The Chieftain – Indian’s first motorcycle to feature a fairing – arrives with the 111 Thunder Stroke V-twin, which produces an asphalt-tearing 119 ft/lbs of torque, and an surprisingly agile chassis for such a big machine.This arrives due to a slightly different chassis setup from the Chief Classic and Chief Vintage. The Chieftain actually has a shorter wheelbase than its brothers, thanks to a 25-degree rake reduced from 29. This offers a nimble machine in tighter corners and urban situations.Attached above is a video of Greg’s review of the 2014 Indian Chieftain. For more, check out Greg’s Garage. For a review of the 2014 Indian Chieftain bagger, click here.