Latest news, prices and updates on 2023 Indian motorcycles.
From an Isle of Man TT winner to fire-breathing boardtrack racers, the wartime Scout and Chief, and even an elegant four-cylinder model, the Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company owned an important slice of motorcycling for more than 50 years before falling into bankruptcy. After others made several failed attempts to reinvent the brand, Polaris Industries is doing it properly. Manufactured in Spirit Lake, Iowa, three new models of Indian motorcycles—Chief Classic, Chief Vintage, and Chieftain—debuted in 2014. All shared a cast aluminum frame, a 111ci Thunder Stroke V-twin engine delivering peak torque at less than 3,000 rpm, and classic styling touches such as deeply skirted fenders. Indian's model line has since been expanded to 17 V-twin-powered machines for the 2020 model year, including the liquid-cooled Scout 60 and Scout Bobber. Browse all of the latest Indian motorcycles, including the brand-new flat-track spinoff, the FTR 1200.