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Indian Scout Bobber

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Rs. 16.87 - 17.36 Lakh Showroom Price: Delhi
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Indian Scout Bobber Latest Updates

Indian Motorcycles have revealed its 2021 lineup. It consists of two new models: Vintage Dark Horse and Roadmaster Limited. In addition, touring models get new accessories, tech features and a new comfort seat. More details here.

Indian Motorcycle is offering discounts worth Rs 4,29,709 on the BS4 Scout Bobber. The motorcycle now costs Rs 11,43,874 on-road. Read about discounts on other Indian motorcycles here.

The new Indian Scout Bobber retails for Rs 13.95 lakh (ex-showroom). The new motorcycle is the third model to join the Scout family after the standard variant and the Scout Sixty. The bike will compete against the likes of the Triumph Bonneville Bobber and Moto-Guzzi V9 Bobber in India.

In true bobber tradition, the new motorcycle features a chopped front fender and rear mudguard along with fatter tyres to give it a stripped-down look. The headlight cover is also different and most of the parts have been blacked out to give the Indian Scout Bobber a mean look. The new bike also gets equipped with a redesigned single saddle, a badge on the tank and bar-end mirrors.

The rear suspension travel has been lowered by 45mm to give it a better stance, while the telescopic front forks now get new cartridges.

Powering the new motorcycle is the same engine as seen on the Indian Scout. The 1,113cc V-twin engine delivers 100PS of power and 98Nm of peak torque at 6,000rpm. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel by a six-speed transmission. Braking is done by a single 298mm-dia disc brake at front and rear, while ABS is an optional extra in the US market but it would most likely be standard in India. The bike rides on a 130/90 R16 tyre at the front and a 150/80 R16 tyre at the rear.

The Scout Bobber has a 12.5-litre fuel tank and weighs 251kg. The new Scout Bobber will be available in the following five colours - Thunder Black, Star Silver Smoke, Bronze Smoke, Indian Motorcycle Red, and Thunder Black Smoke.

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Indian Scout Bobber Price

The price of Indian Scout Bobber starts at Rs. 16.87 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 17.36 Lakh. Indian Scout Bobber is offered in 7 variants - Black Smoke, Black Metallic, Maroon Metallic Smoke, Icon Indy Red, lcon Thunder Black Azure Crystle, Alumina Jade Smoke and the top variant Scout Bobber SIlver Quartz Smoke which comes at a price tag of Rs. 17.36 Lakh.
Black Smoke
1133 cc .
Rs. 16.87 Lakh
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Black Metallic
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Rs. 17.16 Lakh
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Maroon Metallic Smoke
1133 cc .
Rs. 17.27 Lakh
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Q. Which is the best one 1.Scout bobber 2 Harley 48 3 Truimph Bobber?
  • All bikes are good in their own forte. The bike 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, and 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. If you want to go for a better fit and finish, you may opt for Indian Scout Bobber but the after-sales services are a bit of a concern. On the other hand, the new Harley Davidson Forty-Eight is more expensive than its BS4 predecessor. Torque and weight have remained unchanged. Distinctive features include a low solo seat, under-mounted mirrors, side mount license plate, clean rear fender and tall and fat front tire, new front fork sliders, a tall and fat front tire, and slammed rear suspension, With Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), shorty dual exhaust, forward foot controls, low profile custom handlebar, fork-mounted turn signals, slammed speedometer mounting bracket and fork brace with lightening holes. Harley Davidson's after-sales services are better than Indian. And the Triumph Bonneville Bobber features the old-school hardtail look with bobbed fenders and a floating single-piece seat suspended on a cantilever spring system, which can be moved forward or backward to suit the rider’s height. It retains its stainless steel slash-cut exhausts. A dash of the modern appeal comes with full-LED lighting, a semi-digital instrument cluster, ride-by-wire, and two riding modes. Besides, cruise control also comes standard.
  • Both bikes are good in their own forte. The bike 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, and 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. If you want to go for a better fit and finish, you may opt for Indian Scout Bobber but the after-sales services are a bit of a concern. On the other hand, the new Harley Davidson Forty-Eight is more expensive than its BS4 predecessor. Torque and weight have remained unchanged. Distinctive features include a low solo seat, under-mounted mirrors, side mount license plate, clean rear fender and tall and fat front tire, new front fork sliders, a tall and fat front tire, and slammed rear suspension, With Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), shorty dual exhaust, forward foot controls, low profile custom handlebar, fork-mounted turn signals, slammed speedometer mounting bracket and fork brace with lightening holes. Harley Davidson's after-sales services are better than Indian.
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 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.
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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. Which is the best one 1.Scout bobber 2 Harley 48 3 Truimph Bobber?
  • All bikes are good in their own forte. The bike 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, and 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. If you want to go for a better fit and finish, you may opt for Indian Scout Bobber but the after-sales services are a bit of a concern. On the other hand, the new Harley Davidson Forty-Eight is more expensive than its BS4 predecessor. Torque and weight have remained unchanged. Distinctive features include a low solo seat, under-mounted mirrors, side mount license plate, clean rear fender and tall and fat front tire, new front fork sliders, a tall and fat front tire, and slammed rear suspension, With Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), shorty dual exhaust, forward foot controls, low profile custom handlebar, fork-mounted turn signals, slammed speedometer mounting bracket and fork brace with lightening holes. Harley Davidson's after-sales services are better than Indian. And the Triumph Bonneville Bobber features the old-school hardtail look with bobbed fenders and a floating single-piece seat suspended on a cantilever spring system, which can be moved forward or backward to suit the rider’s height. It retains its stainless steel slash-cut exhausts. A dash of the modern appeal comes with full-LED lighting, a semi-digital instrument cluster, ride-by-wire, and two riding modes. Besides, cruise control also comes standard.
  • Both bikes are good in their own forte. The bike 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, and 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. If you want to go for a better fit and finish, you may opt for Indian Scout Bobber but the after-sales services are a bit of a concern. On the other hand, the new Harley Davidson Forty-Eight is more expensive than its BS4 predecessor. Torque and weight have remained unchanged. Distinctive features include a low solo seat, under-mounted mirrors, side mount license plate, clean rear fender and tall and fat front tire, new front fork sliders, a tall and fat front tire, and slammed rear suspension, With Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), shorty dual exhaust, forward foot controls, low profile custom handlebar, fork-mounted turn signals, slammed speedometer mounting bracket and fork brace with lightening holes. Harley Davidson's after-sales services are better than Indian.
Q. Can Indian scout bobber be double seated?
  • For this, we would suggest you visit the nearest authorized dealership of Indian motorcycles in your city. As they may assist you better.
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Indian Scout Bobber Colours

