Indian Motorcycle introduced the rival Road Glide from Harley-Davidson

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Indian Motorcycle introduced the rival Road Glide from Harley-Davidson

American legendary brand Indian introduced a new model, which is considered a motor-community as a direct competitor to model Road Glide from no less, and even more well-known manufacturer Harley-Davidson.

The “Indiana” was a big bigger in the kit under the name of Challenger. The motorcycle is available in three versions – the Challenger just over 22 000 dollars in the United States, Challenger “Dark horse” (Dark Horse) for 27 500 $ in the USA and Challenger Limited for 28 000 dollars in the United States.

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They all have the same motor type PowerPlus V-Twin to 122 HP and torque in Nm 173,5. Rear – hydraulically adjustable single shock Fox front – 43 mm inverted fork.

Three driving modes – Standard, Sport and Rain.

Bike Challenger is a completely new “Indiana” platform. Brembo brakes, ABS, adjustable three-position windscreen, adjustable same vents, massive led head light, electronic cruise control, long double seat, start the engine without a key, waterproof side bags with a usable space is 68 liters.

The version of “Dark horse” is proprietary indigenously Smart Lean, which helps to control the deviation of a motorcycle. Also, there is an entertainment Ride Command system with navigation, signs, weather, and traffic, premium black edging, superior Luggage bags, system monitoring tire pressure and a number of features.

Version Limited – more chrome, other fenders, a slightly different steering wheel (made in the trace style for added comfort when riding long distances).

And of course, offer a wide range of accessories with which you can further customize your Indian.

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Wheelbase – 1667.8 mm. Overall length of bike 2500.7 mm. the height of the bike – 1428.5 mm. Tank of 22.7 liters. Clearance 137 mm. seat Height – 672 mm. Weight with full tank – 377 kg.

Wheels – front 19-inch rear 16-inch. Factory warranty – 2 years unlimited mileage.

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