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2014 Indian Chief Vintage - Video and Photos


From The Factory:



 














Starting at $21,000

The 2014 Indian® Chief® Vintage brings iconic Indian styling to a whole new level.

Special features unique to the Chief Vintage include the quick release windshield
and stunningly detailed leather saddlebags, which you can install or remove without
tools in minutes to convert your bike between cruiser and soft bagger. Also easy to
install or remove is the distressed tan leather fringe for the leather seat. Chrome
fender tips add style and protection, and there’s a chrome script vintage
badge on the front fender.

The Indian Chief Vintage has iconic Indian Motorcycle® features such as valanced
fenders, multi-function instrumentation atop the tear-drop fuel tank, and the lit
War Bonnet guiding the way up front.

It also has several features that are special yet standard, including: Cruise control,
keyless start, ABS, throttle by wire, an innovative cast aluminum frame with
integrated air intake – and extensive chrome from end to end. Powering the new
generation of Indian Motorcycle riders down the open road is the Thunder Stroke™ 111.
This smooth, powerful and efficient new engine combines both style and power,
inspired by earlier Chiefs of the 1940s.

Personalize your Indian Chief Vintage with Genuine Indian Motorcycle Parts & Accessories
and get rolling. This is the ultimate signature bike built by Indian Motorcycle enthusiasts,
for Indian Motorcycle enthusiasts.

Same Features as Indian® Chief ® Classic
-Thunder Stroke™ 111
-Keyless
-Extensive Chrome
-Indian Motorcycle® Badging
-War Bonnet
-Valenced Fenders
-Brake Caliper Covers
-Center Console
-Laced Wheels
-5-Year ESC/Roadside Assistance
Plus

Genuine Leather/Natural Tan Color
The comfortable seat and spacious saddlebags
feature natural tan leather that will become even more distinguished over time.
The high-quality leather is strong and durable, and it complements the
traditional Indian Motorcycle style.

Quick Release Windshield
The protective windshield features Indian Chief quick release technology,
so it can be installed or removed without tools in just minutes.







































 
Last update on August 4 2013, 1:52 am by Andy.
Founder Of The VOG

I really do like this bike A LOT. I have always loved that shade of brown leather for the seats and the overall look of this just strikes a chord with me. I just hope they kept the seats and their quality at the same level as the previous models. I really do like the look of the previous Indian's, Bobby's is something to see in person. For me though, the price was the biggest drawback, but I was seriously considering one just the same. This model removes the price hurdle and I think they hit a home-run with the look of the motor, hopefully it will be reliable.


I must be getting a bit soft though as I am also finding myself slightly drawn to the Chieftan and the fact it has music. I am just not sure if I am at a point yet where I can see myself with a full fairing like that as I prefer just the wind-shield. There is nothing in the Victory line that would make me think of getting rid of my Cross Roads, but I cannot say the same now with the new Indian line. 

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This is the bike I'd go with too! I'm keeping my Vision for sure though. Maybe a future model of the Chieftan will knock the Vision off the number one spot.

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davelau said...


Maybe a future model of the Chieftan will knock the Vision off the number one spot.



I wouldn't hold my breath.

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flumpydog said...

I really do like this bike A LOT. I have always loved that shade of brown leather for the seats and the overall look of this just strikes a chord with me.

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I must be getting a bit soft though as I am also finding myself slightly drawn to the Chieftan and the fact it has music.



Have the Indian Chief Vintage ... and music too ... http://www.indianmotorcycle.com/en-us/pages/detail...
Last update on August 4 2013, 8:59 pm by VicBee.
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Andy said...


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I love this bike but I'm not crazy about the passenger pillion.

Last update on August 5 2013, 5:47 pm by conklij.
“In every age it has been the tyrant, the oppressor and the exploiter who has wrapped himself in the cloak of patriotism, or religion, or both to deceive and overawe the People.”

I wonder if dealers will have the ability to delete the white wall tires and go with standard black instead. I've had HD dealers tell me they do that all the time for folks ordering Softail Deluxes.

Riding: 2003 Harley 883C Sportster


2014 Indian Chief Vintage

I am really liking the blue vintage with the solo seat and back rest. This would feel just right in my garage next to my Hammer.

USAF Ret

2006 Victory Hammer

2008 Polaris RZR Black Carbon edition

Soldier down? Kickstands up!

I really like this one as well.  I'm not to sure about all the chrome though.  I like to ride and keeping all those acres of chrome clean would require some time (I think my Cross Roads strikes a decent balance).  I'd like to have a Dark Horse all blacked out with maybe some brushed alum. looking heads and accent pieces here or there.  I'm also still not sure about that big ol honking engine.  I'd like to see it in a 80-85ci engine.  But if I were going to get one this is the one I would get.  I like almost everything about the looks of it with the exception of maybe a little more sculped side panels and that rear tail light turn signals.  But maybe even that wouldn't look so bad in black.   

Last update on August 20 2013, 5:41 pm by Xlr8.

stiles72 said...


I wonder if dealers will have the ability to delete the white wall tires and go with standard black instead. I've had HD dealers tell me they do that all the time for folks ordering Softail Deluxes.



Sure! Anything for a price. Think about it. It is two tire changes. What will that cost you at the dealer? Or simply wear them out then replace. Besides, you can't see the WW when you are riding, hopefully!


 

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