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2013 Victory Cross Country - Antifreeze Green With Black Flame Touring on 2040-motos

US $20,999.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Lexington, South Carolina, US

Lexington, SC, US
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Victory Cross Country description

2013 Victory Cross Country - Antifreeze Green with Black Flame, Go ahead and stack this bold bagger up against every other bike in the category. Ita??s a rider favorite in the Victory lineup, with riders customizing this bike to reflect their own attitude and style. Unique looks. Smoothly refined power.The Cross Country has a custom-styled, fork-mounted fairing that provides excellent wind and weather protection to enhance rider comfort. The fairing also houses instrumentation and an integrated audio system.a?? Satellite radio is available as an accessory.a?? Instrumentation includes an analog speedometer, fuel gauge, odometer, trip meters, and indicator lights.a?? Passenger seats feature a new, slimmer cut.a?? Antifreeze Green: Custom flame graphics flow from the tip of the front fender toward the tail. The stylish forged highway bars are chromed, as are the handlebars, mirrors, engine, exhaust, saddlebag trim and more. The fairing is topped by a short black windscreen and has KICKERA? Premium speakers.Pure Victory Accessories that Cross Country owners can use to personalize their bikes include: The Tri-Oval exhaust, which is available in four combinations of black and chrome and produces a throaty rumble the tinted Boomerang, Blade or KLOCK WerksA? Flarea?? windscreen there are also chrome or blacked-out pegs, grips and saddlebag rails, Ness mirrors, and more.

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