Running on two valves per cylinder at low RPM and four valves per cylinder at higher engine speeds, the Interceptor has tons of torque down low and plenty of horsepower up top—it’s like having two engines in one.
By moving the radiators from the fairing sides to in front of the engine, we’ve slimmed down the bike’s middle cowl area, giving it a more sleek style and reducing the width.
Unfamiliar roads, uneven road surfaces and compromised traction—anti-lock brakes are a great complement to the Interceptor’s triple-disc brake system (Deluxe Model).
Servicing your bike and parking it level—especially with saddlebags—is a snap with this great Interceptor feature (Deluxe Model).
The Interceptor’s instruments include a digital speedometer, analog tachometer, gear-position indicator, miles-per-gallon readout, ambient air temperature gauge and a clock.
Clear, crisp, compact and bright: the latest LED technology lets the Interceptor’s headlight and unique accent lights do more than just light up the night—it gives the bike a strong styling element. The tail light and turn signals are also brilliant, long-lasting LEDs.
Bright, clear and long lasting, an LED tail light is the way to go with a bike as modern as the Interceptor.
When you share the road, you always want other riders and drivers to know what your intentions are. So it can be unsettling when you realize you left your turn signal blinking long after the turn. The Interceptor is equipped with turn signals that automatically turn off after they detect that you’ve completed a turn (Deluxe Model).