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Company Overview of Indian Motorcycle Company

Company Overview

Indian Motorcycle Company designs, manufactures, assembles, deals in, retails, and supplies motorcycles for customers in the United States and internationally. The company also offers jackets, gloves, and casualwear for men and women; gifts for juniors, personal accessories, and headgear; accessories, such as seats and backrests, and luggage and racks; grips and pegs, including exhaust, audio, handlebars, and wind protection products; and decorative leather and chrome products. It offers its products through a network of dealers. The company was incorporated in 1999 and is based in Kings Mountain, North Carolina. Indian Motorcycle Company operates as a subsidiary of Polaris Industries Inc. (...

116 Battleground Road

Kings Mountain, NC 28086

United States

Founded in 1999

Phone:

704-937-7333

Fax:

704-937-7776

Key Executives for Indian Motorcycle Company

Vice President of Engineering
Director of Dealer Development for West
Director of Dealer Development for East
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Indian Motorcycle Company Key Developments

Indian Motorcycle Introduces the Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

Indian Motorcycle introduced the Indian Chieftain Dark Horse, a blacked-out hard bagger that allows riders to easily customize their ride and hit the highway in head-turning style. A bagger with undeniable presence, the Chieftain Dark Horse offers a ton of matte black, a flicker of chrome, and a wealth of features to roll as one of the most bad-ass American-made V-twin touring bikes on the market. By all but eliminating chrome from the motorcycle, the Dark Horse conveys an aggressive attitude that demands attention for all the right reasons. The Indian Chieftain Dark Horse comes with a two-year unlimited mileage factory warranty and is available in dealerships now starting at just $21,999.

Indian Motorcycle Unveils the Versatile and Affordable All-New 2016 Scout Sixty

Indian Motorcycle introduced the addition to its 2016 lineup the all-new Indian Scout® Sixty. The new 999cc Scout Sixty breaks through boundaries, promising to broadly appeal to new rider segments with a premium motorcycle at the lowest MSRP yet for the brand. The new Indian Scout Sixty offers many of the same features and components of the Indian® Scout®, which was introduced in 2014 at the Black Hills Rally on the fabled Wall of Death. True to the craftsmanship, reliability and legendary agility of the Indian Scout, the new Scout Sixty shares the identical chassis, suspension, brakes and core engine all mated with a new 60 cubic inch engine. With a dry weight of 542 pounds and a potent 65 ft./lbs. of linear torque, the Scout Sixty is paired with a silky smooth, easy-to-shift 5-speed transmission, and starts at $8,999. Offered in three classic Indian Motorcycle colors, the Scout Sixty features a black seat, matching black frame and wheels, and is compatible with the more than 200 accessories already available for the Scout. The new Scout Sixty expands that reach even further to include newer riders and a younger demographic who long to experience the legendary quality and craftsmanship of an Indian motorcycle. The Scout Sixty is available in Thunder Black starting at $8,999, with Indian Motorcycle Red and Pearl White color options starting at $9,299. A seat height of 25.3 inches allows for sure-footed comfort at stops, and the low center of gravity ensures agile cornering, precise balance and overall rider confidence and control. A series of accessories including seats, handlebars and footpeg relocators allow the motorcycle to be tailored to fit each rider, while additional accessories such as saddlebags, wire wheels and quick-release windscreens give owners virtually unlimited freedom to customize their rides. The new Scout Sixty is not shy on performance, with Roland Sands Designs getting the nod as the first to customize the new model. Sands customized five new motorcycles to race prep them for battle in the street bike-based class for the Super Hooligan class at the Superprestigio of the Americas, slated for November 21 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. The new Scout Sixty is already en route to dealerships around the world and is sure to be a popular platform for customizing and personalizing prior to the traditional riding season kick-off at Daytona Bike Week.

Indian Motorcycles to Open New Dealership in Mumbai

Indian Motorcycles, is opening its new dealership in Mumbai, India on October 8, 2015. The dealership is to integrate a service facility, and will sell the entire line-up consisting of six cruiser motorcycles.

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