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Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel's Chieftain

Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel’s Chieftain

Marking the second anniversary of the joining forces of two American sarlwarts
Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel's Chieftain
Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel's Chieftain
Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel's Chieftain
Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel's Chieftain
Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel's Chieftain
Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel's Chieftain
Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel's Chieftain
Indian Motorcycle released a limited edition Jack Daniel's Chieftain

In 2016, Indian Motorcycles and Jack Daniels, two legendary American brands joined forces to commemorate JD’s 150th anniversary of the Jack Daniel Distillery, which was registered in 1866. This occasion led to Indian Motorcycles building a very limited number (150 units) of the Jack Daniel’s Indian Springfield and Indian Chief Vintage motorcycle models, all of which were sold barely under 8 hours within the launch.

For 2017, the same stalwarts came together again to produce yet another iconic spin-off of the sumptuousness Indian Chieftain and christened it as the Jack Daniel’s Chieftain. This time the limited number is only a 100 units which are all designed in conjunction with Klock Werks Kustom Cycles.

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2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

The black stallion bagger
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

When Polaris took over the operations of Indian Motorcycles, they literally revived the brand from the dark shallows of abyss and created a niche for the brand worldwide. Since then, Indian motorcycles seems to have found its stronghold in India and has been swiftly introducing more products to its existing lineup. For its fourth instalment, the Polaris owned manufacturer has launched the 2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse, a solo saddle amalgamation of the mechanicals and stature of an Indian Chieftain and the blacked out theme carried from the Indian Chief Darkhorse.

It gets updated with subtle cosmetic changes to give it a stealth outlook while blacking out just about everything apart from the exhaust. It carried around the same panache and poise of the Chieftain, a once flagship motorcycle ( Indian Roadmaster being the new flagship) that leaves no question of having a prominent place in the lineup of this historic brand.

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Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India

Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India

Lsit of most expensive motorcycle can leave you speechless
Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India
Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India
Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India
Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India
Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India
Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India
Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India
Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India

There was a time when the Indian two wheeler market was conscious about only two things – price and fuel efficiency. The purchase of a particular motorcycle or scooter was purely dependent on these two major factors, with the aspects like design, performance and riding dynamics taking a back seat.

However, with the changing times, the priorities have begun to change, and people are not minding to spend the additional dough from their pocket, provided they get additional performance, style and equipment. The results have been so dramatic that what we have got now is a range of some super exotic motorcycles with pricing equivalent to a 2BHK apartment.

In this feature list, we are going to have a look on the fifteen most expensive motorcycles available in the Indian market, which have started a new trend of trading in for luxury and exotic motorcycles. Following are those mean machines:-

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2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

The ultimate Cruiser
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

Seldom comes a motorcycle when it is an exemplar of unprecedented luxury and sumptuousness. But in case of Indian Motorcycles, there have been several such examples. A company as old as over a century, Indian offers you bikes like no other manufacturer, with its machines successfully try to pamper you with their sybaritic appeal.

The motorcycles of Indian are certainly not cheap, and not for everyone too. There are very few motorcycles in the world which come close to the opulent persona of the Indian’s motorcycles, especially the one which are positioned at the topmost end. The Chieftain has been one such motorcycle from Indian which has raised the standards of craft and attention to detail in case of motorcycles in recent times.

The Chieftain, for a long time, had remained the flagship offering from Indian motorcycles, until the Roadmaster came and took that title from it. Yet, the Chieftain has remained as one premium and lavish bagger from every angle, and tries to justify its premium positioning in terms of price and segment. Now, Indian has gone one step ahead and has come up with the Dark Horse variant of the Chieftain, just like what the Indian Chief Classic has got. Here’s a quick look on the all new Indian Chieftain Dark Horse which is soon going to arrive in India.

