Indian has just launched this motorcycle at the EICMA event at the Milan show, the all-new Scout Sixty.


The Scout Sixty has a 999cc motor (60 cubic inches which gives the name of the bike), and at £8,999 it is the the lowest priced bike yet from the brand.

The new Indian Scout Sixty offers many of the same features and components as the Indian Scout, introduced last year. The new Scout Sixty has an identical chassis, suspension and brakes as the Scout and comes with a dry weight of 246kg. The motor makes 78hp and 89Nm of torque.



Offered in three classic Indian Motorcycle colours; red, white and black, the new model has a black seat, matching black frame and wheels and can be fitted with over 200 accessories already available for the Scout.

“The Indian Scout has been a stunningly successful introduction for us, with balance, performance and manoeuvrability that appeals to a broad swath of riders here in America and around the globe,” said Steve Menneto, President of Motorcycles for Polaris Industries. “The new Scout Sixty expands that reach even further to include newer riders and a younger demographic who long to experience the legendary quality and craftsmanship of an Indian motorcycle.”

A seat height of 642mm (25.3 inches) and the low centre of gravity gives the bike agility and helps keep up overall rider confidence and control, say Indian.


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Engine Type                                Liquid cooled V-twin (60 degrees)

DOHC, 4-valves per cylinder, semi-dry sump

Bore x Stroke                               3.661” x 2.898” (93 mm x 73.6 mm)

Compression Ratio                       11:1

Displacement                               61ci (999cc)

Horsepower                                 78hp at 7300rpm

Torque                                         88.8Nm at 5600rpm

Transmission                               Sump 5-speed constant mesh/foot shift

Clutch                                          Wet, multi-plate

Cooling System                            Liquid

Primary Drive                               Gear drive wet clutch

Final drive                                    Belt drive, 141 tooth

Exhaust                                       Split dual exhaust with cross-over

Fuel System                                Electronic fuel injection, closed loop/60 mm bore

Fuel Capacity                               3.3 gal (12.5 litres)

Oil Capacity                                 5 qts (4.73 litres)



Front Suspension                         Telescopic fork, 41mm diameter, 4.7” (120mm) travel

Rear Suspension                          Dual shock 3.0” (76mm) travel, adjustable



Dry weight                                   542 lbs (246 kg)

Ground clearance                         5.3” (135mm)

GVWR                                         988 lbs (449 kg)

Length                                         91 in / 2311 mm

Rake/Trail                                    29° / 4.7” (119.9 mm)

Seat Height                                  25.3” (643 mm)

Wheelbase                                   61.5” (1562 mm)



Brake system type                       Individual front and rear control, ABS Standard

Front braking system                    Single 298 mm floating rotor with 2-piston calipers

Rear braking system                    Single 298 mm floating rotor with 1-piston caliper



Front Tyre                                    130/90-16 72H

Front Wheel                                 150/80-16 71H

Rear Tyre                                    Cast 16” x 3.5”

Rear Wheel                                  Cast 16” x 3.5”



Thunder Black

Indian Motorcycle Red

Pearl White



Laced wheels (front and rear)

1920 Solo Saddle Seat

Extended and reduced reach foot controls

Extended and reduced reach handlebars

Mini-Ape handlebar

Performance exhaust by Remus






Indian launches new Scout Sixty at Milan show – cheapest ever Indian at £8,999

Tony Carter

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