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<span>It's Official! The 2014 Indian lineup will include three new models:

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Chief Classic $19,000



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2014 Indian Chief Classic (starting MSRP: $18,999)
The new Indian Chief Classic is a pure, powerful cruiser forged from key heritage design elements yet wrapped in advanced design, engineering and technology. It features iconic styling like valanced fenders, rich genuine leather saddle, classic tank-mounted instrumentation, tear-drop fuel tank design, and sculpted and lighted front fender war bonnet. The 2014 Indian Chief Classic comes standard with a host of premium features including endless chrome, keyless ignition, ABS, cruise control, throttle-by-wire, true dual exhaust, high quality chrome laced spoke wheels, brake caliper covers, cast aluminum frame with integrated air intake, and much more.

<span>The Indian Chief Classic, like all 2014 Indian Chief models, is powered by the all-new, clean sheet design Thunder Stroke&trade; 111 engine. Offering 111 cubic inches of pavement pounding power and 119 ft-lbs of torque, this class-leading power plant draws powerful design cues from heritage Indian Motorcycle engines merged with brilliant engineering and advanced technologies. The Thunder Stroke 111 is a 49-degree, air-cooled V-twin with 6-speed overdrive transmission, and features unmatched premium exterior finishes and touches. It offers owners the peace-of-mind that comes from over two million miles of on-road and test-lab verification and Polaris Industries&rsquo; 60 years of engineering prowess.</span>

For more on the 2014 Indian Chief Classic, click this link:
http://www.thevog.net/forum/thread/20490/2014-indian-chief-classic/
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Chief Vintage $21,000



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2014 Indian Chief Vintage (starting MSRP: $20,999)
The new Indian Chief Vintage is a soft bagger that takes iconic Indian Motorcycle styling to a whole new level with handcrafted detail and a signature heritage aesthetic. The Indian Chief Vintage offers top-quality quick-release soft-sided leather bags, leather fringe, chrome fender tips, vintage chrome badging on the front fender and a quick-release windshield for easy installation or removal. It includes the same premium standard features as the Indian Chief Classic, and sports the same iconic design elements like valanced fenders, laced wheels, whitewall tires, tank-mounted instrument cluster and extensive chrome finishes throughout. It is also powered by the new Thunder Stroke 111 engine.

For More On The Indian Chief Vintage, Click This Link:
http://www.thevog.net/forum/thread/20492/2014-indian-chief-vintage/
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Chieftain $23,000



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2014 Indian Chieftain (starting MSRP: $22,999)
The first Indian Motorcycle of its kind, the 2014 Indian Chieftain maintains the legendary Indian Chief styling, while taking this progressive machine to new heights with advanced features and premium comfort. Unlike any Indian Motorcycle ever made, the Chieftain features a fairing with integrated driving lights, and its power windshield is an industry-first for a fork-mounted fairing. Standard features include hard saddlebags featuring remote locks and quick-release anchors, a high-output audio system featuring integrated Bluetooth&reg;smartphone connectivity, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

&ldquo;When we acquired Indian Motorcycle two and a half years ago we set out to capture the heart, soul and legendary heritage of this iconic American brand and then infuse it with unparalleled design, engineering and state-of-the-art technology,&rdquo; said Scott Wine, CEO of Indian Motorcycle parent company Polaris Industries Inc. &ldquo;On Saturday night we revealed three stunning new Indian Chief models that represent the results of our journey and the future of this brand. It was a triumphant day for all of us, and I know motorcycling fans around the world proudly join us in celebrating Indian Motorcycle and the realization that choice in American motorcycles is here to stay.&rdquo;
<span>MORE on the 2014 Indian Chieftain here: http://www.thevog.net/forum/thread/20491/2014-indian-chieftain/

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Pricing is right for sure but glad I went with the CCT this time around

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Looks like they got it right as well as with price. Chieftain looks sweet
 
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Wow! Awesome! Definitely no mistaking you're riding an Indian!
I had no idea they were going to work a bat fairing into the line-up!! Wow- Home run!
 
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I like the look. Can't wait to see one in person
Like to hear from those fortunate to have

US pricing is reasonable. Wonder what Cdn prices will be like
 
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I like the look. Can't wait to see one in person Like to hear from those fortunate to have US pricing is reasonable. Wonder what Cdn prices will be like

Like all pricing for this stuff in Canada bend over and touch your toes,
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1310 said:
I like the look. Can't wait to see one in person Like to hear from those fortunate to have US pricing is reasonable. Wonder what Cdn prices will be like
If it's anything like the Victory pricing add 15%
 
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They look identicle to the 2012 models except fot the engine :-(
 
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I don't want to sell my Kingpin, please stop posting these photo's Andy, please
 
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one word from me ...................disgusting...................
 
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3763 said:
I see alot of Victory in them Idiun's

Well as much as you would like to beleive that one remember who was first in this field it WAS NOT VICTORY
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I see alot of Victory in them Idiun's
I was thinking the exact same thing! Looks like a Victory Cross Roads frame with Indian tins on it, different forks and bars.... Not saying that is such a bad thing..... Victory has amazed me how they can do so much with the exact same frame since '98. Actually rather brilliant from a money making / business stand point. I like them so far! Can't wait to see more images as well as hi res photos. Doubt I will see one in person for quite some time in Alabama.
 
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Uhmm not my cup of tea to retro
Funny, that is exactly was I was expecting. I think Polaris will keep Indian retro and let Victory be the cutting edge. Just my opinion.

Personally I hate the fairing but then again I'm glad it's not a Harley look alike. The Harley faithful already say that the Thunderstroke looks like an S&S X wedge. Funny thing there is the new Indian engine was based off the old Indian engine. Just so happens the S&S engine was ALSO based off the old Indian engine...

My favorite is the Classic. Not sure if I will get it instead of the High Ball though. I have a couple of years to go before I make that choice anyway. Maybe by then the new Indian Scout will be out.
 
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I'll be uploading the lead post of this thread as I receive the information.

Chief Classic Photo is up!
 
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