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2016 Indian Scout Sixty

2016 Indian Scout Sixty

2016 Indian Scout Sixty
2016 Indian Scout Sixty
2016 Indian Scout Sixty
2016 Indian Scout Sixty
2016 Indian Scout Sixty
2016 Indian Scout Sixty
2016 Indian Scout Sixty
2016 Indian Scout Sixty

When it comes to cruisers, Indian Motorcycles definitely has reached a stature which is hard to match. This American marquee makes some of the finest and most luxurious cruiser motorcycles, which will spoil you with its incredible attention to detailing and the feel of riding a mammoth on two wheels.

Indian Motorcycles made its way into the Indian market back in 2012 with three extravagant motorcycles – Chief Classic, Chief Vintage and Chieftain, which were (and still are) positioned at exorbitant price points, which made the brand out of reach for even most of the high end buyers. Though, all of it changed with the arrival of the Indian Scout, a cruiser motorcycle which was a bit smaller in size and amount of power on tap as compared to its stable mates, thus a bit more affordable, but still equally special as them.

Now, to make its reach and presence even stronger, Indian Motorcycles has now launched a new variant of the Scout, the Scout Sixty. On the first glance, the Scout Sixty looks much similar to the standard Indian Scout, but there’s more to the story. Here’s our comprehensive review of the all new Indian Scout Sixty.

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"Circuit" got himself an Indian Scout

"Circuit" got himself an Indian Scout

Arshad Warsi posted his new Indian Scout’s picture on Instagram
"Circuit" got himself an Indian Scout

Arshad Warsi aka Circuit of Munnabhai fame is known for his passion for motor cycles. Recently he has posted a photograph of his new possession, which is the Indian Scout. We wonder where he will take it to. Arshad’s motorcycle is a black one and as we see it has got a pillion as well.

The muscular and beautiful cruiser is something on which you can take a long ride on the open highways and enjoy the scenic views around. Indian Scout motorcycle looks muscular and stylish from every angle possible. It gets a curvy fuel tank with the “Indian” badge at it. The solo seat gets desert tan genuine leather. The V twin engine is clearly visible at the centre of the motorcycle.

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2016 Indian Springfield

2016 Indian Springfield

2016 Indian Springfield
2016 Indian Springfield
2016 Indian Springfield
2016 Indian Springfield
2016 Indian Springfield
2016 Indian Springfield
2016 Indian Springfield
2016 Indian Springfield

There is an unmatched charm which the vintage bikes from Indian motorcycles possess. The beauty and the fact that their styling still feels like the motorcycles from the bygone eras make people love them even more. Yes, all the motorcycles from the stable of Indian are super-pricey, but that’s the catch – they are not for everyone, they are exclusive!

Indian Motorcycles entered into the Indian two wheeler market soon after their much awaited global revival in early 2014. The brand was dead for many years, until the Polaris group took the initiative of taking over the brand and restoring it by launching the newest avatar of all the motorcycles.

After tasting the success with the current range of Chief motorcycles, Indian has now expanded the range by introducing the all new Springfield to the range. The Springfield has been launched under the Bagger range of bikes, which currently has Chief Classic and Chief Vintage. A heavenly motorcycle for the touring aficionados and classic motorcycle lovers, the Springfield is a supremely special motorcycle. Here’s a quick look on the latest avatar of the Indian Springfield.

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Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016

Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016

Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016
Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016
Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016
Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016
Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016
Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016
Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016
Indian Motorcycle At Auto Expo 2016

Ever since the inception of Indian Motorcycles in the Indian two wheeler market has happened, the face of high end cruiser market has changed a lot. For a market which was so much obsessed with Harley Davidson as the only premium brand known in the field of cruisers and tourers, the Indian Motorcycles showed that there is a lot more to the American cruisers over Harley Davidson.

With a very rich heritage and lavish motorcycles on offer, Indian motorcycles have become one of the fastest growing players in the industry. Sure, the volumes are not much enough to give a serious threat to its competition, but the fact that Indian motorcycles have managed to maintain the exclusivity and premium feel of their motorcycles is a testimony to the fact that the American marquee is here to stay for a much longer innings.

