Indian Roadmaster Classic listed on website, India launch this year

The Roadmaster Classic will launch this year and will be priced at a premium over the standard Roadmaster motorcycle.

By: | Published: May 26, 2017 11:48 AM

Indian Motorcycles will soon expand its product range in India by adding the Roadmaster Classic which will be launched this year as it has been listed on the company's website. Prices of the motorcycle have not been officially revealed, however, according to an NCR dealership, it is priced at Rs 39.86 lakh, ex-showroom.

The Roadmaster Classic will be powered by the existing 1811 cc, Thunder Stroke 111 engine, which generates 135 Nm of torque at 2,100 rpm. The motorcycle has a dry weight between 392 kg and 406 kg. Suspension duty is performed by telescopic front forks and an air adjustable single shock at the rear. The cruiser motorcycle has a 300mm disc with floating rotor at the front and 300 mm single disc with floating rotor at the rear.

Similar to standard Roadmaster, the Indian Roadmaster Classic will be equipped with a LED headlamp, fog lamps, turn indicators and a LED tail lamp. The instrumentation features an analogue layout for the speedometer as well as tachometer along with fuel gauge, range, odometer and gear indicators.

Like all other Indian Motorcycles, the Roadmaster Classic will be equipped with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), Tyre Pressure Monitoring (TPM) as well as cruise control in terms of safety. Unlike the standard Roadmaster, the seats, saddle bags and trunk get a leather treatment, while for entertainment, the motorcycle will be offered with a 100-watt stereo with AM/FM, Bluetooth, USB and smartphone compatibility.The Indian Roadmaster Classic will be available in one body colour option, Red over Ivory Cream.

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With the introduction of another high-end motorcycle by the American motorcycle manufacturer, it is evident that popularity of expensive cruiser motorcycles is gaining popularity. The launch of the Roadmaster Classic is another testimony to this.