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Indian Motorcycle launch the Roadmaster at Rs 37 lakh

06 Feb 2015 / 0

US-based motorcycle manufacturers, Indian Motorcycle, have launched the 2015 Roadmaster in India at Rs 37 lakh (ex-Delhi). The price however is subject to variation on the basis of the colour scheme opted for. The Roadmaster will now sell alongside the Indian Chief (Classic and Vintage), Chieftain and Scout.

Indian Roadmaster 10

The Roadmaster is propelled by the company’s 1811cc Thunderstroke 111 engine that produces 138.9Nm of torque. The touring motorcycle has a host of features that augment the motorcycle’s touring credentials, such as a windshield that can be adjusted at the press of a button, heated seats and grips for those early morning rides in the winter and adjustable floorboards which offer sufficient leg room.

Indian Roadmaster 7

In addition to these, the bike comes with Indian Motorcycle’s Pathfinder LED lights, a remote locked 64.4-litre storage trunk at the rear, keyless ignition and tan leather seats as standard. Customers can also accessorise the bike with saddle bags, a heel shifter and a chrome armrest for the pillion rider. Deliveries of the Indian Roadmaster will commence from the second half of 2015.

More from OVERDRIVE on Indian Motorcycle:

2015 Indian Scout review

Indian Scout launched at an attractive Rs 11.99 lakh

Exclusive: 2014 Indian Chieftain review

Indian Motorcycle opens first showroom in India at Gurgaon

The 2016 Indian Chief Dark Horse to debut at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show, Chicago

 

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