2014 Indian Chieftain on 2040-motos
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2014 Indian Chieftain
!! Excellent Miles !! ONLY 7,373 MILES !! Lots of Extras !!
Custom Willow Green and Cream Exterior
If this is your first time looking at a new Indian there is a lot to look at! The paint, fit and finish are second to none! With lots of billet, chrome and stainless there is not much to do to make this bike any more beautiful. This 14 Chieftian is an awesome choice for those looking for a bike that is ready to hit the highway!
!! High-Output Audio !! Audio Bluetooth !! Driving Lights: LED !! Power-Adjustable Windshield !! Quick-Release Hard Saddlebags !! Keyless Starting !! Cruise Control !!
The Indian Chieftain is the top-of-the-range model. Like all Chief models, it has acres of luscious chrome, leather upholstery and deep paintwork. The Indian logo is painted on the tank, stamped on the front stem, engraved on the side casing, etched on the brake reservoir and, of course, there is the warhead on the front fender. This bike is an attention getter. The exterior is finished in a BEAUTIFUL and NOSTALGIC custom Willow Green and Cream color combo. The custom color itself is enough to draw your attention and the attention of everyone else in the near vicinity.
!! Fairing Mounted Instrument Cluster featuring Electronic Speedometer, Tachometer, and Fuel Gauge with Odometer, Dual Tripmeters wth Distance and Time, Instantaneous and Average Fuel Economy !!
This 2014 Indian has lots of extras including a quick release trunk with genuine leather backrest and deluxe chrome rack. This is a nearly $2000 dollar option! Also included but not pictured is a Genuine Leather Deluxe Driver Backrest Pad. More accessories include leather tank pouch, front highway bars with infinite highway pegs, painted to match caliper covers and front and rear chrome fender tip accents. The exterior, ALL CHROME, BAGS, SEAT, AND PAINT ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION; ready for its next owner!!
!! Thunder Stroke™ 111: The new Thunder Stroke™ 111 engine delivers an incredible 119 ft-lbs of torque and features styling that pays tribute to legendary Indian Motorcycle® engines of the past. !!
The Indian Chieftain features a fairing with integrated driving lights, and its power windshield is an industry-first for a fork-mounted fairing. Standard features include hard saddlebags featuring remote locks and quick-release anchors, a high-output audio system featuring integrated Bluetooth smartphone connectivity, and a tire pressure monitoring system.
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Polaris Industries announced it will launch its Indian Motorcycles brand in India on January 22, 2014. The inherently awkward naming aside, Indian Motorcycles India will begin operations about two months after the launch of its Polaris cousins Victory Motorcycles as the latest brand to seek out a chunk of the world’s second largest motorcycle market. Indian Motorcycles India will offer the company’s complete lineup, which includes the Chief Classic, Chief Vintage and Chieftain.Mon, 21 Dec 2009
The ET-120 is the hybrid version of the Strike EV that was released earlier by Eko Vehicles based in Bangalore, India and claims to be the first hybrid motorcycle in the world. The new hybrid bike will feature a 70cc gas engine and electric motor that will get 120 km/l or about 282 mpg in hybrid mode, has a top speed of 40 mph but the power and torque will be equivalent to a 120cc engine. More info and a press release after the jump. The price will be around $850 U.S.Wed, 05 Feb 2014
Hero MotoCorp may fly a bit below the radar of most American motorcycle enthusiasts, but the Indian manufacturer has emerged as a leader in alternative fuel technologies for two-wheeled vehicle. First came the Hero Leap hybrid scooter (which is now ready to enter serial production), then came the RNT 150 diesel hybrid concept revealed last week. Today, Hero revealed another new concept, this one an electric motorcycle with a hydrogen fuel cell extender at the 2014 India Auto Expo.
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