The Challenger uses Indian Motorcycle’s new PowerPlus engine, a 1,770cc liquid-cooled V-twin with impressive output stats.
How much horsepower does the Indian 111 have?
At 111 cubic inches, this 49-degree V-Twin motor (1811cc) puts out an estimated 78 hp @ 4510 rpm and pushes out a whopping 119.2 ft-lbs of torque according to data from the Indian Motor Company.
Are Indian Motorcycles reliable?
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.
Does the Indian challenger have hill assist?
Indian’s Smart Lean rider-aid system comes as standard equipment on the Challenger and offers a similar feature set, but without Vehicle Hold Control (an electronic “hill holder” for the brakes) or linked braking, and as said, preferred to leave the traction control off because it was overly intrusive.