The Chief was introduced for 1922 to replace the Powerplus, although the Powerplus was continued under the “Standard” name until 1923. The Indian Motorcycle Company of America (IMCA) manufactured Indian Chief motorcycles in Gilroy, California, from 1999 to 2003. These initially used clones of Harley-Davidson Evolution engines built from S&S parts. Later versions used the in-house “Powerplus” engine. In 2014, Indian released a new Indian Chief motorcycle with a new engine. Nothing on the 2014 Chief is based on the earlier Chief bought from the King’s Mountain company.
Indian Chief Classic Overview : The Indian Chief Classic is among the most beautiful cruiser motorcycle on sale globally and with its silky smooth Thunder stroke power plant and comfortable and relaxed riding position it is a delightful experience riding this behemoth on the open highway. But it’s the complete opposite
Indian Chief Classic Specifications : This bike is powered by 1811 cc Thunder Stroke 111 engine which delivers a peak torque of 138.9 Nm and has six-speed transmission that is fed by electronic fuel injection. In addition to this, it also hosts ABS and hidden rear suspension for smooth cruising. Further to add comfort in riding, the front suspension hosts 119 mm telescopic forks and 46 mm cartridge forks with dual rate springs whereas the rear suspension hosts 94 mm single shock. This model offers a fuel tank with a capacity of 20.8 litres which allows the rider to stretch up to around 186 miles without a refill.
Indian Chief Classic Mileage : Indian Chief Classic Mileage approximately 20 kmpl on Highway and 13-16 kmpl in City Traffic conditions.
Indian Chief Classic Top Speed : This bike has 143 mph top speed.
Indian Chief Classic Competitors : This bike competes with Harley Davidson Roadking 2016 and Yamaha Vmax.
Indian Chief Classic Colors & Shades : This bike has only Pearl White shades only.
Indian Chief Classic Price : Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) Rs 26.50 lakh and On-Road Price (Delhi) Rs 29.60 lakh (approx.).