Based off the 2020 Indian Scout, the Scout Bobber shares the same 100 HP, 72 lbs-ft torque, 1,133 cc 60 degree v-twin engine and 6 speed wet clutch transmission. Where it differs, however, is in the fairings and the overall style of the bike.
With an inch lower rear suspension, a bobbed tail, and a bobber style seat with no passenger cushion behind, the Scout Bobber is meant to look mean and challenge the streets. With the tail cut off, it even has the license plate holder hanging off the left side of the rear fender, in classic bobber style. As well, the engine features a blackout color scheme, and whereas the base Scout likes to shine in chrome, the Scout Bobber likes to stay in the dark, with matte black exhausts, handlebars, and pretty much everything else.
The Scout Bobber for 2020 has two models: The Scout Bobber and the Scout Bobber Twenty. The major differences between the two is that the Scout Bobber Twenty has wire wheels, chromed exhaust tips, a floating saddle seat, mini-ape handlebars, and a more old school tank paint job with the classic Indian headdress logo and script.
The 2020 Indian Scout Bobber starts at $10,999 US/$13,999 CDN, and the Scout Bobber Twenty starts at $11,999 US/$14,999 CDN.
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