All-new Indian Scout Sixty makes stunning Milan debut.
American manufacturer Indian Motorcycle has introduced an all-new Indian Scout Sixty at the EICMA show in Milan.
Building on the reputation and sales record of the current Indian Scout, the new Scout Sixty will appeal to new rider segments of the market, and to those looking for a smaller and more handleable model.
The new Indian Scout Sixty offers many of the same features and components of the award-winning Indian Scout that was introduced in 2014.
The new model shares the same chassis, suspension, brakes and core engine, but runs a new 60 cubic inch (999cc) engine that develops 58kW and 88Nm of torque mated to a 5 speed transmission.
The Sixty’s styling is slightly different to its big brother with less chrome around the powertrain, and the seat, frame, and wheels are all black.
Like all big cruisers, this is not a light bike weighing in with a dry weight of 246kg. The low seat height of just 643mm will help riders to feel comfortable at stops, and the low centre of gravity ensures agile cornering, precise balance and overall rider confidence and control.
The Scout Sixty is available in three colours – Thunder Black, Indian Motorcycle Red and Pearl White, and is compatible with the over 200 accessories already available for the Scout.
The bike is being shipped to dealerships around the world and Australian pricing starts at $17,995 ride away making it a slightly cheaper option than the original Scout.