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Indian Motorcycle is among the most iconic two-wheeler brands from across the globe and is the first American motorcycle manufacturer e ...read more

Overview of Indian Bikes

Indian Motorcycle is among the most iconic two-wheeler brands from across the globe and is the first American motorcycle manufacturer established in 1901. The Indian brand has been brought to our shores by its parent company Polaris and it will compete in the premium end of the cruiser motorcycle segment with its CBU offerings against arch-rival, Harley-Davidson.

Recently Asked User Questions about Indian

Q. Which one is better bike Indian Scout Bobber, Indian Scout or Indian Scout Sixty?
Zigwheels | 3 months ago

Indian Scout Bobber and Indian Scout are powered by an 1133 cc engine that produces 95.17 PS of maximum power and 97 Nm of peak torque. Indian Scout Sixty, on the other hand, is offered with a 999 cc which produces 77.4 PS of power. All three bikes have the claimed fuel efficiency of 25 km/l. Selecting one out of the three would depend on your preference of the styling, price range, engine displacement required, etc. Scout Bobber, Scout and Scout Sixty are priced at Rs.13.15 Lakh, Rs.13.60 Lakh and Rs.12.55 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), respectively. Read more:- Indian Scout Bobber: First Ride Review

Q. Is there provision for back seat in Indian Scout Sixty?
Zigwheels | 3 months ago

Indian Scout Sixty comes with a provision to assemble pillion seat.

Q. Can this be perfect for off road - Scout?
satya | 4 months ago

Ya

Q. Which is better FTR1200 or Kawasaki Ninja 1000?
Zigwheels | 4 months ago

Indian FTR 1200 S price starts from Rs. 14.99 lakh and Kawasaki Ninja 1000's price starts from Rs. 10.29 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. In technical specifications, Indian FTR 1200 S is powered by 1203 cc Liquid Cooled, V-Twin engine which produces 121.66 PS power whereas, Kawasaki Ninja 1000 is powered by 1043 cc in-line four, 4-stroke, 16-valve, DOHC engine which generates 142 PS power.The engine of Kawasaki Ninja 1000 provides frugal power as it is a finely tuned engine. Whereas, in the FTR 1200 S you'll get linear power but more torque. Comfort wise, FTR 1200 S is better because of its single sear setup and also the V-Twin engine soaks up the vibration. For more comparison, you can click on the following link: https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/indian-ftr-1200-vs-kawasaki-ninja-1000

H | 2 weeks ago

FTR1200

Q. What would you suggest between Indian Scout Bobber and Harley Davidson Forty Eight?
Zigwheels | 8 months ago

Harley Davidson Forty Eight feels well-packaged and engineered and not just fiddled with to be called a ‘new bike’. It looks great, can hold its own around corners and has brakes that provide plenty of stopping power and feel. It feels more apt as a fast, fun to ride motorcycle you can enjoy riding every day, or take for that Sunday morning breakfast run, though it isn’t exactly a touring machine. In keeping with that, the fuel tank can only hold 12.5 litres of fuel, which translates to a range of around 200km. And when you think of the Roadster as an everyday motorcycle, you cannot deny the fact that at Rs 10.55 lakh ex-showroom you get a lot of motorcycle which can put its money where its mouth is. On the other hand, if you do most of your riding in the city, are looking for a head turner that is also good for short weekend rides and Facebook cover photos, but is not a Forty-Eight, the Scout Bobber has a lot going for it. At 11.99 lakh, ex-showroom pan-India, the Scout is more expensive than the Triumph and the Harley. But it also features a much more refined engine with more power and shutterbug-worthy looks, which makes it worth considering.

Q. What would you suggest between Scout Bobber and Scout for both city as well as highway (more than 150km)
Zigwheels | 9 months ago

Both the bikes shares a same engine(V-Twin 1133 cc 95.17 bhp/97 Nm). Scout comes with 6-speed manual transmission and Scout Bobber gets 5-Speed manual transmission. So, Scout would be a better performer at highways. If you are looking for a modern classic touring motorcycle with presence and a comfortable ride, we suggest you look elsewhere. The standard Scout and the Triumph Bonneville T120 are great options. But if you do most of your riding in the city, are looking for a head turner that is also good for short weekend rides and Facebook cover photos, but is not a Forty-Eight, the Scout Bobber has a lot going for it. The Indian Scout is an American cruiser which has been recently given a complete makeover. Its classic rigid triangle design coupled with premium mono-tube rear shock absorbers offer better handling and comfort than it's siblings. Click on the given link to compare both the bikes : https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/indian-scout-vs-indian-scout-bobber

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