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10 Indian Motorcycle Indian Chieftain User Reviews
This bike is really too much good on the road. For a heavy bike like Chieftain, the braking prowess needs to be equally impressive too. The four-piston 300mm disc up front and an equal sized disc with 2-piston calliper at the back does the job fairly decently. This bulky bike is one of the most popu... Read More »
This bike is really a good bike on the road. A lot of the comfort also comes due to the fact that the handle bars, switch gear as well as the pedals are well within reach and you don??™t have to stretch far out. It has a fuel tank capacity of 20.8 liters and has a range of 200km which is really good... Read More »
The Indian Chieftain is a very smartly executed motorcycle. For starters it shares a lot of its parts with the cheaper Indian Chief Classic and the Indian Chief Vintage, but at the same time doesn??™t lose out on its individuality. The 1,811cc unit makes an insane peak power 101PS and max torque of ... Read More »
This is just a superbike on the road. I recently bought this model when I was in Delhi. This was the bike which I wanted to buy. This is a real superbike. Aside from its sheer size and the long list of features, the Thunderstroke 111 engine too doesn??™t fail to impress either. This is really a good... Read More »
This Indian motorcycle truly deserves respect. The hard saddlebags hold up to 22 pounds each and mount on quick-release anchors for easy off and on if anyone don??™t want to fumble with a key. When I first laid eyes on the mill, I was struck by how much the valve train geometry, head construction an... Read More »