Indian Motorcycle has announced significant changes across its model line-up, with new accessories and a boost to standard equipment, as well as the addition of the Vintage Dark Horse and Roadmaster Limited to the Indian range in 2021.
The Indian Vintage Dark Horse wears ‘blacked-out’ styling and soft black leather bags, with pricing set at $33,495 plus on-road costs.
Meanwhile, the new Roadmaster Limited tops the line-up at $41,995 with gloss paint, chrome finishes, a modern fairing and ‘slammed’ saddlebags.
The Roadmaster model range has been enhanced with standard Apple CarPlay, and a heated/cooled seat is standard on the Limited and Dark Horse variants.
Speaking of, the Roadmaster Dark Horse ($41,495) benefits from new styling for 2021, powered by Indian’s Thunderstroke 116 motor and with premium features like Metzeler Cruisetec tyres, adjustable fairing vents, heated grips and an adjustable windshield.
Standard amenities across the entire Roadmaster lineup include remote-locking saddlebags and trunk with over 140 litres of combined storage, adjustable passenger floorboards, cruise control, keyless ignition, tyre pressure monitoring and full LED lighting.
All variants across the Roadmaster, Chieftain, Springfield and Challenger models also gain a 12-volt charge port on the dash, while new adaptive LED lights and a new audio system can now be optioned.
Indian’s entry-level Scout range, which is powered by the brand’s 1133cc V-twin delivering 74kW (100hp), has been treated to new colour schemes for 2021.
Indian 2021 range pricing
Indian Scout – $20,995
Indian Scout Bobber – $19,995
Indian Scout Bobber Twenty – $21,495
Indian Vintage Dark Horse – $33,495
Indian Vintage – $33,995
Indian Springfield Dark Horse – $35,495
Indian Springfield Limited – $35,995
Indian Chieftain Dark Horse – $38,495
Indian Chieftain Limited – $38,995
Indian Challenger Dark Horse – $39,495
Indian Challenger Limited – $39,995
Indian Roadmaster – $42,995
Indian Roadmaster Dark Horse – $41,495
Indian Roadmaster Limited – $41,995
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