Indian Motorcycle Co. resurrected a valuable member of its heritage line, the 2015 Indian Scout featuring a 69 cubic-inch liquid-cooled V-Twin and a rigid cast aluminum frame. Read the full review in the 2015 Indian Scout First Ride.
- The 2015 Indian Scout comes in Thunder Black, Indian Motorcycle Red, Silver Smoke (matte finish) and Thunder Black Smoke (matte finish) with an MSRP of $10,999.
- The liquid-cooled 69 cubic-inch V-Twin of the 2015 Indian Scout puts out a claimed 100 hp and 72.2 lb-ft torque at 5900 rpm.
- With a 25.3-inch seat height and pullback bars, the 2015 Indian Scout is a viable choice for riders under six-feet-tall.
- The 2015 Indian Scout has a rigid, cast aluminum frame. Getting the shock to perform correctly at that angle and connecting point was one of the major challenges of the project.
- A small, round speedometer sits between the tapered bars of the 2015 Indian Scout.
- The tapered tank has a modern design teamed with heritage-true logos. The fuel tank of the 2015 Indian Scout holds 3.3 gallons.
- Indian Motorcycle Co once again made waves in Sturgis with the debut of the 2015 Indian Scout.
- It was a festive affair in Sturgis Saturday night, August 2 as Indian Motorcycles pulled wraps off its 2015 Chief.
- The 2015 Indian Scout felt light as soon as we stood it up of its kickstand, the lightness carrying over to handling and steering.
- The 1133cc V-Twin of the 2015 Indian Scout revs higher than most cruisers, peaking out at almost 90 mph in second gear.
- The Scout is an important model for Indian Motorcycles who said this is the very first truly new Scout in 70 years.
- After spending a day in the saddle of the 2015 Indian Scout, we'd be very worried if we were its middleweight cruiser competitors.
- Charlie Ransom of The American Motor Drome Co put on quite a show within the wooden walls of the Wall of Death.
- American Picker Mike Wolfe and Indian Motorcycle fan, actor Mark Wahlberg, helped unveil the 2015 Indian Chief in Sturgis.