I'd say from the parts availability to clearing out the current accessory inventory it won't be much later than the new year.
Since they have continued to blow stuff out the door in what looks like a attempt to bury the name faster, they will at most release a Vic type bike under the Injun name in the future.
Now, if they released one with a 50 MM cannon on the front instead of a horn and called it the Apache..I may consider an Injun product..lol
Since they have very little left as far as accessories and parts are already a PITA, it is also reasonable to think that parts will only be available before long for warranty issues only within a couple years.
Some have said that if they introduce a newer high powered Vic engine under Indian they would buy one. Not me. It will take more time than I have on Earth to gain my trust back from Polaris that they will remain a motorcycle maker without dumping an entire product line when they lose a few bucks.
Harley will most likely bury Injuns within 5 years anyway if they continue their [email protected]
and find a way to drop the costs to the public. Why Polaris dropped them vs. having Injun as a 'premium' brand and keeping Vics as a working mans brand I'll never know. But having both in the showroom could have bought some serious exposure to Victory to the public that they lacked the past 18 years.
Looking at the price on both HD and Injuns they run around the same so why would I allow Polaris to screw me again? For the same money I would buy HD and know damn well parts and service will be around. Or buy a BMW or Triumph. I like thoroughbreds. The only Jap bike that seems to be one is the goldwing. Not my style though.
If Injun starts dropping they would end those and probably try and bring back the Vincent or another dead brand for 10 years before that fad ends.