2016 Indian Motorcycle Model Lineup

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Indian Motorcycle fans are in for a real treat with the newest paint options for the 2016 model motorcycles. The line up introduces the all-new, all-black Chief Dark Horse, a anti-lock brake system and a new color option for the midsize Indian Scout, and new color palettes for the Chief Classic cruiser, Chief Vintage, Chieftain bagger, and the Roadmaster touring.

75th Anniversary Sturgis Motorcycle Rally attendees will be the first to view the entire 2016 Indian Motorcycle lineup, just look for the Indian Motorcycle on Lazelle St. in Downtown, Sturgis. Demo rides will be held daily at 2100 Whitewood Service Road (I-90 at Exit 30) from Saturday, August 1st through Saturday August 9th, starting at 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Check out the awesome 2016 Indian Motorcycle lineup:

2016 Indian® Scout™ ABS and Indian Scout:

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2016 Indian® Scout™ ABS and Indian Scout

MSRP: $10,999

New Colors: Wildfire Red

"With an unmatched heritage dating back more than 80 years and unprecedented demand for its predecessor, Indian Motorcycle is proud to introduce 2016 Indian Scout ABS. This middle-weight cruiser weighs in at 558 pounds (dry) and extends its decades-long legacy of superb balance, precise handling and potent performance that dominated the Wall of Death and conquered the Bonneville Salt Flats. With its compact design and low 25.3-inch seat height, the Indian Scout is the perfect multipurpose bike for virtually any rider.

Featuring a liquid-cooled 69 cubic inch V-twin engine, 100 HP of performance and starting at $10,999 for Gloss Black, and $11,299 for Thunder Black Smoke, Silver Smoke and the striking new Wildfire Red. The new Indian Scout is the proud future of one of motorcycling’s most storied bikes, and is now available with anti-lock brakes (ABS) including the Indian Motorcycle Red paint (itself a $300 premium) for $11,999. All 2016 Indian Scout models come with a genuine leather solo seat, and feature a cast aluminum chassis for superior handling and overall balance."

- Indian Motorcycle Press Release

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