The Indian Chieftain is the only faired cruiser from the iconic Indian Motorcycles and is also the most expensive in its line-up. The Indian Chieftain motorcycle's style which have been seen since 1940 in all Indian Motorcycles along with the traditional big Indian badging on the fuel tank. The motorcycle Indian Chieftain tank-mounted console has a large, easy-to-read analog speedometer as well as a digital display screen that provides a wealth of valuable ride and fuel data. It gets spacious hard saddlebags which are mounted on quick release anchors and feature remote electronics lock that can be controlled using a mounted button. The fairing houses an audio system that delivers quality sound from dual high-output speakers along with a Bluetooth audio system. It sports an adjustable windshield that can be raised and lowered depending on your requirements.
The Indian Chieftain is powered by the same new Thunder Stroke 111 1811cc engine that powers 139Nm @ 2600rpm torque with Closed Loop Fuel Injection/54mm Bore fuel system. The Indian Chieftain motorcycle has 2571mm overall length, 1669mm wheelbase with 140mm ground clearance. The bike Indian Chieftain has six-speed transmissions fed by electronic fuel injection and has Telescopic Fork/119 mm - 46 mm Cartridge Forks With Dual Rate Springs (ABS) front suspension and hidden Single Shock/114mm/Pneumatic Adjustment rear suspension.
The Indian Chieftain motorcycle is avaliable in Springfield Blue Ivory Cream, Red Thunder Black, Thunder Black, Red Ivory Cream, Red shades. This motorcycle Chieftain competes Honda Goldwing GL1800. Harley Davidson Street Glide Special and Triumph Rocket III Roadster.