2023 Roadmaster Black Metallic is rated out of 5 by 1375.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 20RM23 from Hi Oh Silver Traded in a 2018 goldwing which I had a lot of fun miles on for a 2023 Roadmaster. The RM is so much easier to use, more comfortable, just as quick if not quicker and just an outstanding bike. I’m also impressed that being a big Vtwin I’m also please to be getting the same mileage as the goldwing. Being able to access so much more of the infotainment while moving is also a plus. Having maintained my GW I must say the RM beats it hands down, i dont have to remove the whole front fairing to get to the air filter. One drawback is the lack of being able to connect 2 Bluetooth helmets to infotainment system. Glad to be driving this Indian on many more of my long road trips
Date published: 2023-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Daddy Woowoo from Absolute beast! This Indian Roadmaster Dark Horse is a beast! It has the looks, the feel, the power, and the handling you would love. I’m a small guy but hardly notice the size. Ride safe!
Date published: 2023-05-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by Metaleater from 2023 Roadmaster Definitely cheeping things out the fit and finish need to improve. Things that were finished or powder coated on earlier models are left raw. Price keeps going up and quality keeps going down. I love the ride but definitely disappointed for the cash spent.
Date published: 2023-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Muttzz from Love ride dislike traveling to a dealership My 2nd roadmaster only downfall dealerships are to far away. Still the trunk doesn’t want to lock, and seat doesn’t work with climacontrol. Went to closest dealership after scheduling online. Their one and only Indian mechanic was off. They had 2 weeks to reschedule after I rode 60 miles one way to have first service and check these items out. Paid over 500$ for an oil change and no warranty work. Original dealer I bought the bike from said that was way overpriced for the 120$ oil kit and 2 hours of head scratching. Polaris needs to have all the dealers educate the mechanics on their stuff. I have a local Polaris dealer near my house that works on other motorcycles ie Honda Yamaha etc. Why pay 30k$ in traveling for a 35k$ bike
Date published: 2023-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fatb490 from Comfort I traded in my 2019 street glide best decision I ever made.
Date published: 2023-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Okay doky from Power choices Was a great birthday present Great ride power and appearance
Date published: 2022-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Workhorse from Just do it! This is my second Indian Roadmaster. After I lost my mind and traded my first Roadmaster in on a 2021 new Harley Ultra- I knew within the first 10 miles of taking ownership I screwed up! Needless to say I had the Ultra less than a year and went right back after my new Roadmaster Darkhorse! Folks- do yourself a favor and just try one- remove the Harley stigma for a minute and just try one- you won’t regret it. The bells and whistles that Indian gives you for the same price as a stripped Ultra alone makes it worth it. You want a “me too” bike get a Harley- you want a head turning, lap of luxury , stand out from the crowd piece of art get the Indian!
Date published: 2022-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Powerstroke from I love my '22 Roadmaster It's only been 3.5 weeks and 1000 miles since purchase but honestly I haven't found a thing about this scoot I don't like. This is replacing my '02 Chief, and while I love my Garlic Indian which I've owned for 18 years, this new Roadmaster is beyond next level in the world of Indian, and motorcycles in general. Overall quality is outstanding, fit and finish are second to none, it has loads of storage space, and all the features you could want in a touring bike. And while it's no superbike, it has great power, brakes, and handling. It looks vintage and modern at the same time with a strong nod to it's forefathers and I don't just mean it's skirted fenders. There's a bit of Springfield, Gilroy, and Kings Mountain contained in it's design. It is uniquely Indian, and it does not get lost in a crowd, rather it stands out in the crowd without being flashy and overly pretentious. I look forward to riding this machine every day even as the cold and winter bear down on us here in the Northeast. With it's heated seat and handgrips as long as it's not raining or snowing, I'll continue to ride deep into Winter, and look forward to next Spring, clicking off miles with pride on this latest incarnation of the Indian Roadmaster. This Indian seriously puts a smile on my face!
Date published: 2022-11-06