  • Alumina Jade Smoke Alumina Jade Smoke
  • Black Smoke Black Smoke
  • Maroon Metallic Smoke Maroon Metallic Smoke
  • Thunder Black Smoke Thunder Black Smoke
  • Stealth Grey Stealth Grey
  • Sagebrush Smoke Sagebrush Smoke
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Indian Scout Bobber News Updates

Indian Motorcycle Launches New Feature-Packed Tourer
Indian Motorcycle Launches New Feature-Packed Tourer
24 Feb, 2022
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Just weeks after launching the Scout Rouge, Indian Motorcycle has introduced a new tourer to its lineup, the Indian Pursuit. Based on the Challenger Bagger model, the tourer... read more

A Baby Indian Scout Bobber Sixty Is In The Works
A Baby Indian Scout Bobber Sixty Is In The Works
26 Feb, 2020
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According to reports, the upcoming Scout Bobber Sixty will make 77.5PS and 88Nm. Its design will be based on the Scout Bobber. No word on its official launch... read more

Drag-ready Indian Scout Bobber Has 130PS!
Drag-ready Indian Scout Bobber Has 130PS!
26 May, 2019
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Called the Appaloosa, it’s based on the 2019 Scout Bobber. It gets an extended swingarm and fully adjustable Ohlins suspension at the front. It features a chain drive... read more
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Indian Scout Bobber FAQs

What is the price of Indian Scout Bobber in 2022?

The 2022 ex-showroom price of Indian Scout Bobber is 17.36 Lakh. Check On Road Price of Scout Bobber. .

Does the Indian Scout Bobber have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in Indian Scout Bobber. View full specification of Scout Bobber.

Which is better Indian Scout Bobber or Indian Scout?

Indian Scout Price starts at Rs. 17.51 Lakh which is Rs. 63,816 costlier than base model of Indian Scout Bobber priced at Rs. 16.87 Lakh. Compare Indian Scout Bobber vs Indian Scout on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Indian Scout Bobber in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Indian Scout Bobber in Delhi is Rs. 46,210 per month @ 6% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Indian Scout Bobber?

Indian Scout Bobber is available in 6 colours : Alumina Jade Smoke, Black Smoke, Maroon Metallic Smoke, Thunder Black Smoke, Stealth Grey and Sagebrush Smoke. View colour images of Scout Bobber.

Is Indian Scout better than Indian Scout Bobber?

64% users have chosen Indian Scout over Indian Scout Bobber in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Check out the Detailed Comparison.

Is Harley-Davidson Forty Eight better than Indian Scout Bobber?

64% users have chosen Harley-Davidson Forty Eight over Indian Scout Bobber in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Check out the Detailed Comparison.

Indian Scout Bobber Road Tests

Indian Scout Bobber: First Ride Review
Indian Scout Bobber: First Ride Review
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Indian Scout, in my personal opinion, is one of the best overall packages in the ever expanding Indian premium motorcycle market. Let’s run through the boxes it... read more
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