Indian Motorcycle Launches Chieftain Dark Horse and Springfield In Bengaluru as part of its expansion plans nationwide
Indian motorcycles is making sure they clearly go against their competition Harley-Davidson in the country. The motorcycle has the right kind of buzz in the market and wants to make sure it reaches the audience that is required for sales victory. Indian motorcycles made it to the IT hub of the country, Bengaluru and introduced two of its very successful motorcycles. Named after the birthplace of Indian Springfield™ offers classic styling along with technology to take advantage of the touring comfort and urban versatility that these motorcycle offer. However, there is also the Indian® Chieftain Dark Horse® offers a ton of matte black, a flicker of chrome, and a lot of features to roll as one of the most aggressive American-made V-twin touring bikes on the market, claimed by the manufacturer.
Using a tourer-oriented steering geometry that gives it better handling on the open road, the 2016 Springfield™ with considerable additional touring capabilities on offer. The Indian® Chieftain Dark Horse® blacked-out styling and powerful Thunder Stroke 111 engine with signature matte black paint is an open canvas for customization that makes it the perfect bike for riders who want a motorcycle to look in their own way.
Indian Springfield is powered by the highly regarded Thunder Stroke® 111 engine, the Indian Springfield™ delivers 138.9 Nm @ 2600 rpm of torque. Suspension featuring cartridge forks and an air adjustable rear shock is on offer Touring comfort can be further enhanced with a full line of accessories including a tall and low windshield, heated driver and passenger seats, soft lowers, a 64.3 Litres accessory trunk and heated grips. The quick-release windscreen and saddlebags along with the split seat, featuring a unique stitch and stud pattern adds to the cruiser flavor quite well.
Indian® Chieftain Dark Horse® on the other hand comes powered with the same Thunder Stroke® 111 engine and built upon the same highly lauded chassis and suspension as the Indian® Chieftain®. The Chieftain Dark Horse® comes with a solo seat and short, tinted power windscreen, hard bags, ABS, electronic cruise control, integrated premium audio system and remote key fob with keyless ignition.
The fenders, fairing, fuel tank and bags are blacked out. The Indian® Chieftain Dark Horse® gets its headdress, forks, mirrors, handlebars and switch cubes, turn signals, tank console, engine and airbox cover, lower controls, floorboards and taillight housing are also blacked out. Chieftain Dark Horse and Springfield In Bengaluru will make sure Indian Motorcycles get the right kind of step up in the Indian premium motorcycle market.