To display and make it even more familiar with the common men among the masses of India, Indian Motorcycles took the right step of showcasing its entire range offered in India at the recently concluded Auto Expo 2016. Right from its most affordable model, the Scout, to its range topping giant on wheels, the Roadmaster, Indian Motorcycles made sure that it can steal the limelight entirely towards its stall at the show.

Here’s a comprehensive story on all the six motorcycles of Indian, which were present at the Auto Expo 2016.

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Flashback 2015 – 24 new sportbikes launched in India

Flashback 2015 – 24 new sportbikes launched in India

Flashback 2015 – 24 new sportbikes launched in India

Honda CBR 650F
Honda made a late entry to the party of middleweights by launching the much awaited CBR 650F. One of the very few fully faired middle weight motorcycles available in the country right now, the CBR 650F is powered by a four stroke, inline four, liquid cooled, 648.7cc engine, which squeezes out 87 PS of power and 62.9 Nm of torque. Though the CBR 650F is priced on a higher side, it does come with ABS as standard, which none of its competitors offer. Also, the CBR 650F is the (...)

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2015 Indian Roadmaster

2015 Indian Roadmaster

2015 Indian Roadmaster
2015 Indian Roadmaster
2015 Indian Roadmaster
2015 Indian Roadmaster
2015 Indian Roadmaster
2015 Indian Roadmaster
2015 Indian Roadmaster
2015 Indian Roadmaster

Seldom comes a motorcycle when it is an exemplar of unprecedented luxury and sumptuousness. But in case of Indian Motorcycles, there have been several such examples. A company as old as over a century, the Indian Motorcycles offers you bikes like no other manufacturer with its machines which successfully try to pamper you with their sybaritic appeal.

The motorcycles of Indian are certainly not cheap, and not for everyone too. There are very few motorcycles in the world which come close to the opulent persona of the Indian’s motorcycles, especially the one which are positioned at the topmost end. The Roadmaster is one such motorcycle from Indian which has raised the standards of craft and attention to detail in case of motorcycles.

In today’s date, the Roadmaster is the flagship motorcycle from Indian, and is regarded as one of the most impeccable touring motorcycles sold around the world. Overall, the Roadmaster looks premium and lavish from every angle, and tries to justify its premium positioning in terms of price and segment. Here’s a quick look on what all things make the Indian Roadmaster this desirable.

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2015 Indian Chieftain

2015 Indian Chieftain

2015 Indian Chieftain
2015 Indian Chieftain
2015 Indian Chieftain
2015 Indian Chieftain
2015 Indian Chieftain
2015 Indian Chieftain
2015 Indian Chieftain
2015 Indian Chieftain

Seldom comes a motorcycle when it is an exemplar of unprecedented luxury and sumptuousness. But in case of Indian Motorcycles, there have been several such examples. A company as old as over a century, the Indian Motorcycles offers you bikes like no other manufacturer, with its machines which successfully try to pamper you with their sybaritic appeal.

The motorcycles of Indian are certainly not cheap, and not for everyone too. There are very few motorcycles in the world which come close to the opulent persona of the Indian’s motorcycles, especially the one which are positioned at the topmost end. The Chieftain is one such motorcycle from Indian which has raised the standards of craft and attention to detail in case of motorcycles.

The Chieftain, for a long time, had remained the flagship offering from Indian motorcycles, until the Roadmaster came and took that title from it. Yet, the Chieftain looks premium and lavish from every angle, and tries to justify its premium positioning in terms of price and segment. Here’s a quick look on what all things make the Indian Chieftain this desirable.

