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Indian Roadmaster Elite Launched at Rs. 48 Lakhs

Indian Roadmaster Elite Launched at Rs. 48 Lakhs

Snapshot: Indian Roadmaster Elite features a custom-inspired dual tone candy paint which is handcrafted with real 23K Gold leaf badging on the tank.

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Indian Motorcycle has launched its flagship product, the Roadmaster Elite, at a sticker price of Rs. 48 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom) in the Indian market. In a glittering ceremony, Mr. Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director and Country Head, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., handed over the keys of the most luxurious motorcycle to Mr. Swaranjit Singh Bajaj, 1st owner of Indian Roadmaster Elite. The motorcycle features a custom-inspired dual tone candy paint which is handcrafted with real 23K Gold leaf badging on the tank.

Recently, Indian Motorcycle slashed the price of bikes by Rs. 3 Lakhs in Indian market!

Commenting on the launch and exclusivity of the flagship model of the Indian Motorcycle® line-up, Mr. Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director and Country Head, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., said “The Indian® RoadmasterTM Elite embodies the rich heritage of authenticity, fine handcrafted quality and legendary American spirit. The dual-tone candy paint 23K gold leaf badging marks the uniqueness of this product. It also features the Indian Motorcycle® Ride Command® System, which is a pinch, touch, swipe solution for information essential for riders. This product has an attitude for riders looking for the best of the machines. We are proud to handover the keys of this unique machine to Mr. Swaranjit Singh Bajaj, the 1st owner of Indian® RoadmasterTM Elite in India.”

“The Indian RoadmasterTM Elite is a product which is symbolic and will make a statement on the road. The exclusivity and attitude of this touring machine makes it even more special for me. I’m more than proud to be a part of the Indian Motorcycle® family and the only customer to own this prized possession,” said Mr. Swaranjit Singh Bajaj, 1st owner of Indian Roadmaster Elite. The bike comes with a 7-inch Ride Command System with features like Bluetooth audio, navigation, vehicle information & status and split-screen technology as standard. It also flaunts custom, gold-spun engine covers for an ultra-premium finish. The airing design has been inspired from the sleek and powerful streamliner locomotives of the 1950s with chrome headlight nacelle.

Speaking of features, Indian Roadmaster Elite boasts of Remote locking hard saddlebags, 36 kgs of Cargo space, Pathfinder LED headlamps, ABS, Push button power windshield, Pinnacle mirrors, Premium Touring Saddle, Passenger armrest, Passenger Floorboards, Internally wired handlebars, Keyless ignition, Cruise Control, Touring Console, 300-Watt Audio system, Additional Storage & Wind Protection etc. to name a few. The Indian Roadmaster Elite can be further enhanced with a full line of featured accessories such as 19-inch 10-Spoke Front Wheel, Stage 1 Performance Air Cleaner and Thunder Stroke Stage 1 exhaust. The Stage 1 Performance Air Cleaner boosts the performance and improves the acceleration by adding 3 percent more horsepower and 3 percent more torque to the machine.

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