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  1. Indian Scout Bobber Sixty

In the manufacturer’s line up, the Indian Scout Sixty is the most affordable motorcycle. To specifically take on the Harley-Davidson Sportster range, the motorcycle was launched. This motorcycle is also directed at riders who want to get into the Indian brand or into bikes for cruisers.

Indian Scout Bobber Sixty Specifications

For smaller pistons, the Scout 1134cc engine has been re-bored and the latest 999cc V-twin petrol mill produces 78bhp of power and 88Nm of torque at 5600rpm. Except for the paint finishes and a five-speed gearbox instead of a six-speed machine, there is barely any distinction between the Indian Scout and the Indian Scout Sixty, aside from the transmission.

Indian Scout Bobber Sixty Features

Single 298mm discs, both front and rear, take care of the braking. Upfront, the cruiser gets a two-piston calliper and in the back, a single-piston calliper. With a seat height of just 642 mm from the ground, the Scout Sixty runs low and runs on the same cycle components as the Scout.

Indian Scout Bobber Sixty Variants

As an official accessory, the cruiser comes only as a single-seater with a dual seat option available. The Scout Sixty is available in three different colours: black, red and white.

Indian Scout Bobber Sixty Summary

Engine1000 CC
Front BrakesDisc
StartingSelf Start Only
TyreTubeless
Kerb Weight249 Kg
Emission TypeBS6
WheelsAlloy
Seat Height649 mm

Pros And Cons of Indian Scout Bobber Sixty

Pros of Indian Scout Bobber SixtyPunchy acceleration due to high torque.

Great handling and stability around corners.

Ride quality is plush at low speeds.
Cons of Indian Scout Bobber SixtyGear shifts are clunky.

Clutch operation requires effort.
  1. Indian Scout Bobber

Indian Motorcycle provides discounts on the BS4 Scout Bobber, worth Rs 4,29,709. The bike is now priced at Rs 11,43,874 on-road. For Rs 13.95 lakh, the new Indian Scout Bobber retails for (ex-showroom). After the regular version and the Scout Sixty, the latest motorcycle is the third edition to join the Scout family. The bike will be racing in India against the likes of the Triumph Bonneville Bobber and Moto-Guzzi V9 Bobber.

Indian Scout Bobber Specifications

The Scout Bobber is based on the regular Scout and is influenced by the bobber bikes from the ’50s with its styling signals. The Scout Bobber, though, brings an all-through dark theme, with the matte black exhaust, wheels and frame for the engine with a matching chrome outline. Thanks to the revamped handlebar and footpegs, it also achieves an aggressive riding position.

Indian Scout Bobber Features

On either side of the fenders, the centre brake light has been replaced with twin LED tail lamps. The fenders are chopped to show the beefy tyres of the Scout Bobber. For a traditional bobber-like stance, the bike runs on cartridge-style front forks and a dual-spring configuration at the rear that has been reduced by an inch. Braking power on the bike comes at both ends from single 298mm discs.

Indian Scout Bobber Variants

The 2021 line-up has been announced by Indian Motorcycles. It consists of two new models: Dark Horse Vintage and Limited Roadmaster. Also, new accessories, technical features and a new comfort seat are offered for touring models.

Indian Scout Bobber Summary

Engine1133 CC
No of Cylinders02
ABSDual-Channel
ColoursThunder Black Smoke, Thunder Black, Stealth Grey, Sagebrush Smoke, White Smoke, Bronze Smoke, Thunder Black Smoke
Kerb Weight261 Kg
Emission TypeBS6
TachometerDigital
Max Torque97 Nm @ 5600 rpm
Seat Height649 mm – 662 mm

Pros And Cons of Indian Scout Bobber

Pros of Indian Scout BobberHolds a commanding road presence.

Feels light and nimble in traffic.

Punchy mid-range torque results in easy overtake.
Cons of Indian Scout BobberIntense vibrations at higher RPMs.

Rear suspension bottoms out easily due to less travel.
  1. Indian Scout

The 2021 line-up has been announced by Indian Motorcycles. It consists of two new models: Dark Horse Vintage and Limited Roadmaster. Also, new accessories, technical features and a new comfort seat are offered for touring models. A Rs 3,57,266 discount on the BS4 Scout is provided by Indian Motorcycle. The bike is now priced at Rs 14,80,168 on-road.

Indian Scout Specifications

The first Scout was introduced as one of the most important Indian models back in 1920. Since then, based on the standard Scout, the famous motorcycle company has launched several upgraded versions. The 101 Scout was followed by the Sport Scout, both of which reflected the motorcycle’s ethnic aspect. In 2014, India now has the all-new Scout that re-establishes the tradition of its predecessor.

