Classics

Indian Motorcycle company returns
Classic name with classic looks.

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The Indian Motorcycle company has been resurrected again. Now under the ownership of Polaris Industries, the historic American nameplate returns with a new lineup of traditionally styled bikes now built in Spirit Lake, Iowa.

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Three models will be available at launch, all sharing a basic platform and design. The $18,999 Indian Chief, $20,999 Indian Chief Vintage with soft saddlebags and removable windshield, and the $22,999 Indian Chieftan with fairing, power windshield, hard saddlebags and audio system.

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All three bikes are powered by the Thunder Stroke 111, a 111-cubic inch V-Twin rated at 119 lb-ft of torque and paired with a six-speed transmission. The horsepower rating has not yet been released.

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Vintage-style tank-mounted gauges are a retro touch that belies modern features including keyless start, anti-lock brakes, throttle-by-wire and cruise control

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Likewise, old-school dual exhausts live side by side with contemporary LED lighting.

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Of course, no Indian Motorcycle would be complete without an illuminated War Bonnet on the front fender, and the new ones are no exception.

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Indian Motorcycle company returns

Classic name with classic looks.

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