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Feature – Six flagship cruisers available in India

Feature – Six flagship cruisers available in India

Feature – Six flagship cruisers available in India
Feature – Six flagship cruisers available in India
Feature – Six flagship cruisers available in India
Feature – Six flagship cruisers available in India

The Indian big bike market has evolved a lot in the period of last five years, with various categories of superbikes marking their strong presence here on the Indian roads. Though all kinds of motorcycles are performing well in this cut throat competition chasing for numbers, the one segment which has managed to create a cult status for itself is that of the flagship cruisers.

The class of flagship cruisers is a very distinctive one. Apart from that of supersports, it is this category of motorcycles, which gives the opportunity to several bike manufacturers to showcase their engineering prowess on two wheels. Apart from the basic technical expertise, it is the level of attention to detailing and the amount of special design bits which mark the awesomeness of the cruisers among the breed of superbikes.

It needs three things for a motorcycle for being a fabulous flagship cruiser – huge dimensions, comfortable seating posture and attention to detail. It all started with the Americans, Harley Davidson and Indian, which started the culture of cruisers almost a century ago. But now a majority of manufacturers from Europe and Japan, which have been heavily praised for their remarkable record in making roadsters and supersports, are now showcasing their mettle in this segment of flagship cruisers as well.

Following is a list of six major flagship cruisers, which have not only managed to break the ice and develop a cult following for themselves, but also redefined the Indian motorcycling scenario, which was once limited to only a handful of superbikes to mark the presence of the big bike market in the nation. Here they are.

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Indian Motorcycle opens dealership in Hyderabad

Indian Motorcycle opens dealership in Hyderabad

Indian Motorcycle opens dealership in Hyderabad
Indian Motorcycle opens dealership in Hyderabad
Indian Motorcycle opens dealership in Hyderabad
Indian Motorcycle opens dealership in Hyderabad

Indian Motorcycles launched their new dealership in the posh Jubilee Hills area of Hyderabad. Earlier the famous Motorcycle manufacturer opened dealerships in Delhi NCR, Bengaluru and Chennai. This is their fourth dealership in the country, and this new dealership located at Aruna Arcade, Road No. 1, opposite KBR Park in association with Polaris India Pvt. Ltd will cater the customers in both states of Telengana and Andhra Pradesh.

This state of the art dealership will have trained service support staffs offering global standards of after sales and service support adding to the Indian Motorcycle customers. The entire range of Indian Motorcycles, currently available in the Indian market consist models like Indian Roadmaster, Indian Chief Classic, Indian Chief Vintage, Indian Chieftain, Indian Chief Dark Horse and Indian Scout. For the Indian Motorcycle lovers, the Indian Motorcycle merchandises like apparels and accessories will also be available from this dealership.

Opening the new dealership Mr. Pankaj Dubey who is the Managing Director of Polaris India Pvt. Ltd was saying, “The immense growth of IT related and various other industries is fuelling the aspiration of people in Hyderabad, who want products which could compliment their lifestyle. There is a great deal of excitement among bike lovers here for Indian Motorcycle and we are confident that this dealership will cater to their requirements and delight them with our bespoke and popular products like the Indian Scout that is priced at Rs. 1221322 (Ex showroom, Hyderabad). Through this dealership we will also manage inquiries on other models like the Indian Chief Classic, Indian Chief Vintage and Indian Roadmaster which have generated a lot of interest. We will also be fulfilling the long-standing demand of a sales and service facility in Hyderabad through this dealership.”

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2015 Indian Chief Vintage

2015 Indian Chief Vintage

2015 Indian Chief Vintage
2015 Indian Chief Vintage
2015 Indian Chief Vintage
2015 Indian Chief Vintage
2015 Indian Chief Vintage
2015 Indian Chief Vintage
2015 Indian Chief Vintage
2015 Indian Chief Vintage

There is an unmatched charm which the vintage bikes from Indian motorcycles possess. The beauty and the fact that their styling still feels like the motorcycles from the bygone eras make people love them even more. Yes, all the motorcycles from the stable of Indian are super-pricey, but that’s the catch – they are not for everyone, they are exclusive!

