Indian Motorcycles Brings Updates to its 2017 Product Lineup

With an aim to present something new, America based premium cruiser manufacturer- Indian Motorcycles updated its whole range of products technically and cosmetically. Though, all these revived 2017 models will be offered only at dealerships in the US, Africa as well as in Middle east. However, we can hope for the best that refreshed Indian cruiser might land on to the Indian shores.

Indian Scout

In this new 2017 series, the Indian Scout and Scout Sixty will receive cycle parts modifications which cover recalibrated rear shocks, a redesigned rear header exhaust pipe, a swingarm cover and increased steering lock aid which will amplify the turning arch of the motorcycles. The wiring of the motorcycles is also bound with a set of straps neatly to give a clutter free look. The Scout will also be offered in three new paint schemes of brilliant blue over pearl white, Indian Motorcycle red over black and ivory cream.

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Indian Roadster instrument console

The Roadmaster and the Chieftain cruiser gets the most important Ride Command infotainment system as a standard fitment on the dashboard. The infotainment system is integrated with a seven-inch touchscreen monitor, which permit the rider to access various information like ride data, vehicle status, use of audio system and navigation system. The customisation aid gives the freedom to use touchscreen monitor while having gloves on. Other than Ride Command, the Roadmaster, and the Chieftain painted in a fresh dual-tone color schemes.

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The rest of the lineup undergo to cosmetic changes as the Chief Classic will now come in two new dual tone shades of burgundy metallic over thunder black and already present pearl white shade. The Chief Vintage also get painted in two new dual tone paint options of Springfield blue over ivory cream and Indian red over ivory cream. The Springfield bagger will now get springfield blue metallic over star silver and steel grey over burgundy metallic, dual tone paint livery.

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