Indian Scout Bobber Launched, Expected to Enter Indian Market Soon
It is also expected to arrive on Indian roads by the end of this year with a price tag of around RS 13.20 lakh.
2018 Indian Scout Bobber. (Image: Indian Motorcycles)
American motorcycle brand, Indian has launched an updated version of its standard Scout motorcycle, the 2018 Indian Scout Bobber, which company calls a ‘striped down version’. Carrying the legacy with its name the new model is stripped down, knobby tyres, street tracker handlebar and blacked-out finish on most of the parts. The badge on the fuel tank is all-new and the handle gets smaller bar-end mirrors.
Powered by the same 1132cc, V-twin engine that churns out 100 bhp and 97 Nm of torque, the 2018 Scout Bobber is available in five colour options - Bronze Smoke, Indian Motorcycle Red, Star Silver Smoke, Thunder Black, and Thunder Black Smoke.
The new Scout Bobber gets new alloy wheels, low slung- brown leather seats and slotted black exhaust pipes that provide an aggressive stance to the bike. The company also offer a list of optional accessories with the bike such as saddle bags and pillion seat.
The bike will be put on sale in US by this September and will be available at a starting price of $11,999. The bike will be available in India with a price tag of around RS 13.20 lakh.
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