Indian Springfield Dark Horse Motorbikes For Sale
What Is It?
The Indian Springfield Dark Horse is a bagger style cruiser and is powered by an air-cooled 1,811 cc (111 cubic inches) Thunder Stroke V-Twin engine which puts out 94 bhp at 5,000 rpm and maximum torque at just 3,250 rpm.
- Belt final drive
- Aluminium frame and swingarm
- Dual 300 mm discs up front with four piston calipers
- 300 mm disc at the rear with two piston caliper
- ABS system
- 46 mm fork with 119 mm travel
- Adjustable rear shock with 114 mm travel
- Power modes: Tour, Road, Sport
- Cruise control
- TPMS system
- Keyless ignition
- USB port
- Remote locking quick release panniers
- Dual analogue dash + LCD display
- 2->2 exhaust system
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
The 10-spoke 19" front wheel takes a Metzeler Cruisetec 130/80 tyre and the rear 16" a 180/60.
Accessories include the heated grips, topbox + pillion back rest, pillion backrest, rider backrest, pillion boards, quick release screen, smoked screen, highway pegs, fog lamps, heated / cooled seat and ape hanger bars.
Colours: Black, whiteDid You Know?
It has a cool feature which de-activates the rear cylinder at idle to reduce heat output. Indian was founded in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1901.
Launch RRP: £22,350
Capacity: 1,811 cc (very high)
Power: 76 bhp, 57 kW (average)
Red Line: 5,400 rpm (average)
Top Speed: 110 mph, 177 km/h (high)
Fuel Consumption / Gas Mileage: 50 mpg, 5.6 l/100km, 17.7 km/l (average)
Range: 230 miles, 370 km (high)
Fuel Capacity: 20.8 litres, 5.5 US gallons (very high)
Seat Height: 660 mm, 26.0 inches (low)
Dry Weight: 349 kg, 770 pounds
Road Tax (VED): £96 / Year (very high)
Model History & Updates
2020: New 1,890 cc (116 cubic inches) engine producing 82 bhp at 5,000 rpm and maximum torque at 2,800 rpm. New two-up Rogue seat and 355 kg wet.
Review In A Few
- Loads of low down torque
- Great for tall people
- Lacks traction control
- Handlebar controls
- Super heavy
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