Can you tell me about the Indian Scout Bobber bike?

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The brand-new bike joining the Indian Motorbike lineup is designated as Scout Bobbar. It landed in India in November. Scout Bobbar has been working well in the American auto market. The booking of this racer in India has already begun for 50,000 rupees.

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Indian Scout, Indian Scout Sixty:

Indian Motorcycles trades Indian Scout and Indian Scout Sixty in India. This will be the third motorbike of its brand in the lineup. Its ex-showroom rate in New Delhi is likely to be approx 14 lakh rupees.

Aggressive and Stylish:

This bike with a tempestuous and sporty look is adorned with a deluxe leather finish seat. It is supposed to be exceeding than a bullet. This will be the second Scout Bobber motorbike in India. The first bike was Triumph Bobber.

Engine, power, and specifications:

This bike is built on the conventional model of the Indian Scout. Both vehicles have a bean engine. It is adorned with a 6-speed transmission. The V twin engine of 1131 CC produces 100 hp power and creates the maximum torque of 97.7 NM.

Riding position and Suspension:

The riding stance of this motorbike is distinct from the Indian Scouts.  The rear suspension has been lowered but the rise of the seat has been raised. Its front suspension is also fresh. In such a position, handling of Scout Bobber and performing quality can be distinctive from the Indian Scouts.

Color variants:

The conventional single seat has been provided on this bike. This bike will be open in five colors- Thunder Black, Star Silver Smoke, Indian Motorcycle Red, Bronze Smoke, and Thunder Black Smoke.

Accessories in the offer:

Indian motorcycle is giving accessories with this motorcycle for the comfort of touring. It has a rider seat, a single rack bag and a leather bag with the CG bar.

Rival(s) in the market:

A new marker has been provided on Bar & Mirrors and Fuel Tank in Bobbar. On its launch, it was contested by grand Triumph Bobbar and Harley Davidson Forty-Eight.

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