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Indian Chief Classic, Chief Vintage, & Chieftain Launched in India

Now Indian will give a tough time to Harley Davidson.

Porting the new mode of luxury in two-wheeler world, Polaris India has launched the entire 'Indian Motorcycle' line-up in India. Polaris Industries, the US based ATV manufacturer is the parent firm of Indian Motorcycle.



The Chief Classic, the Chief Vintage, and the Chieftain are the models launched priced at Rs. 26.5 lakh, Rs. 29.5 lakh, and Rs. 33 lakh respectively (all are ex-showroom Delhi prices).

Indian Chief Classic

The entry motorcycle from Indian, the Chief Classic is powered by a 1819cc, Thunder Stroke 111 engine delivering a tremendous torque of 161.6 N m @ 3000. It is mated to a 6-speed transmission.

Meanwhile, the leather packed luxurious chariot like motorcycle, the Chief Vintage is run by the same heart that powers the Chief Classic.

Indian Chief Vintage

The most expensive in the line, the Chieftain has got the same engine but is equipped with a ton of features to be called as a true tourer. This is, of course, one of the best tourers available in the world.

The arrival of Indian Motorcycle is a great challenge to the American luxury motorcycle builder, Harley Davidson. On the other hand, the time has to prove whether the Indian (country) two-wheeler market will be able to bear this unaffordable price tags of the Indian motorcycles or not.

The machines are via CBU (Complete Built Units) only, that attracts 75% of import duty.

Indian Chieftain

Indian Motorcycle Price list

• Indian Chief Classic: Rs 26.5 Lakh
• Indian Chief Vintage: Rs 29.5 Lakh
• Indian Chieftain: Rs 33 Lakh
(All are ex-showroom Delhi prices)

Last updated on 22-01-2014. Published on 22-01-2014. Written by .
Published by Bikes4Sale in category New Bikes
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