powerful. Its fuel injected, counter-balanced and churns out 110 ft-lb of Torque that offers a great cruising experience. You get instant throttle response and outstanding power from the engine that has been mated to 6-speed transmission with true overdrive. In order to facilitate inter-state cruising, the sixth gear overdrive drops the RPMs and amps up the attitude of this bike. The bike feels similarly comfortable on the Highway as it does on the streets. The ride is kept in check by the 43mm Telescopic Fork and a rear mono-tube gas, cast aluminium suspension with rising rate linkage. Pricing and Competition: Victory MotorCycles Jackpot is priced in India at around Rs. 11 lakh and will be launched by the end of 2014. It will have to compete with Harley Davidson bikes which are rage in India. Other bikes like Suzuki Intruder M800, Triumph Thunderbird Storm also pose tough competition as they also fall in the same price segment.