Did Polaris stop making the Indian Chieftain Classic? I didn't see it in their lineup for 2021.
I hope that you are wrong. I'm thinking that they may keep it going for a while longer. People wanting a Chieftain with the classic look, can still buy the Classic Roadmaster, and strip it down.And I believe the Roadmaster with the classic fairing is not far behind.
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I hope so too.I hope that you are wrong. I'm thinking that they may keep it going for a while longer. People wanting a Chieftain with the classic look, can still buy the Classic Roadmaster, and strip it down.
I completely agree. I bought the Indian RM because it had that classic "Indian" look. I praised Polaris engineering for taking styling cues from the classic Indian look from long years ago and molded it into a completely new and modern bike. It looked classy and not like any other bikes. Practically every time I stop for fuel people walk up to me to look at the bike and tell me how great it looks. If I wanted to ride a bike that looked like a Harley I would have purchased a Harley. I understand Polaris opening up their market to attract more Harley riders but don't forget your roots! I plan on keeping my 15 RM for quite some time. I just love it and was never a big fan of the Ride Command. Just too big a screen for me. I'm afraid if I ever do go into the market for a new bike it might not be an Indian if they stray too far from looking like an Indian. Long live the curved Indian fender! DeanTo me that's what attracted me to Indian and was something different than everything else out there. I feel Polaris has kinda sold out and are making the bike more Harleyish. The original classic fairing is what set Indian apart from other manufacturers. So glad I've got the "old" style and will probably keep it as long as I can ride. Polaris dropped the ball on this one.