2020 Indian Motorcycle FTR 1200 Rally First Look Preview The FTR Rally model originally launched in Europe is now available in North America.... coming in at 13.5K... not a bad price for what you get...
I know we talked about it when it first came out in Europe... at that time it was a Euro bike only... I'm just kind of surprised there was no fan-fare at all about it being in NA just happened to run across the article...It’s a base model with spoke wheels, and a couple other add ons that were already offered through Indian.
It is cheaper to buy it as a package than add it to the base
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IMHO they won’t give up on the FTR that easy. Polaris kept Victory going for 18 years and they are still keeping the Slingshot around.I'm thinking that unless sales pick up this Spring the lack of demand for the FTR might spell it's doom. Bad in a way but will possibly up the value of existing ones sometime in the future. I expect other versions or models utilizing the 1200 motor will come.
There's a new rear shock that was released by 3rd party producer that lowers the seat height ~1"-1.5" if memory serves me correct.I think they need to make one with shorter wheels to lower the wheel base and modify the foot controls to more of a mid position and they might have something. They also need all the FTR's to be more competitive in price to similar models.
Ya ... I assume the profit margin on the Chief Classic was too small.but only took 4 years to drop the Chief....
yeah that one kinda blew my mind... at least around here when I went to buy a new bike that's what I was looking for... couldn't find one (winter 18-19) so I bought a 18 Limited... I would have got the RMC if I could have found one... but I think nation wide they were not sellingAnd I forgot about the Roadmaster Classic too.
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