It’s the most wonderful time of the year, if you like to ogle new motorcycles.
We can expect factory tracker-style bike to be more performance-oriented than most North American bikes, but don’t expect a fender-free racer.
The made-in-America naked bike appears to be built with an eye towards enjoyable rideability, even if performance isn’t as in-your-face as some of the more edgy Euro competition.
Indian released details of next year’s pricing, bodywork changes, dozens of photos, and stereo upgrades today.
Indian includes riding modes, rear cylinder deactivation and better stereos on new bikes.
ABS is now standard on all Scout, Scout Sixty and Scout Bobber machines, except for models with Thunder Black paint.
Scout, Scout Sixty and Scout Bobber models all see recall over potential air in brake system.
Indian is considering a manufacturing facility in Poland to avoid the European Union’s import tariff.
Made-in-American motorcycles over 500 cc are going to see a 25 per cent import tariff enacted in the European Union this week.
After wowing the moto-world with a concept bike at EICMA, Indian now says it plans to build a street-legal version, coming as a 2019 model.