The Indian Chief is a motorcycle that was built by the Hendee Manufacturing Company and the subsequent Indian Motocycle Company from 1922 to the end of the company’s production in 1953. The Chief was Indian’s “big twin”, a larger, more powerful motorcycle than the more agile Scout used in competition and sport riding. When Indian resumed civilian production after World War II, they revived only the Chief line. Production of Indian motorcycles ended with the last Chief made in 1953.
Indian Chieftain Overview : The Chieftain is the only faired cruiser from the iconic Indian Motorcycles and is also the most expensive in its line-up. It gets stylish, elegant fenders which have been seen since 1940 in all Indian Motorcycles along with the traditional big ‘Indian’ badging on the fuel tank. It gets keyless entry, which is a secure and convenient feature for the riders.
Indian Chieftain Specifications : The Indian Chieftain is powered by the same new Thunder Stroke 111 engine that powers the Classic and the Chief Vintage. This engine churns out 161Nm of peak torque. The bike has six-speed transmissions fed by electronic fuel injection and has ABS and hidden rear suspension.
Indian Chieftain Mileage : This premium bike give you mileage of 20 kmpl on highway and 11-15 kmpl in city traffic conditions.
Indian Chieftain Top Speed : This bike can deliver you top speed of 230 mph.
Indian Chieftain Competitors : It competes with Harley Davidson Street Glide Special and Honda Gold Wing GL 1800.
Indian Chieftain Colors & Shades : It has 4 eye-catching colors Thunder Black, Indian Red, Silver Smoke and Star Silver & Thunder Black.
Indian Chieftain Price : Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) Rs 33 lakh and On-Road Price (Delhi) Rs 37.10 lakh (approx.).