The Indian motorcycle is an American based motorcycle maker, which is the most prominent name for its powerful and cruiser motorcycles. In the mid of 19the century, the company becomes bankrupt and various other organizations tried hard to retain the name, while compromising with limited success in the following years. However, a few years later in 2011, Polaris industries of the same continent acquired the Indian motorcycle and launched three motorcycles equipped with modern technologies while maintaining its legendary styling.
As per the source, Polaris India marked a good success with Indian Scout and now planning to launch new Indian Scout Sixty, showcased at 2015 EICMA, by the May 2016. Polaris India started its journey by its first dealership at Gurgoan, India in 2014. Recently Indian motorcycle maker launched its fifth dealership in Mumbai and has a plan to touch the figure of 12 by the end of 2016.
Visually, the Scout Sixty shares the same design and body cues, including similar chassis, suspension setup and brakes, of its elder Scout model. For making the Scout Sixty more affordable offering, ABS has been excluded.
In terms of technical bits, the Indian Scouts gets the power of 78 BHP and torque of 89 Nm from the 999cc, liquid cooled V-twin engine. The engine is mated to a five-speed transmission. The Indian Scout Sixty measure length of 2,311mm, width of 880mm and height of 1,207mm with excellent ground clearance of 135mm, which is ideal for every kind of terrain.
The Scout Sixty will be the most affordable offering than its bigger Scouts and be sold as a completely built unit in the country. Stay tuned with Sagmart to know more about the upcoming motorcycle.