Indian Motorcycles entered into the Indian two wheeler market soon after their much awaited global revival in early 2014. The brand was dead for many years, until the Polaris group took the initiative of taking over the brand and restoring it by launching the newest avatar of all the motorcycles.

One such motorcycle is the Chief Vintage. Basically, a heavily kitted version of the Chief Classic, the Chief Vintage is positioned between the Chief Classic and Chieftain in the lineup of Indian Motorcycles. A heavenly motorcycle for the touring aficionados and classic motorcycle lovers, the Chief Vintage is a supremely special motorcycle. Here’s a quick look on the latest avatar of the Indian Chief Vintage.

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Indian Motorcycles opens new dealership in Chennai

Indian Motorcycles opens new dealership in Chennai

Indian Motorcycles opens new dealership in Chennai

Soon after inaugurating its authorized dealer outlet in Bangalore, Indian Motorcycles has opened up its third dealership in India in the city of Chennai. This dealership also happens to be the second outlet of company in Southern India, indicating the popularity of the brand in the region.

The dealership, which is located at MC Nicholas Road, Chetpet, incorporates a showroom with display area for the motorcycles, along with the service area which has trained service personnel. The showroom area will also showcase the entire authorized merchandise and accessories of Indian Motorcycles which can be purchased by the owners, staying true to its global standards.

Like the other current dealer outlets of Indian Motorcycles in India, the Chennai dealership will also retail the entire lineup of Indian, which includes Scout, Chief Dark Horse, Chief Classic, Chief Vintage, Chieftain and Roadmaster. All these motorcycles are priced in the range of Rs. 12 lakh to Rs. 42 lakh, thus being in the niche category of cruisers in the Indian market.

Commenting on the launch of this new dealer outlet in Chennai, Mr Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director, Polaris India, said, “We are very excited and ecstatic to inaugurate our third Indian Motorcycle dealership in the country in the strategic location of Chennai. Following the successful opening of our dealership in Bengaluru in May this year, this move further underlines our confidence in the Southern part of India. It also reiterates our commitment of reaching out to Indian Motorcycle fans in this city.”

At the time of launch, Mr Pankaj Dubey also stated that Indian Motorcycles will be launching three new dealer outlets in India by the month of October, one each in the cities of Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Mumbai. Alongside the inaugural event, he also handed over the keys of the first owners of the Indian Scout in the city.

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2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse

2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse

2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse
2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse
2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse
2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse
2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse
2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse
2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse
2015 Indian Chief Dark Horse

In the premium end of heritage motorcycles, Indian Motorcycles is gradually creating a huge impact in its favor. The American major did made a stupendous comeback, when it rose from the ashes back in 2012. Considering the growing importance of India in the sales radar of premium motorcycles, Indian Motorcycles made its foray into the Indian market in no short time.

The company has been launching a series of motorcycles in the market, soon after their global unveiling. The latest motorcycle from the stable of Indian is the Chief Dark Horse. Now, the Chief Dark Horse is not an all new nameplate, as the manufacturer used to sell a motorcycle with this name a few years back.

Though the newly launched Chief Dark Horse is significantly different motorcycle from its predecessor, and has that essential air of premium-ness which the motorcycles of Indian are renowned for. The Chief Dark Horse joins the Chief Classic in the cruiser family of Indian Motorcycles. Following is an elaborated preview of the all new Indian Chief Dark Horse.

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Indian Motorcycles inaugurates new dealership in Bengaluru

Indian Motorcycles inaugurates new dealership in Bengaluru

Indian Motorcycles inaugurates new dealership in Bengaluru

Indian Motorcycles has opened up its third new dealer outlet on the Indian soil in the city of Bengaluru. The dealership, which is located at the Infantry Road in the city, will sell all the six motorcycles which Indian has on sale through the other two outlets as well, one each in Gurgaon and Mumbai.

