QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT

INDIAN MOTORCYCLES


  • Question:

    What are the prices for the 2013 Indian Chief Motorcycles?

    Answer:

    2013 Chief Classic: $26,499
    2013 Chief Dark Horse: $27,999
    2013 Chief Vintage: $36,899
    2013 Chief Vintage LE: $37,899

    You can also click here for special offers and rebates on 2011-2009 models.

  • Question:

    Where can I buy a new Indian Chief Motorcycle?

    Answer:

    We are currently opening dealerships across the nation. Click here to find a dealer in your area. For international sales, click here.

  • Question:

    How many models are available?

    Answer:

    For 2013, we are offering four models: the Chief Classic, the Chief Dark Horse, the Chief Vintage, and the Chief Vintage LE.

  • Question:

    How do I contact Indian Motorcycle?

    Answer:

    You can contact Indian by calling 1-888-704-5290 or by visiting our Contact Us page.

  • Question:

    What kind of powertrain do the new Indians use? Do you build it yourself or buy it off the shelf?

    Answer:

    The new Chief features a state-of-the-art, electronically fuel-injected 105 ci PowerPlus v-twin engine that fully upholds Indian's legendary reputation for power and durability. Engineered and developed by Indian Motorcycle, all engines are manufactured at our Osceola, WI facility.

  • Question:

    Who owns Indian Motorcycles?

    Answer:

    Polaris Industries Inc purchased Indian Motorcycle Company in April 2011. Now backed by a $2 billion company, you can expect the confidence of the Polaris engineering team, vision, quality and performance to be delivered in the classic Indian Motorcycle. To learn more about Polaris, click here.

  • Question:

    When will you offer factory tours?

    Answer:

    We do not offer public factory tours at this time.

  • Question:

    Where can I find and purchase various Springfield and Gilroy-era Indian Motorcycle Company parts and accessories?

    Answer:

    Please contact your local Indian Motorcycle dealer. Click here to find U.S. dealers and for international dealers click here.
    Crazy Horse Motorcycles is also an authorized source of parts and service for Gilroy Platform or Gilroy Era Indian motorcycles, parts and accessories.

    Crazy Horse Motorcycles
    19403 72nd Ave S
    Kent, WA 98032
    Phone: 253.872.3602
    Fax: 253.872.3604
    www.crazyhorsemotorcycles.com

  • Question:

    Where can I find Parts and Manuals for Indian Motorcycle?

    Answer:

    Please contact your local Indian Motorcycle dealer. Click here to find U.S. dealers and for international dealers click here.

  • Question:

    Where can I buy official Indian t-shirts and leather gear?

    Answer:

    You can purchase them at a dealership near you or right here on our website. Visit the apparel and gift sections of our site and start shopping!

  • Question:

    Are your motorcycles made in the USA?

    Answer:

    We are proud that all Indian Motorcycles are assembled in Spirit Lake, IA.

  • Question:

    Does Polaris purchasing Indian change the warranty on my 2009-2012 motorcycle?

    Answer:

    The Polaris Industries purchase of Indian Motorcycle does not change any warranties on 2009-2012 motorcycles. Warranty status will remain in place and be honored.

  • Question:

    Will Polaris make parts for the 1999-2003 bikes?

    Answer:

    At this time, Polaris does not manufacture any parts specifically for the 1999-2003 models. To find parts for these models, click here.

  • Question:

    Will Victory/Polaris dealers become Indian dealers?

    Answer:

    We are working on expanding our Indian dealer network, but this does not mean that any or all Victory/Polaris dealers will become Indian dealers.

  • Question:

    Can I take my Indian bike to a Victory/Polaris dealer for service/warranty work?

    Answer:

    In all warranty situations, you will need to initiate a warranty transaction with an Indian Motorcycle dealer to obtain service. If there is a customer or dealer concern regarding the distance required for warranty work, your dealership can contact Polaris. If your Indian dealership recommends warranty service at a non-Indian dealer, a member of the Polaris Dealer Services staff will work with you, your dealership and a Victory dealer to arrange for warranty service work and an established Victory dealer.