A Closer Look at Indian’s 2019 Roadmaster Elite

Impressive is the first word that comes to mind with the introduction of Indian’s latest top of the line motorcycle. The 2019 Roadmaster Elite epitomizes the notion of luxury. This bike seems to incorporate every possible piece of technology, and then some. The stylish features incorporated into its design are sure to leave fans of the Indian line of bikes drooling as they try to get their hands on one of these. You will have to be quick, however, as there are only going to be a few hundred of them available for purchase. To get you ready, here is a closer look at the 2019 Roadmaster Elite made by Indian.

A Limited Edition Package

This bike is a throwback to models produced way back in the 1940s. The Roadmaster first came back on the biking scene with its 2015 model, and the 2019 version is absolutely out of this world from what we can tell so far. The bike itself brings in the latest technology, combined with a series of luxurious features designed to make both rider and passenger as comfortable as can be. This is all in a limited edition package that is sure to make riders feel a bit elite if they are fortunate enough to get their hands on one.

Some of the More Notable Features

The wheelbase on the 2019 Roadmaster Elite is 65.7 inches. This is the same as the 2015 model. Longtime riders will be familiar with the engine. This limited edition version uses the same 11 engine set that propelled its predecessor, and it is located right in between the two wheels that are 16-inches each. You will also find that this bike that a triple disc break anti-brake system. From here, the Roadmaster Elite starts to show its differences a bit.

One thing that is different is the audio system. This is a 600-watt powerhouse of a system will surely keep you entertained on any trip, no matter how far or short it might be. It is more sophisticated and refined of an audio system than even many luxury cars have today, so you are sure to catch a few eyes glancing your way as you are stopped at a red light. There are speakers located on the fairing, trunk, and the saddlebag. Each of these speakers is 50 percent louder and clearer than the speakers that were included on the base model of the 2019 Roadmaster.

As if that were not enough, this limited edition bike also comes with a built-in dynamic equalizer that will adjust any frequency for you automatically and deliver the best sound when accounting for such things as how fast you are going, the road conditions, how long the engine is running, and more. You do not even have to think. You just have to listen and the volume and clarity of the music will take care of itself.

Navigation Made Easy

With a bike like this, you will probably want to be taking more than a few road trips. There is an infotainment system built into this model has a 7-inch monitor and it includes a navigation system. You will also find that it has an information screen that is fully customizable, and all of this is compatible with the latest in Bluetooth technology. Another interesting component of this bike is that it can have three different ride modes that the operator can choose from. Based on a rider’s preference, either tour, standard, or sports mode can be utilized. The Roadmaster Elite also has a rear cylinder deactivation feature that enables a more effective heat management system than other bikes in its class. When the ambient temperature goes above 50 degrees Fahrenheit, there will be an automatic shutdown of the rear cylinder when the bike is standing still. This will provide for less engine heat overall. That same rear cylinder will then activate again instantly when the rider starts to throttle again.

This bike is really just amazing. Even the passenger seat is an exercise in ingenuity, complete with leather armrests. Both the rider and passengers seats are also heated and feature detailed stitching. Beyond this, every attention to detail has been paid to the 2019 Roadmaster Elite. Take a close look at it when you have the chance.


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