2016 Indian Dark Horse Motorcycle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Hoping to open the floodgates for a younger male audience, Indian has re-worked its entry-level offering as they debut the 2016 Indian Dark Horse Motorcycle.

It’s everything you know and love from the company’s Chief Classic touring motorcycle, but without some of the unnecessary bells and whistles. Not only do these extras help Indian lower the MSRP, it also helps the bike shed some weight. While it’s not light by any stretch of the imagination, the 2-wheeler has dropped 27 pounds from the 2015 Chief model, tipping the scale at 751 pounds. This beauty is still packing the Thunder Stroke V-twin engine paired with a six-speed transmission, providing the ultimate driving experience on the open road. The entire bike has been given the blacked-out color treatment and features a single-passenger vinyl seat, remote keychain ignition, cruise control and ABS brakes. The Dark Horse starts at $16,999. [Purchase]

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