This is the bike that first got out the production line in 2003, the inspiration source for the rest of the models and the one on which I based this review.
2008 Victory Vegas 8-Ball
It is immediately recognized thanks to its blacked-out body paint, blacked-out engine and blacked-out rims as well as handlebars, but underneath all that paint there is the heart and soul of the simple Vegas, the 100 cubic inch Freedom V-Twin. Different from the Vegas is the fact that the 8-Ball only features a 5-speed gearbox. MSRP is 13,599.
2008 Victory Vegas Low
For 2008, Victory also presents the brand new Vegas Low. Its name says it all and the plan is to increase comfort with the long and low stance. But don’t be thinking that they didn’t had a name for it and they called it Low, no sir; this bike is an inch lower than the Victory Vegas. Engine and tranny are exactly the same like on the simple version. Colors available are Solid Black, Solid Midnight Cherry and Solid Boardwalk Blue. No matter color, the MSRP is $15,999
2008 Victory Vegas Jackpot
What make the Jackpot stand out is the custom paint schemes (Solid Black, Solid Midnight Cherry, Solid Broadwalk Blue, Two Tone Black and Silver with Graphics, Two Tone Black and Red with Graphics), the custom headlight, a color matched frame and a super fat rear tire. Just like the Low, the Jackpot keeps the engine and tranny from the basic Vegas. Having an MSRP of $17,999, the Jackpot is the most expensive of them all.