In 2011, Polaris Industries bought the Indian Motorcycle Company. For the 2015 model year, under Polaris’s ownership, Indian introduced a new Scout model. The 2015 Scout is a cruiser with a 1,133 cc (69.1 cu in) liquid-cooled, double overhead camshaft V-twin engine and a frame formed by multiple aluminum alloy castings bolted to each other and to the engine.
Indian Scout Sixty Overview :Indian Motorcycles have made a remarkable presence in India during its early years of launch in the country. The motorcycles are premium cruisers and provide a lot of road presence to the machine and the rider. The all new addition to the lineup has been announced at the EICMA 2015 in the form of 2016 Scout Sixty. The youngest member of the Indian family comes with the most affordable price tag and the best a cruiser can get for the same. Scout Sixty is now on-sale in India for INR 11,99,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).
Indian Scout Sixty Specifications : The 1134cc engine from the Scout has been re-bored for smaller pistons and the new 999cc V-twin petrol mill develops 78bhp of power and 88Nm of torque at 5600rpm. Apart from the engine, there is hardly any difference between the Indian Scout and the Indian Scout Sixty except for the paint finishes and a five-speed gearbox instead of a six-speed unit.
Indian Scout Sixty Mileage : You can expect 20-25 kmpl mileage from this premium bike on Highway but in city traffic conditions mileage reduced up to 5-7 kmpl.
Indian Scout Top Speed : Indian Scout has a Top Speed of 99 mph.
Indian Scout Competitors : This bike competes with Harley Davidson Fat Bob and Ducati Diavel.
Indian Scout Colors and Shades : The Scout Sixty is being offered in three colours – black, red and white.
Indian Scout Price : Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) Rs 11.99 lakh On-Road Price (Delhi) Rs 13.50 lakh (approx.).