Indian Chieftain is the only faired motorcycle and also most expensive in the iconic American brand’s lineup. The fenders and the overall appeal are classic, however, the motorcycle has been given modern safety and convenience features such as keyless entry. The Chieftain comes with a tank-mounted console that has a large analogue speedometer as well as a digital display screen that provides a lot of ride and fuel data. Designed for long distance riding, the cruiser Indian motorcycle has fairing that houses an audio system that delivers quality sound from dual high-output speakers along with a Bluetooth audio system. The windshield on the motorcycle can be raised or lowered depending on the requirement of the ride.
Indian Chieftain

Indian Chieftain Bike Key Features

  • Indian Chieftain Braking and Safety

    Indian Chieftain comes fitted with dual 300 mm disc with four-piston calliper at the front and at the back, it gets a 300 mm disc with twin-piston calliper. It also features ABS (anti-lock braking system).

  • Indian Chieftain Mileage

    Indian Chieftain has a fuel tank capacity of 20.80 litres and is capable of delivering about 20 kmpl.