2013 Victory Motorcycle purchasers can enjoy a money back guarantee

Consumers considering purchasing a 2013 Victory Motorcycle will have the opportunity to so this year with the stipulation they can return it if they are not happy. Victory is offering a money-back guarantee in both Canada and the U.S. to customers who purchase a 2013 Victory motorcycle between March 1 and April 30.

Calling the promotion “The Victory Guarantee”, Victory wants customers to feel the full ownership experience and then if they are not completely satisfied they can return their 2013 Victory Motorcycle and get their money back. The ad reads,  “If it’s too much bike for you just bring it back”, an interesting way to get someone to return a motorcycle without influencing their ego.

It’s not just bring back your 2013 Victory Motorcycle back and we’ll cut you a check.  The promotion only applies to select 2013 Victory Motorcycles and consumers looking to finance with special financing promotions will not get the money back guarantee even if the Victory they buy does fall into the “money-back” guarantee category.  Also excluded from the refund will be freight charges / taxes / title or license fees / dealer fees and third party equipment.  Finally the motorcycle must be returned between 31 and 60 days of delivery, undamaged and with less than 500 miles on it.  Complete details can we found on www.VictoryMotorcycles.com and at participating Victory Dealers.

“We build the best bikes on the planet, and we’re excited to introduce the Victory Guarantee as a way to back that up,” said Victory marketing manager Josh Fulkerson. “We are the fastest-growing manufacturer of heavyweight motorcycles, and we are confident you’ll love your new Victory motorcycle, or we’ll refund your money. That’s the Victory Guarantee.”

“We’ve been saying ‘Ride One and You’ll Own One’ for over a year, and we’ve seen thousands of riders take the challenge and join the Victory ranks,” Fulkerson added. “We’re so confident you’ll enjoy riding a Victory that we’re stepping up to our own challenge and putting our money where our mouth is. If you buy a new Victory and aren’t completely satisfied riding the best, just bring it back.”

This does offer consumers a great way to try a 2013 Victory Motorcycle and return it if they are not happy.  The 500 mile allowance is more than enough to know if the bike is a keeper and although consumers won’t  get 100 percent of their money returned to them, they will still be better off financially if they tried to sell the motorcycle themselves or trade it in on another motorcycle if they weren’t happy.