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Chief

Starting at $14,499 US MSRP
Logistics surcharge of $300 will apply.
Plus destination charge and set-up.

Trim

Chief Black Metallic

Chief

Starting at $14,499 US MSRP
Logistics surcharge of $300 will apply.
Plus destination charge and set-up.
Trim & Color options Black Metallic

Features

Features
THUNDERSTROKE 111

The award-winning Thunderstroke 111 produces 108 ft-lbs of raw torque for passing power in all 6 gears.

HEAD-TURNING DESIGN

Turn heads on every corner with simple, purposeful design showcasing bobbed fenders, exposed rear shocks and a steel welded tube frame. It's an invitation to make it your own.

AN ICON, REMASTERED

Bold block lettering is a modern celebration of the Indian Motorcycle legend.

History

Yesterday

1921 marked the debut of the Indian Motorcycle Chief. Designed by the legendary Charles Franklin, the dirt track racer and engineer who also dreamed up the Scout, the Chief had a 61-cubic-inch V-twin, dual cams, a low seat, and graceful lines. Riders loved its reliable power, formidable torque, and agile frame, and the bike quickly gained fans around the world. In the 1940s, the Chief helped fuel the post-war era of bike racing and customization in America.

Today

For its’ 100th anniversary, one of America’s most iconic bikes has been completely reimagined by America’s first motorcycle company. The new Chief is the perfect blend of old and new - a timeless design supplemented with modern technology and performance, and zero compromises. It retains its classic compact stance, simple steel frame, and 64-inch wheelbase. With the Chief’s timeless design, dedication to Indian Motorcycle’s legendary past, and unobtrusive modern technology, the only people it will disappoint are the ones who hoped to keep it in their rearview.

* Starting at MSRP is the manufactured suggested price and excludes delivery, setup, tax, title, license, and additional fees and expenses. Bikes may be shown with optional accessories. Final sale price determined by authorized Indian Motorcycle® dealer. Specifications and MSRP are subject to change. Due to California emissions regulations, additional costs may apply when purchasing or leasing a Motorcycle in California.