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Q. Is Indian Scout Bobber comfortable to ride in normal Indian road?
  • Indian Scout Bobber features a liquid-cooled, V-Twin 1133cc engine with a closed loop fuel-injection system that makes out a max power of 94hp and a peak torque of 97Nm at 5,600rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The Bobber gets a raw look with a blacked-out engine, frame, exhaust, handlebars, and mirrors. With the least amount of chrome, the bobber looks absolutely dashing. It is equipped with a dual-tone leather seat, minimalist LED tail lamp, chopped front, rear fenders, and black cast aluminum wheels. There are a black analog single pod and an all-new Indian Scout badge on the fuel tank. The suspension duties on the bike are handled by a telescopic front fork and dual shock absorbers at the rear. The 16-inch alloy wheels are shod with 130/90-16 and 150/80-16 section tyres at the front and rear respectively. On the braking front, it sports disc brakes (298mm at the front and the rear) and ABS. It turns out to be just fine according to the Indian conditions and will be a good pick in the cruiser segment.
Q. Which one is better bike Indian Scout Bobber, Indian Scout or Indian Scout Sixty?
  • It would be unfair to give a verdict here as Indian Scout Sixty has not been launched yet. Indian Scout Bobber's engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The Bobber gets a raw look with a blacked-out engine, frame, exhaust, handlebars, and mirrors. With the least amount of chrome, the bobber looks absolutely dashing. It is equipped with a dual-tone leather seat, minimalist LED tail lamp, chopped front, rear fenders, and black cast aluminum wheels. There are a black analog single pod and an all-new Indian Scout badge on the fuel tank. The suspension duties on the bike are handled by a telescopic front fork and dual shock absorbers at the rear. The 16-inch alloy wheels are shod with 130/90-16 and 150/80-16 section tyres at the front and rear respectively. On the braking front, it sports disc brakes (298mm at the front and the rear) and ABS. On the other hand, The Scout uses a 1133cc, liquid-cooled V-Twin that belts out 97Nm of peak torque at 5,600rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The suspension duties on the Scout are handled by a telescopic fork and dual shock absorbers at the rear. its 16-inch front and rear wheels come shod with a 130/90-section tyre and a 150/80-section tyre. On the braking front, the Indian Scout comes with disc brakes (298mm at the front and the rear).
Q. What would you suggest between Scout Bobber and Scout for both city as well as highway (more than 150km)
  • Indian Scout Bobber's engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The Bobber gets a raw look with a blacked-out engine, frame, exhaust, handlebars, and mirrors. With the least amount of chrome, the bobber looks absolutely dashing. It is equipped with a dual-tone leather seat, minimalist LED tail lamp, chopped front, rear fenders, and black cast aluminum wheels. There are a black analog single pod and an all-new Indian Scout badge on the fuel tank. The suspension duties on the bike are handled by a telescopic front fork and dual shock absorbers at the rear. The 16-inch alloy wheels are shod with 130/90-16 and 150/80-16 section tyres at the front and rear respectively. On the braking front, it sports disc brakes (298mm at the front and the rear) and ABS. On the other hand, The Scout uses a 1133cc, liquid-cooled V-Twin that belts out 97Nm of peak torque at 5,600rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The suspension duties on the Scout are handled by a telescopic fork and dual shock absorbers at the rear. its 16-inch front and rear wheels come shod with a 130/90-section tyre and a 150/80-section tyre. On the braking front, the Indian Scout comes with disc brakes (298mm at the front and the rear).
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Q. Which has better comfort, Suspension. Riding in cities with Travel time of 30 mins to 1 Hour - Harley Davidson Roadster Vs Indian Scout Vs Indian Scout Bobber?
  • Roadster has an aggressive riding position, almost like that of a naked bike, i don't get tired on it even if i do 1000kms in 1 day, indian scout and bobber both have forward controls, which personally i am not comfortable with, for city rides i wont recommend roadster as it will heat up in bumper to bumper traffic or not doing more than 3rd gear. cant say about heating issues on indian bikes. havent come across any owner while riding so far.
Q. Is it a single seater - Scout Bobber?
  • Yes, the Indian Scout Bobber is a single-seater bike.
Q. Apart from looks what are the major differences between standard scout and scout Bobber i.e the engine output, performance etc. I am confused between Scout and Scout Bobber.
  • Indian Scout Bobber features a liquid-cooled, V-Twin 1133cc engine with a closed loop fuel-injection system that makes out a max power of 94hp and a peak torque of 97Nm at 5,600rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The Bobber gets a raw look with a blacked-out engine, frame, exhaust, handlebars, and mirrors. With the least amount of chrome, the bobber looks absolutely dashing. It is equipped with a dual-tone leather seat, minimalist LED tail lamp, chopped front, rear fenders, and black cast aluminum wheels. There are a black analog single pod and an all-new Indian Scout badge on the fuel tank. The suspension duties on the bike are handled by a telescopic front fork and dual shock absorbers at the rear. The 16-inch alloy wheels are shod with 130/90-16 and 150/80-16 section tyres at the front and rear respectively. On the braking front, it sports disc brakes (298mm at the front and the rear) and ABS. On the other hand, The Scout uses a 1133cc, liquid-cooled V-Twin that belts out 97Nm of peak torque at 5,600rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The suspension duties on the Scout are handled by a telescopic fork and dual shock absorbers at the rear. its 16-inch front and rear wheels come shod with a 130/90-section tyre and a 150/80-section tyre. On the braking front, the Indian Scout comes with disc brakes (298mm at the front and the rear).
  • Bobber is 6 speed.
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