Indian Scout Features

The new Scout launches the first-ever liquid-cooled engine from India. The new liquid-cooled V-twin engine aims to deliver an unprecedented riding experience thanks to its electronic fuel injection, counter-balancing and a 6-speed gearbox, delivering 100bhp of power and a good 97Nm of torque. The lightweight frame of the bike increases the manoeuvrability and fun factor for everyday cycling, Indian says.

Indian Scout Variants

In four colours, red, silver and two shades of black, the all-new Scout is available. In addition to the current set, the motorcycle consists of the Chief Classic, Chief Antique, Chieftain and the Roadmaster. It is sold in India and competes with the Harley-Davidson Fat Bob on a fully-built-up(CBU) route.

Indian Scout Summary

Engine1133 CC
No of Cylinders02
ABSDual-Channel
ColoursThunder Black, Red Over Thunder Black, Metallic Jade, Willow-green-over-ivory Cream With Gold Pins Deep Water Metallic
Kerb Weight264 Kg
Emission TypeBS6
TachometerDigital
Max Torque97 Nm @ 5600 rpm
Seat Height649 mm – 675 mm

Pros And Cons of Indian Scout

Pros of Indian ScoutPeppy motor with good low-end torque.

Nimble handling.

Commanding road presence.
Cons of Indian ScoutSeat needs better cushioning.

Bare basic in terms of features.
  1. Indian Scout Bobber Twenty

Indian Motorcycle sure gets the best out of its Scout software. There are no fewer than five Scout force members for 2020, with the 2020 Indian Scout Bobber Twenty being an intriguing new version of the sports cruiser line, concentrating to some degree on style and comfort. Let’s note what makes it a Twenty, and let’s figure out how it rides.

Indian Scout Bobber Twenty Specifications

The Bobber is transformed into a particular type of motorcycle simply by swapping the bars. The sporting credentials which come with the high-revving, 100-horsepower, V-twin were the regular Bobber. It also had, however, the seating location of the jackknife that is perfect for profiling, but not especially convenient. All that is modified by the 10-inch ape hangers, in the correct direction.

Indian Scout Bobber Twenty Features

The Twenty is primed for all manner of in-town shenanigans with the fantastic ergos and quick-revving engine. The suspension will, however, scare off some riders. The fork-style cartridge is firm, and the shocks are just plain rigid. Rear-wheel movement is restricted to two inches to give the Bobber Twenty the slammed look. You have two options when you do so-suspension that always bottoms out, or is highly immune to movement. As the jolt of the bottoming suspension is pleasant for neither man nor machine, the Indian preferred the latter, which we agree with. For the most part, the shocks eliminate that, but they do not do any more. Additionally, the stylish thin seat does its best to transfer any road imperfection to your posterior.

Indian Scout Bobber Twenty Variants

The middle model in the Scout Bobber lineup is the Indian Scout Bobber Twenty and is rated at Rs. 13.15 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This version of Twenty comes with an output motor and max power and max torque, respectively. Thunder Black Smoke, Thunder Black, Stealth Grey, Sagebrush Smoke, White Smoke, Bronze Smoke, Thunder Black, and Thunder Black Smoke are available in 8 colours: Indian Scout Bobber Twenty.

Indian Scout Bobber Twenty Summary

Engine1133 CC
Bore99mm
ABSDual-Channel
ColoursThunder Black Smoke, Thunder Black, Stealth Grey, Sagebrush Smoke, White Smoke, Bronze Smoke, Thunder Black and Thunder Black Smoke.
Stroke73.6 mm
Emission TypeBS6
TachometerDigital
Max Torque97 Nm @ 5600 rpm
Drive TypeChain Drive

Pros And Cons of Indian Scout Bobber Twenty

Pros of Indian Scout Bobber TwentyPeppy motor with good low-end torque.

Nimble handling.

Commanding road presence.
Cons of Indian Scout Bobber TwentyLimited service reach

Bare basic in terms of features.
  1. Indian FTR 1200

The 2021 line-up has been announced by Indian Motorcycles. It consists of two new models: Dark Horse Vintage and Limited Roadmaster. Also, new accessories, technical features and a new comfort seat are offered for touring models. Indian Motorcycle provides discounts on the BS4 FTR 1200 S, worth Rs 3,84,780. The bike is now priced at Rs 16,30,957 on-road.

