Indian Motorcycle has updated their prices for its motorcycles in India (Updated on 19th March 2018) . Check out the new prices below along with a feature description of its top lot of motorcycles.
Indian Roadmaster is the most elite bike. Some of its cool features are Cruise control, keyless ignition, remote locking saddlebags, 36.2 gallons of storage, Pathfinder LED lights, instrument cluster with low fuel, low tire pressure, low engine oil pressure, and LED telltale indicators. It also has an awesome 7-inch touchscreen vehicle status, ride data, and trip meters.
Indian Springfield has got a style of its own. It has got all the bells and whistles such as quick release windshield, quick release remote-locking saddlebags, ambient air temperature, cruise control, keyless ignition, tire pressure monitoring and LED telltale indicators. Please note there is no touchscreen display for this model.
Indian Chieftain shares some of its features from the Roadmaster. It has got that blingy 7-inch touchscreen with vehicle status, trip meters, ambient air temperature and LED telltale indicators. It has got keyless ignition, cruise control which are the norm for almost all Indian bikes.
Indian Chieftain Dark horse looks very modern. It has got the same 7-inch touchscreen, ambient air temperature, vehicle status, trip meters, LED telltale indicators, cruise control, gear position display, engine oil life percentage, engine hours of operation, average speed, and battery voltage levels.
As Indian Motorcycle puts it Chief Vintage is the vehicle where style meets swagger. Some of its hip features are quick release windshield, quick release saddlebags, cruise control, ambient air temperature, LED telltale indicators, heated grip level.
Some of the other Indian motorcycle prices to check out for:
- Indian Chief Classic – Rs. 2, 129, 500
- Indian Chief Dark Horse – Rs. 1, 881, 000
- Indian Scout – Rs. 1, 269, 500
- Indian Scout Bobber – Rs. 1, 199, 000
- Indian Scout Sixty – Rs. 1, 099, 500
You can go to Indian Motorcycle official site for checking out a host of other features that are available on each of ’em. You can also book a test ride if you wish to, although the Indian Motorcycle dealerships are available in select cities only.