Indian’s top-shelf touring machine comes with a $36,999 sticker price, considerably lower than Harley-Davidson’s equivalent, the 2019 CVO Limited, which has an MSRP of $43,889. Granted, the CVO Limited comes with Harley’s largest-displacement stock engine, a Milwaukee-Eight 117, but Indian does offer aftermarket performance enhancers like a 116ci Stage 3 Big Bore Kit claimed to boost horsepower by 20 percent and torque by 15 percent; Stage 1 Exhaust; Thunder Stroke Stage 1 Performance Air Intake; and Thunder Stroke Stage 2 Performance Cams for the Roadmaster Elite. It’s an undeniably striking bike, the embodiment of class and style. But don’t let the glitzy exterior fool you. This is a bona fide coast-to-coast touring machine, capable of easily going the distance thanks to its combination of power and comfort.