Where can I buy an all-new 2018 Indian® Chief® Motorcycle?
We are currently opening dealerships across the nation. Click here to find a dealer in your area.
How many models are available?
For model year 2018, we are offering 6 models: the Chief® Classic, Chief® Dark Horse, Chief® Vintage, Chieftain™, Roadmaster™ and the Scout™.
What kind of powertrain does the new Indian Motorcycle® use? Did you build it yourself or buy it off the shelf?
The 2018 Indian® Chief® is powered by the all-new Thunder Stroke™ 111. The new engine delivers an incredible 119 ft/lbs of torque and features styling that pays tribute to legendary Indian Motorcycle® engines of the past. Engineered and developed from the ground up by Indian Motorcycle, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Polaris Industries, all engines are manufactured at our Osceola, Wisconsin facility.
Where can I find Parts and Manuals for Indian Motorcycle®?
For 2018 Indian® motorcycles, please click here. For manuals prior to model year 2018, please contact your local Indian Motorcycle® dealer. Click here to find U.S. dealers and for international dealers click here.
How do I contact Indian Motorcycle® Company?
You can contact Indian Motorcycle® Company by visiting our Contact Us page.
Who owns Indian Motorcycle®?
Polaris Industries Inc. purchased Indian Motorcycle Company in April 2011. Polaris Industries, founded in 1954, is a $3 billion power sports company with a history of developing segment leading, high quality products. You can have confidence knowing that your 2018 Indian Motorcycle® is developed, tested, and backed by this market leader. To learn more about Polaris, click here.
Do you offer factory tours?
We currently offer a final assembly facility tour. Tours must be scheduled in advance. Walk-in tours are not available. Please contact the plant for availability prior to your visit to see if your request can be accommodated.
Visit our Spirit Lake, Iowa facility to see the final assembly process from start to finish. It starts with a Thunder Stroke™ 111 engine being mounted on a carrier and ends with each bike tested on the road dyno before being crated for shipment.
Do you offer tours of your product development center?
Sorry, we do not offer tours or allow public access to our product development center, where future Indian® motorcycles are being developed in a highly-secure facility.
Where can I buy official Indian Motorcycle® apparel?
You can purchase our apparel at an authorized dealership or right here on our website. Visit the apparel section of our site and start shopping!
Where can I buy official Indian Motorcycle® accessories?
You can purchase our accessories at an authorized dealership or right here on our website. Visit the accessories section of our site and start customizing.
Are your motorcycles made in the USA?
We are proud that all Indian motorcycles are assembled in Spirit Lake, Iowa. The engines are assembled in Osceola, Wisconsin.
Where can I find and purchase various Springfield (pre-1953) and Gilroy (1998-2004)-era Indian Motorcycle® Company parts and accessories?
Please contact an authorized Indian Motorcycle® dealer. Click here to find a dealer.
Does Polaris Industries Inc. purchase of Indian Motorcycle® Company change the warranty on my 2009-2012 motorcycle?
The purchase of Indian Motorcycle® by Polaris® Industries does not change any warranties on 2009-2012 motorcycles. Warranty status will remain in place and be honored.
Will Polaris® make parts for the 1999-2003 bikes?
At this time, Polaris® does not manufacture any parts specifically for the 1999-2003 models Please contact an authorized Indian Motorcycle® dealer.
Will Victory® and/or Polaris® dealers become Indian Motorcycle® dealers?
We are working on rapidly expanding our Indian Motorcycle® dealer network, but this does not mean that any or all Victory® and/or Polaris® dealers will become Indian Motorcycle® dealers.
Can I take my Indian Motorcycle® to a Victory® and/or Polaris® dealer for service/warranty work?
In all warranty situations, you will need to initiate a warranty transaction with an authorized Indian Motorcycle® dealer to obtain service. If there is a customer or dealer concern regarding the distance required for warranty work, your dealership can contact Polaris®. If your Indian Motorcycle® dealership recommends warranty service at a non-Indian Motorcycle® dealer, a member of the Polaris Dealer Services staff will work with you, your dealership and a Victory® dealer to arrange for warranty service work at an established Victory® dealer.