Are new Indian motorcycles any good?
Indian Motorcycles are worth the money because, with Polaris behind them, Indians are among the highest performing bikes on the market and have a unique style with attention to quality. With routine maintenance and regular service, Indian motorcycles are reliable and hold their value.
Are Indian motorcycles made by Polaris?
Over a century later, Indian Motorcycle joined the Polaris family in 2011. The Indian Motorcycle lineup includes cruiser, bagger and touring models, as well as the Scout and FTR 1200.
Are Indian Motorcycles 100% American made?
Yes. All motorcycles sold by Indian are made in America. Polaris Industries, the parent company of Indian Motorcycle, does have a factory in Opole, Poland. It opened in 2014 and has 500 employees.
Do Indian motorcycles hold their value?
By brand, according to data compiled by the Kelley Blue Book Official Motorcycle Guide, Harley-Davidson motorcycles retained an average of 84% of their value over a five-year period. BMW was not far behind, at 81%, with Indian, Ducati and Triumph trailing slightly at 77%, 73% and 72%.
Is Indian owned by Harley?
In 1981, 13 Harley execs bought their company back from AMF. And in 2011, Polaris Industries bought Indian. All has been well with both companies since.
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Is Indian Motorcycles Made in USA?
In the U.S., Indian Motorcycles are assembled in Spirit Lake, Iowa, with engines assembled in Osceola, Wis. There is a painting facility in Spearfish, S.D., that is also used on some models. Polaris’ Opole, Poland facility is 345,000 square feet and has a capacity for 500 employees, according to the company.
Are Harley Davidson made in China?
Harleys sold in the U.S. are indeed assembled in one of four plants located in Wisconsin, Missouri and Pennsylvania. But the brakes and clutch are imported from Italy, the engine pistons are made in Austria, the bike suspension comes from Japan, and other electronic components originate in Mexico and China.