Download 2018 Indian Motorcycles lineup
2018 Indian Motorcycles lineup
2018 Indian Motorcycles lineup
2018 Indian Motorcycles lineup,
The 2018 Indian motorcycle lineup includes 16 models, up from 12 last year. Indian bumped up the features and added new color choices to several models for 2018, and wh...
2018 Indian Motorcycles lineup,
The 2018 Indian motorcycle lineup includes 16 models, up from 12 last year. Indian bumped up the features and added new color choices to several models for 2018, and while most prices stayed the same, some went up -- and one went notably down. Across Indian's 2018 lineup you'll see changes in tech, convenience, and style.

The new for 2018 top-of-the-line Roadmaster Elite has a $37,000 starting price that might make you wonder if it's painted with gold -- and in fact, it is. We've already looked at (and happily ridden) the 2018 Indian Scout Bobber, a stripped-down, blacked-out version of the famed Scout that's new for this model year. The other new 2018 Indian motorcycles include the Springfield Dark Horse model and the new Chieftain Classic.

We've included below all the information you need to choose one of the standard 2018 Indian motorcycles; the full lineup will be in dealership showrooms in September. But keep in mind that Indian loves limited edition special models. The company has done exceedingly well with limited edition models like its Jack Daniels collaborative editions, limited edition Chieftains, and Scout FTR750 flat track racing bikes.

Indian Vice President of Motorcycles Kevin Reilly told Digital Trends in early July that more limited edition bikes definitely will be offered in the 2018 model year. Keep in mind the 50th anniversary of Burt Munro's unbroken 1967 land speed record -- Indian calls it the Spirit of Munro; we won't be surprised to see a limited Munro Edition Scout. Indian's continued success in the American Flat Track 2017 season might also inspire special editions.

Indian Motorcycle Engines

All Indians are powered by what most consider large to huge V-twin engines. The smallest engine on what Indian refers to as its "mid-size" motorcycles is the Scout Sixty's 61-cubic inch (999cc) 78 horsepower motor. The Indian Scout and Scout Bobber share a 69-cubic inch (1,133cc) 100 hp engine. Maximum torque hits at 65 lb-ft @ 5,800 RPM on the Scout Sixty and 72 lb-ft at 6,000 RPM on the Scout and Bobber.

The three Scout mid-size bikes have liquid cooling. The Scout Sixty engine has an 11.1:1 compression ratio and the Scout and Scout Bobber's larger motor has a 10.7:1 ratio. Therefore it's not surprising Indian recommends 91 octane fuel in the 3.3-gallon fuel tanks.

The remaining 2018 models use Indian's Thunder Stroke 111-cubic inch (1,811cc) engine, air cooled for all Chieftain and Roadmaster models, which use a combination of air and oil cooling. Indian doesn't release horsepower data for the big engine, but its maximum 119-pound-feet of torque is available at a low 3,000 RPM, which means full pulling power is available with a slight throttle twist. The big engine has a 9.5:1 compression ratio which might lead you to think 87-octane regular gas is fine, but the 2017 Indian owners manual still recommends 91-octane premium unleaded gas for the 5.5-gallon fuel tank.

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