At the inauguration of the Bengaluru outlet, Indian also showcased its two new motorcycles, Chief Dark Horse and Roadmaster, for the very first time in the country. Both these motorcycles were silently updated on the official website of the Indian Motorcycles few days back. While the Dark Horse was launched at Rs. 21.99 lakh and joins the Chief Classic in the ‘Cruiser’ family, the Roadmaster was introduced in the Indian market at Rs. 37 lakh and opens up a completely new family of ‘Touring’ in Indian’s product portfolio.

Apart from the Chief Dark Horse and Roadmaster, the other motorcycles in Indian’s product line-up are Scout, Chief Classic, Chief Vintage and Chieftain. The line-up starts with the Scout at Rs. 11.99 lakh, which goes all the way up to Roadmaster at Rs. 37 lakh.

Apart from these three existing dealerships at Gurgaon, Mumbai and Bengaluru, Indian Motorcycles has plans to open three new dealerships in India, one each in Chennai, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad, by the end of August 2015. The company further plans to increase the total number of dealerships to 12 outlets by the end of the calendar year of 2016.

Apart from opening up new dealerships across the nation, Indian Motorcycles aims to capture a share of 10 per cent in the premium segments of motorcycles in India above that of Rs. 20 lakh mark. For achieving this target, the company has assured that it will be launching every other new motorcycle in India, which will be launched in other international markets where it has its presence.

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‘Roadmaster' Launched By Indian Motorcycle In India

‘Roadmaster’ Launched By Indian Motorcycle In India

‘Roadmaster' Launched By Indian Motorcycle In India
‘Roadmaster' Launched By Indian Motorcycle In India
‘Roadmaster' Launched By Indian Motorcycle In India
‘Roadmaster' Launched By Indian Motorcycle In India

Indian Motorcycles has launched a new two-wheeler, Roadmaster in India few days back but they have not made any public announcement so far.

The bike is a touring cruiser and its price starts from Rs. 37, 00, 000, the price differs based on the color of the bike that you choose. Indian Motorcycle is basically an American brand based in Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S. with a glorious history of its own. This two-wheeler company has seen many ups and downs, it was even a great competitor to Harley Davidson and presently it still stands apart from the other two-wheeler companies based on the quality bikes it produces.

The 2015 Indian Roadmaster, according to its company is built upon the exemplary Roadmaster name used by Indian in the 1940s. This bike bears in it the impression of a classic American Luxury and has been built keeping in view the Indian Motorcycle comfort, styling and performance out on the open road, for the long distance rides and is available in three shades namely - thunder black, red ivory cream and red.

Indian Roadmaster comes with some standard features like a Thunder Stroke 111 engine for high performance delivery, Remote Locking saddle storage bags, Pathfinder LED headlamps, Keyless Ignition and Desert Tan Genuine Leather Seats for the rider’s comfort. Apart from the standard features, the bike also bears the luxury features such as Horizon Power Windshield with push-button adjustability, a total of 37 Gallons of weatherproof storage placed at different sides of the bike within an easy reach of the rider while riding, Heated rider and passenger seats with individual controls and Adjust heated grips for the right temperature with ten settings.

Apart from all these one will find many custom options for this bike too. So far with all the features included, it looks a promising bike that costs 37 Lakhs, but the reason for IM to keep the launch under the wraps is quite confusing.

Some other motorcycles currently being sold by the manufacturer in India are Indian Scout, Indian Chieftain, Indian Chief Vintage and Indian Chief Classic.

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2015 Indian Scout

2015 Indian Scout

2015 Indian Scout
2015 Indian Scout
2015 Indian Scout
2015 Indian Scout
2015 Indian Scout
2015 Indian Scout
2015 Indian Scout
2015 Indian Scout

In this World there are actually two types of bikers, one who loves wearing leather jackets and take a long ride through the open highways while enjoying all those scenic beauties on the go while the second group loves tearing up the tarmac on their brutal and fast machines loaded up with some of the top end technologies and gadgets. Well! If you belong to the first group then you will surely love what we are bringing for you here today, recently the iconic Indian
Motorcycles launched the Scout in both our national and international markets. The Scout is a completely new motorcycle which comes with many interesting features and offcourse! A powerful engine bolted to its chassis.

