I've looked at all the Polaris bikes and I like what I see in the touring lines, lots of things thought out better than Harley. For example all the trunks and saddle bags lock with the same key from the factory, the tour pak can be removed rather easily(no quick detach kit purchase necessary), the sound and radio is quite nice. But, the big stumbling block is the lack of aftermarket support that should bring the price of accessories down. Last I looked a windshield for the Victory x country touring bike was ~$700. Pipes and air cleaners are high, but supposedly the dealer flash is free with purchase, and does more than simply raise the red line.I liked the style. Did you see the accessory prices?
Air cleaner $500
Slip on mufflers $900 and $1000.
I guess that rhe money you save on buying the bike they make back on parts.
My papaw had an Indian from the '40s...back in the early '50s. My dad told me a story last week from when he was a kid. He said papaw would take him to see relatives every now and then that was about 40 to 50 miles away, and stay until after nightfall.I do like the looks of it, but like others have said, no dealer close and how long are the gonna be in business this time.... Would love to have one from back in the 40s, but don't see that happening either. Reckon I'll just stick with my Heritage...