Indian FTR 1200 Specifications

There are two models of the motorcycle—the 1200 S and the 1200 S Racing Replica. While the FTR 1200 S features an all-black paint system, the 1200 S Race Replica with the trellis frame and monoshock finished in red gets a red and black mix. The bike comes fitted with a headlamp, tail lamp and turns signals with LED lighting. It also sports a 4.3-inch Bluetooth-enabled LCD. The FTR 1200 S gets three riding modes in terms of electronic rider aids; Sport, Normal and Storm, a traction control system, wheelie control along with a stability control system that is lean-sensitive.

Indian FTR 1200 Features

The FTR 1200 is powered by a 1203cc, V-twin engine that generates 120bhp and 115Nm of torque. A six-speed transmission and slipper clutch with final chain drive is attached to this unit. It runs on alloy wheels; the front 19-inch and the rear 18-inch Dunlop DTR-3 rubber dual-sport tyre with a design that mimics a flat-track bike. Suspension duties are taken care of by 43mm on the Indian, inverted forks up front and a rear monoshock. Meanwhile, a system of twin 320mm front discs and a 265mm rear disc from Brembo is used for braking.

Indian FTR 1200 Variants

When developing the flat-tracker influenced FTR 1200 S, Indian Motorcycle chose to move away from the crowd. The seat style, twin exhaust outlets and short rear section contribute to its attractiveness. Although it gets upright handlebars, a mildly aggressive riding stance is available from the long tank and rear-set footpegs.

Indian FTR 1200 Summary

Engine1203 CC
No of Cylinders02
ABSDual-Channel
ColoursRace Replica, Steel Gray Thunder Black
Kerb Weight231 Kg
Emission TypeBS6
TachometerDigital
Max Torque120 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Seat Height853 mm

Pros And Cons of Indian FTR 1200

Pros of Indian FTR 1200Offers modern features.

Has good handling.

City-friendly riding position. 
Cons of Indian FTR 1200Has a vibe-y engine.

Limited service reach 
  1. Indian FTR 1200 S

The middle model in the FTR 1200 lineup is the Indian FTR 1200 S BS6 and is rated at Rs. 14.99 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This version of the S BS6 comes with an output motor and max power and max torque respectively. Race Replica, Steel Gray and Thunder Black are available in 3 colours: Indian FTR 1200 S BS6.

Indian FTR 1200 S Specifications

There are two models of the motorcycle—the 1200 S and the 1200 S Racing Replica. While the FTR 1200 S features an all-black paint system, the 1200 S Race Replica with the trellis frame and monoshock finished in red gets a red and black mix. The bike comes fitted with a headlamp, tail lamp and turns signals with LED lighting. It also sports a 4.3-inch Bluetooth-enabled LCD. The FTR 1200 S gets three riding modes in terms of electronic rider aids; Sport, Normal and Storm, a traction control system, wheelie control along with a stability control system that is lean-sensitive.

Indian FTR 1200 S Features

The FTR 1200 is powered by a 1203cc, V-twin engine that generates 120bhp and 115Nm of torque. A six-speed transmission and slipper clutch with final chain drive is attached to this unit. It runs on alloy wheels; the front 19-inch and the rear 18-inch Dunlop DTR-3 rubber dual-sport tyre with a design that mimics a flat-track bike. Suspension duties are taken care of by 43mm on the Indian, inverted forks up front and a rear monoshock. Meanwhile, a system of twin 320mm front discs and a 265mm rear disc from Brembo is used for braking.

Indian FTR 1200 S Variants

When developing the flat-tracker influenced FTR 1200 S, Indian Motorcycle chose to move away from the crowd. The seat style, twin exhaust outlets and short rear section contribute to its attractiveness. Although it gets upright handlebars, a mildly aggressive riding stance is available from the long tank and rear-set footpegs.

Indian FTR 1200 S Summary

Engine1203 CC
No of Cylinders02
ABSDual-Channel
ColoursRace Replica, Steel Gray Thunder Black
Kerb Weight231 Kg
Emission TypeBS6
TachometerDigital
Max Torque120 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Seat Height853 mm

Pros And Cons of Indian FTR 1200 S

Pros of Indian FTR 1200 SOffers modern features.

Has good handling.

City-friendly riding position. 
Cons of Indian FTR 1200 SHas a vibe-y engine.

Limited service reach 
  1. Indian Vintage Dark Horse

The Chief Vintage is Indian Motorcycles’ classic soft bagger kind of motorcycle. It comes with sleek, classic fenders that have been seen on all Indian motorcycles since 1940, along with the usual large ‘Indian’ badge on the fuel tank. As a protection feature, it gets keyless input. Even around the headlamp unit, the bike has chrome around the whole frame.

