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Indian Motorcycles Offers Cash for Clunkers

Monday, August 31, 2009
The handlebars on the 2010 Chief Roadmaster are slightly higher than its competitors while the riding position is easy-going and upright.
Indian Motorcycles is offering $3,000 for your beater bike in its own version of the Cash for Clunkers program.
Indian Motorcycles is offering its own version of the Cash for Clunkers program. The manufacturer of classic-styled V-Twin cruiser and touring motorcycles is offering a $3,000 trade-in toward the purchase of a 2009 Indian Chief. The current company, who has been working hard on resurrecting the iconic American motorcycle, is crafting majestic-looking bikes powered by a proprietary Power Plus 105 cubic inch engine. The new line of motorcycles combines vintage appeal with modern performance. Here’s what Indian has to say about its consumer relief program.

Indian Motorcycle Cash for Clunkers. Bring in your trade and Indian Motorcycle will give you an additional $3,000 towards your new 2009 Indian Chief. Visit your local dealer for more information.
 
*Trade in must be street legal, 100cc or larger and in running and ride-able condition. NO mopeds, scooters, or dirt bikes. Trade in must have clear title. This program cannot be used in conjunction with any other program. Indian Motorcycle reserves the right to alter or terminate this program at any time at their sole discretion and without notice.
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Tim B -You might sell some if give them away for free...  September 1, 2009 09:24 AM
Maybe now they can sell some of these ugly pieces of crap that nobody wants. Living off of the Indian name hasn't ever worked for the numerous attempts at reviving the brand and it never will. Come up with a unique, high-quality product and then maybe you'll have a chance. If not I'm pleased to see the company fail so we don't have to see these fugly things on the road!
Woodco100 -not a good sign  September 1, 2009 07:44 AM
They just lowered thier prices $5000, now they are offering $3000 min trade.

Not a great sign of big demand for thier product. I considered them, but without locking hardbags at these price points they were not really in the game.