We all know the iconic Indian Motorcycles rich history and how their story began back in the year 1901and also their journey from being the World’s largest manufacturer of motorcycle to getting bankrupt and later brought and revived by Polaris in the year 2011, they have seen and experienced it all. Their latest launch the Scout is actually not a new motorcycle that came out from their workshop the Scout was actually a popular model that was manufactured between the years 1920 and 1946 alongside the Chief, which was manufactured between the years 1922 and 1953.

But the recently launched Scout is the first ever Indian motorcycle to receive a the first-ever liquid-cooled engine which not only produces an amazing amount of smooth power and torque delivery but also an absolutely fantastic exhaust note which I am sure all the cruiser fans will love.

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2014 Indian Chief Classic

2014 Indian Chief Classic

2014 Indian Chief Classic
2014 Indian Chief Classic
2014 Indian Chief Classic
2014 Indian Chief Classic
2014 Indian Chief Classic
2014 Indian Chief Classic
2014 Indian Chief Classic
2014 Indian Chief Classic

We always have considered Harley Davidson as the original American motorcycle manufacturer brand but there is one more motorcycle manufacturer who is equally famous not only in the American Market but internationally as well. The Indian motorcycles started their journey way back in the year 1901, initially they were called Hendee Manufacturing Company but later it was changed to Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company.

Now in the recent years Indian bike enthusiast have witnessed many International 2 wheeler manufacturer launched their products in the Indian market and they have tasted success instantly. Harley Davidson too launched their own motorcycle range in India and now we have more than 3000 Harley’s on our Indian roads. The Indian motorcycle brand too launched three of their new motorcycles and they surely made their first impression on many Indian bike enthusiasts of India. Indian motorcycle brand was purchased by Polaris who are mainly known all over the World for their off road vehicles, made their Indian debut few years ago but was not able to leave their mark but now by launching the Indian motorcycle brand they surely made their presence felt.

The specialty of all Indian motorcycles is that they quite skillfully blend the Classic styling with modern engineering marvel; the cruiser that we will be reviewing today also has the old school looks mixed with modern engineering. Many of you have already guessed the name of the motorcycle by now.

Yes! I am talking about the Chief Classic which is the entry level motorcycle offered by this iconic brand in India, its styling takes us back in the retro era but don’t be fooled by its old school looks because it has a very sophisticated engine bolted to its chassis which surely packs quite a bit of punch.

So without wasting any more time let us provide you with all the details of Chief Classic that has been launched recently from the stable of Indian motorcycles.

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Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India

Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India

Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India
Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India
Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India
Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India
Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India
Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India
Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India
Indian motorcycles launches their entire 2014 Chief lineup in India

The legendary 2 wheeler motorcycle manufacturer of America Indian launched their 3 new motorcycles in the Indian market yesterday. This was the first motorcycle company which began its journey in the year 1901.

The three motorcycles which were launched are Indian Classic, Indian Vintage and Indian Chieftain. All these three motorcycles will be sold and marketed by Polaris who is the World leader in off road and All Terrain vehicles and acquired the Indian Motorcycles in the year 2011.

Indian motorcycles has brought their entire Chief range in the Indian market and all of them possess a Classic styling and carries a piece of history with them. Although these motorcycles posses a Classic Styling but all are powered by a very modern engine Thunder Stroke 111 engine which delivers an incredible 138.9 Nm of torque and also carries all the modern technologies with it. Beisde these engines all the three motorcycles also carries with them the Classic Indian badge and the the iconic War Bonnet which is mounted proudly on top of the front fender.

Hit the jump to find out the details and pricing of these Indian Motorcycles

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