Indian Chiefs comfortable secret failure

2014 Indians recalled over light failure

Indian Motorcycle Australia has recalled the 2014 Chief, Chief Vintage and Chieftain over a failure with the headlights cutting out. The official recall notice, issued through the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says the electrical defect “may cause unexpected loss of forward lighting, including high and low beam headlights and fog lights”. “If this occurs, the …

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Silver Indian Chieftain Elite

Hi-Ho Silver Indian Chieftain Elite!

Silver is the new black at Indian Motorcycle which has released a limited edition Chieftain Elite in a hand-painted and “marbled” silver paint job. Indian Australia says it will arrive here midyear in “limited numbers” at $47,995 ride away which is the same price as last year’s hand-painted Chieftain Elite in Fireglow Red Candy with Marble …

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Indian Chieftain Elite

Indian adds Chieftain Elite and Limited

Indian Motorcycles has now launched three new models this year with the hand-painted Chieftain Elite and Chieftain Limited bagger joining the new Roadmaster Classic. Only 350 Chieftain Elite models will be available worldwide and there is no indication yet how many Australia will receive, but they will cost $47,995 ride away. Each bike is hand-painted …

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Indian Chief

Indian launches web customiser

Indian Motorcycles now makes it easier for you to work out what your new Chief will look like with all the accessories you want to fit. It’s like the Victory Motorcycles web “customize” feature, Triumph’s “Configurator” and BMW’s recently released “configurator” which allow you to work out their complex pricing strategy for accessories. The Indian …

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Indian Chieftain

2014 Indian Chieftain review

  A 1500km road test over three days on some treacherously bumpy and slippery roads in steaming heat and cold rain has confirmed that the Indian Chieftain is a competent long hauler. It’s comfortable, powerful, refined, a real head-turner and, at $35,995 ride away, it’s also great value for money, coming standard with cruise control, …

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First Indian Chief owner

Meet the proud owner of the first Indian Chief to arrive in Australia later this year. Ken Hager drew “number 1” from a special draw tonight with actor Shane Jacobsen at an official preview function for the launch of the Indian Chief at the Victory/Indian dealership in Parramatta Rd, Sydney. He is one of 111 …

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