The most massive tourer from Indian Motorcycle. Of course, one of the best cruisers in the world by all means. It is luxurious, powerful, stylish, and branded. It must be said that the Chieftain is specially crafted for world trips. You can just buy it for local rides, but for long-long rides. The more you ride the more you enjoy.
ABS; Cast Aluminum Frame with Integrated Air-Box; Cruise Control; Driving Lights; Highway Bar; Keyless Start; Power Windshield; Premium Leather Seats; Remote Locking Hard Saddle Bags; Tire Pressure Monitoring; 100 Watt Stereo with AM/FM Bluetooth and Smartphone Compatible Input
Fairing mounted instrument cluster featuring electronic speedometer, tachometer, and fuel gauge with odometer, dual tripmeters with distance and time, instantaneous and average fuel economy; fuel range; real-time clock; ambient air temperature; gear position display; front and rear tire pressure; engine hours of operation; engine oil life percentage; average speed; battery voltage; radio information display; vehicle trouble code readout; heated grip level (if heated grips installed); and 15 LED telltale indicators: cruise control enabled, cruise control set, neutral, high beam, turn signal, ABS, check engine, low tire pressure, battery, low fuel, security system, low engine oil pressure and MPH or km/h unit designation
The Indian Chieftain as the name goes is really a leader in luxury motorcycles. The Chieftain is a very comfortable 817-pound tourer that showcases out of the world riding experience. This motorcycle is best enjoyed on deserted highways even though it could handle anything at any time. The Chieftain has a very big body and looks like a chariot. The Chieftain is a very expensive bike, the making, built quality and the comfort it provides is on point with the elite cruiser motorcycles.
The Chieftain comes with a big 1811 cc Thunder Stroke 111 engine that has the capacity to produce a maximum peak torque of 161.6 Nm @ 3000 rpm. The engine uses Closed loop fuel injection and Gear Drive Wet Clutch as its primary drive.
The Chieftain has a Telescopic Fork that has a 119 mm travel at the front while the rear suspension comes with a Single Shock w/ Air adjust that has a travel of 114mm. The suspension setup works perfectly on par with this cruiser to make highways and streets a very pleasurable experience. The braking system of the Chieftain is done with Dual / 300mm Floating Rotor with 4 Piston Caliper at the front while the rear braking system comes with Single / 300mm Floating Rotor with only 2 Piston Caliper. Indian has given Dunlop American Elite tyres with 130/60B19 61H measurement is given at the front while the Dunlop Elite 3 Multi-Compound with 180/60R16 80H measurement is given on the back. The exhaust system is a Split Dual Exhaust w/ Cross-over. The Indian Chieftain has a ground clearance of 142 mm and has an overall height of 1388 mm. The motorcycle has an overall dry weight of 356 kg.
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