New Indian Chief, Bobber and Super Chief motorcycle reservations in India open

New Indian Chief, Bobber and Super Chief motorcycle reservations in India open

Indian Motorcycle unveiled the Indian Chief 2021 lineup to celebrate 100 years of the Chief brand in the American brand’s portfolio. It includes Indian Chief Dark Horse, Indian Chief Bobber Dark Horse and Indian Super Chief Limited. All of these bikes are now ready to hit the market and will be launched soon. As Indian Motorcycle revealed, the price of the new Chief range in India will start from 20.76 lakh (ex-showroom). The American brand has also opened its order books for upcoming bikes; if you want to reserve 2021 Indian Chief, Indian Chief Bobber, or Indian Super Chief Limited, you can do so for a nominal charge of 3 lakh at your nearest Indian Motorcycle dealership. The exact price of the bikes will be revealed in the second quarter of this year and deliveries will begin shortly thereafter.

Lalit Sharma, Country Director, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd said, “Our Chief line has a glorified history and is one of the iconic motorcycles in the Indian Motorcycle® portfolio. We are launching this model to pay homage to the Indian Chief after 100 years in the market. We have priced the new The Chief line with our customers’ love for the model in mind. We look forward to making our new Chief range history again in the market. “

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(Indian chief 2021)

The new Indian Chief Dark Horse, Bobber and Super Chief Limited are reminiscent of old-fashioned touring motorcycles and promise a thrilling ride. They are all fitted with a rear fender, dual exhaust and Pirelli Night Dragon tires. The Chief and Bobber feature premium gloss black finishes, while the Super Chief Limited features premium chrome finishes.

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(2021 Indian Chief Bobber)

The new Indian Chief Dark Horse adopts a minimalist style and aims to offer a clean driving experience. Devoid of any major electronic intervention, the new Chief promises a mechanical experience for purists. 2021 Indian Chief Bobber, on the other hand, sports the vintage design highlighted by things like metal spoke rims, a big rear tire, a muscular front end, and a bobber seat. The bikes have a dominant riding position, thanks to the mini-ape handlebars and advanced foot controls. As for the Indian Super Chief Limited, it is designed to take on long journeys and has a windshield, saddlebags, traditional cruiser handlebars, a full chrome exhaust and running boards.

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(Indian Super Chief Limited)

The Indian Chief 2021 range will be equipped with a round TFT dashboard, smartphone connectivity for navigation and turn-by-turn telephony, LED lighting, cruise control and three driving modes: sport, standard and tour. All three bikes will be powered by a BS6-compliant 1,890cc Thunderstroke V-twin engine that develops 162Nm of maximum torque and is mated to a six-speed gearbox.

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