Indian Vintage Dark Horse Specifications

The front fender gets the classic ‘Battle Bonnet’ and its brake callipers are shielded by the same thing. The instrumentation of the Chief Classic blends new technology with classical form. There is a big, easy-to-read analogue speedometer on the tank-mounted console as well as a digital display screen that offers a wealth of useful driving and fuel data. For long-distance runs, it gets authentic leather saddlebags and a windshield that can be removed by using the fast release feature, just in case you want to feel the breeze.

Indian Vintage Dark Horse Features

A fresh Thunder Stroke 111 engine that churns out 161Nm of peak torque powers the Indian Leader Vintage. The bike has electronic fuel injection powered six-speed transmissions and has ABS and a secret rear suspension. This famous motorcycle is priced in the US at USD 20,999 (Rs 12.96 lakh). On January 22, 2014, this bike will be released in India and is estimated to be priced between Rs 23 lakh and Rs 25 lakh (ex-showroom). Via a fully-built-up (CBU) road, it will enter India.

Indian Vintage Dark Horse Variants

The 1811 cc engine is powered by the Indian Chief. A torque of 150 Nm @ 2900 rpm is produced by this Chief Vintage engine. The Indian Leader gets the front and rear disc brakes. Chief Vintage’s kerb weight is 352 Kg. The Indian Leader has alloy wheels and tubeless tyres.

Indian Vintage Dark Horse Summary

Engine1811 CC
No of Cylinders02
ABSDual-Channel
ColoursRace Replica, Steel Gray Thunder Black
Kerb Weight352 Kg
Emission TypeBS6
TachometerDigital
Max Torque150 Nm @ 2900 rpm
Seat Height1176 mm

Pros And Cons of Indian Vintage Dark Horse

Pros of Indian Vintage Dark HorseOffers a comfortable riding position

Gets top-quality components.

Massive road presence
Cons of Indian Vintage Dark HorseCan be difficult to ride in the city 

Has limited-service reach
  1. Indian Challenger

The 2021 line-up has been announced by Indian Motorcycles. It consists of two new models: Dark Horse Vintage and Limited Roadmaster. Also, new accessories, technical features and a new comfort seat are offered for touring models.

Indian Challenger Specifications

Indian Motorcycle has begun accepting Rs 1 lakh bookings for the Challenger. The regular Challenger, according to our sources, is rated at Rs 39.99 lakh (ex-showroom). It gets keyless ignition, an adjustable windscreen and a 7-inch TFT panel in terms of technology. It is powered by a brand new PowerPlus V-twin 1769cc engine, which produces 124PS and 173.5Nm. A 43mm USD fork and a monoshock are used in the suspension system. 320mm discs clamped with Brembo 4-piston radial callipers and a 298mm disc with a 2-piston calliper are provided for anchorage.

Indian Challenger Features

Indian Motorcycle has begun to accept Rs 1 lakh bookings for the Challenger. The regular Challenger has estimated at Rs 39.99 lakh, according to our sources (ex-showroom). Keyless ignition, an adjustable windscreen and a 7-inch TFT panel are included in terms of features. It is powered by an all-new PowerPlus V-twin 1769cc engine that produces 124PS and 173.5Nm. A 43mm USD fork and a mono-shock are used in the suspension system. 320mm discs clamped with Brembo 4-piston radial callipers and a 298mm disc with a 2-piston calliper provide the anchorage.

Indian Challenger Variants

The 2021 line-up has been announced by Indian Motorcycles. It consists of two new models: Dark Horse Vintage and Limited Roadmaster. Also, new accessories, technical features and a new comfort seat are offered for touring models.

Indian Motorcycle has begun accepting Rs 1 lakh bookings for the Challenger. The regular Challenger, according to our sources, is rated at Rs 39.99 lakh (ex-showroom). It gets keyless ignition, an adjustable windscreen and a 7-inch TFT panel in terms of technology. It is powered by a brand new PowerPlus V-twin 1769cc engine, which produces 124PS and 173.5Nm. A 43mm USD fork and a monoshock are used in the suspension system. 320mm discs clamped with Brembo 4-piston radial callipers and a 298mm disc with a 2-piston calliper are provided for anchorage.

Indian Challenger Summary

Engine1769 CC
No of Cylinders02
ABSDual-Channel
Max Power122.5 PS @ 5500 rpm
Kerb Weight377 Kg
Emission TypeBS6
TachometerDigital
Max Torque178 Nm @ 3800 rpm
Seat Height672 mm

Pros And Cons of Indian Challenger

Pros of Indian ChallengerOffers a comfortable riding position

Gets top-quality components.

Massive road presence
Cons of Indian ChallengerCan be difficult to ride in the city 

Has limited-service reach

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