Indian Scout Sixty ABS

Indian Scout a premium cruiser motorcycle that has made its comeback in unique style. The single seat of bike gives a cool look to the motorcycle. The chrome is finishing on the twin exhaust that adds a new style and offers a stunning look to the Scout. The designing of the cruiser is not ordinary. The Indian Scout comes with ABS, spoke wheels and matt finish whereby bike will be able to attract bike enthusiasts.

11,10,495 *
* Ex-Showroom Price

Launch Date : 24 May 2016

Available color(s): Thunder Black Red Peral White

Indian Scout Sixty ABS Full Specifications


Displacement (cc) 1133
Engine Type Twin-Valve
Maximum Power 100 BHP @ 8100 RPM
Maximum Torque 97.7 NM @ 5900 RPM
Starter System Self Start
Fuel Delivery System Closed Loop Fuel Injection
Cooling System Liquid-cooled
Gears 6
Clutch Gear Drive Wet Clutch
Bore (mm) 99
Stroke (mm) 73.6


Front Suspension Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension Dual Shocks


Front Brake 298 mm Rotor / 2 Piston Caliper
Rear Brake 298 mm Rotor / 1 Piston Caliper


Front Tyre Size 130/90-16 72H
Rear Tyre Size 150/80-16 71H
Wheel Size (inches) 17
Tyres Types Tubeless
Wheel Type Alloy


Tail Light LED
Dashboard Digital


Length (mm) 2311
Width (mm) 880
Height (mm) 1207
Weight (Kg) 253
Ground Clearance (mm) 135
Wheelbase (mm) 1562


Colors Peral White, Red, Thunder Black


Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 12.4
Fuel Consumption City (kmpl) 15.00
Fuel Consumption Highway (kmpl) 20.00

SAGMart Reviews on Indian Scout Sixty ABS

What's Good

The resurgence of the old Indian Scout Sixty has acquired something unique this time by the styling. Raising a question on the design and graphics of the cruiser would be totally absurd. The new giant has shared plenty of attributes of its big brother while many are fresh as well. Despite having enormous features, the bike is blessed with a low price tag, which is what the most attractive factor, undoubtedly. Though the engine displacement is lesser this time with one less gear too, the bike is a more suitable package than the bigger boy. Some of its pros are as follows:

  • Unique Styling
  • Chrome Finished Exhaust Pipe
  • Unbeatable Power
  • Spoke Wheels
  • Matt Finish

What's Bad

Talking about the cons, the lack of sixth gear is what makes the people having second thoughts about the mid-weight hunk. Other than that, we believe that the cruiser doesn’t have any flaws.

Power and mileage

Needless to say, the Indian Scout Sixty has an equal proportion of style and performance altogether. The typical cruiser churns out a whooping power by a 999.6cc liquid-cooled, V-twin motor. Pulling the 254 kg Scout Sixty is not an easy job at all, therefore, a powerful unit like this was somehow needed on an obvious note. The motorcycle is fuel friendly and more refined because of the closed fuel injection. Below are its power and mileage figures:

  • Engine displacement: 999.6cc
  • Maximum Power: 78BHP at 7300 RPM
  • Maximum Torque: 88.8NM at 5800 RPM
  • Fuel System: Closed loop fuel injection
  • Mileage: 25 KMPL

Handling and Riding

Riding a cruiser always gives maximum pleasure, which certainly any other bike can’t render up to that extent. However, handling the same cruiser is not as easy as it looks like. Rather, it becomes tedious for some bikers to handle a cruiser owing to its weight. Thanks to the efficient bodywork, the Scout Sixty is so handy when it comes to handling, despite having a muscular silhouette. The single V-designed vinyl seat provides support to the rider and gives maximum convenience. With the slightly higher position, the biker will feel more command on the bike.

Here are some of its handling and riding features:

  • Convenient Seat
  • Kerb weight: 254 kg
  • Ground Clearance: 135mm
  • ABS Braking
  • Higher Riding Position


In the safety context, Indian has imparted ABS as a standard fitment into the cruiser apart from a 298mm front disc brake with 2-piston caliper while a 1-piston caliper and 298mm disc brake for the rear end. Heading towards the suspension configuration, 120mm travel telescopic forks at the front and 76mm travel adjustable dual shocks at the rear make the bike deal with bumpy roads. Safety factors are mentioned below:

  • Front Brake: 298mm floating rotor with 2-piston calipers
  • Rear Brake: 298mm floating rotor with 1-piston caliper
  • Front Suspension: Telescopic forks, 41mm diameter, 120mm travel
  • Rear Suspension: Twin shocks, 76mm travel, adjustable
  • Tyres: 130/90-16 fat wheel (front), 150/80-16 unit (rear)


The cruiser bike maker bestows two years warranty per unlimited km and two years road side assist for the proud owners of Scout Sixty.


The mid-size bike is a good option for those cruiser lovers who can burn a hole in their pockets. It is worth paying thousands of pennies owing to good performance, design, and security.

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