The lowest priced among the three is the Indian Classic, which is priced at Rs 26.5 lakh.
Keyless start, ABS, leather seats and cruise control are part of the standard fare.
The Indian Chief Classic has telescopic cartridge forks with dual rate springs and rides on Dunlop Elite rubber.
The fuel tank capacity is 20.8 litres and the Indian Chief Classic weighs in at 354kg.
The next motorcycle, the Indian Chief Vintage also boasts similar specifications as the Classic, however it weighs 10 kilos more.
The Indian Chief Vintage includes a quick release Lexan windshield and vintage fender badge to the list of equipment.
The Indian Chief Vintage is price at Rs 29.5 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
In addition to all the features in the Vintage, the Chieftain gets tyre pressure monitoring system, powered windshield, 100watt stereo system with smartphone and Bluetooth compatibility.
The third and last motorcycle, the Indian Chieftain is 4kg heavier than the Vintage.
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Indian Motorcycles have finally hit the Indian shores. The American motorcycle manufacturer has brought in its three cruisers to India.