Indian Motorcycle has launched its new luxury tourer called the Roadmaster. The ‘Roadmaster’ name is nothing new for Indian, where it was originally produced from 1947-1953.
Like its original model, the all-new Roadmaster is designed for comfortable long rides with “proven power and endless chrome,” as the Company’s stated goal of building “the most luxurious touring motorcycle in America”. The bike almost mechanically identical to the Chieftain, but adds some functional and premium upgrades.
The all-new 2015 Indian Roadmaster is powered by the same 1811cc Thunder Stroke 111 air-cooled V-Twin engine that also powers the Chief Classic, Chief Vintage, Chieftain. The engine is linked to a six-speed transmission and it has a total output of 73 Hp and 119 ft/lbs of torque. It is equipped with High-resolution Anti-Lock Brakes and Electronic cruise control.
The 2015 Indian Roadmaster features nearly 38 gallons of weatherproof storage -in the front, truck, and saddlebags-, new adjustable passenger floorboards, standard dual hard saddlebags with quick-release capability, a roomy and removable carpet-lined trunk, Keyless ignition with remote saddlebag and trunk locks, an electrically-adjustable windshield, genuine heated leather seats with individual controls and high/low settings, grips with multiple temperature settings, adjustable airflow lower fairings, full LED lighting, chrome front and rear highway bars, tyre pressure monitoring system, triple power ports, advanced infotainment system, Bluetooth capability, as well as In-Dash travel features.
The 2015 Indian Roadmaster will come in three color options: Thunder Black, Red and two-tone Red and Ivory Cream. The Thunder Black and two-tone models are priced at $26,999, while the Red is available for $27,599.