2015 Indian Scout motorcycle video reviews features

By Peter Chubb - Aug 11, 2014

There had been a lot of rumors in regard to the 2015 Indian Scout, and it hasn’t been that long since we finally learned what the Polaris owned company had to offer. On looks alone the all-new model wins out against its rivals, but we know there is far more to it that that.

With the design being one of the most important factors, the most important has to be the engine, and you will see in a selection of 2015 Indian Scout motorcycle video reviews that its 1133cc liquid cooled engine with fuel-injection and V-twin is good for 100 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque, which is good enough to put a smile on the face of most people.

There are many motorcycles that offer that sort of power, but when you are on it you get an awful feeling of numbing vibration on your limbs, but not with the new Indian Scout as this is a joy to ride, which you can clearly see in the first video.

The first video runs for a little over 4 minutes and is a first ride review, although we are treated to details of some of its specs and features from the company. We do love how the company has stuck with tradition in terms of appearance and ride, although they have used some of the latest in motorcycle technology in order to achieve this.

The second video is an overview of the Indian Scout, which talks more about the perfectly balanced motorcycle, which has been on our minds for years and so finally nice to see the model finally unveiled.

In the final video we get to hear from Industrial Design Director at Indian Motorcycle, Greg Brew, as well as lead designer for this particular model Rich Christoph on how they came up with the Scout by looking at the past, but using the latest tools at their disposal.

What are your thoughts on the 2015 Indian Scout motorcycle?

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2015 Indian Scout motorcycle video reviews features

  • Rp

    Peter – you posted a shot of the Big Chief Custom – not a Scout.