2019 Indian Scout Line Up First Look

Rennie Scaysbrook | August 27, 2018

2019 Indian Scout Lineup First Look—The 2019 Indian Scout range has been one of the top selling machines in the Indian line-up since it was unveiled in 2015. In 2017, we got the Scout Sixty and Scout Bobber, giving Indian a three-pronged attack in the lightweight cruiser category so for 2019, Indian won’t be reinventing the wheel with regards to the Scout line-up.

2019 Indian Scout Lineup First Look

The 2019 Scout family gets a bit of tech thrown into the deal.

A new ABS system for every non-black Scout Sixty is now standard, however, if you chose a black one you can have a Scout without ABS if you so desire.

The standard Scout and Scout Bobber will also receive a USB charging port next to the speedo, although this can be retrofitted if you own an 2015-2017 Scout or 2017-onwards Scout Bobber.

“The iconic Indian Scout family is a favorite amongst riders across the globe,” said Reid Wilson, Senior Director for Indian Motorcycle. “Since the addition of the Scout Bobber in July 2017, we’ve continued to evolve our Scout offering to meet the tastes of various riders, whether they prefer the classic, heritage-inspired look of Scout Sixty and Scout or the stripped-down, blacked-out attitude of Scout Bobber. The refinements we’ve made for 2019 and the new paint options accentuate the wide appeal of the Scout line.”


Color options for the $8,999, 999cc, liquid-cooled Scout Sixty (above) include Thunder Black, White Smoke, Ruby Metallic and Star Silver over Thunder Black.


The Indian Scout (above), with its 1133cc, liquid-cooled engine gets Thunder Black, Deep Water Metallic, Metallic Jade, Indian Motorcycle Red over Thunder Black and Willow Green over Ivory Cream for $11,499.


Rounding out the lineup is the 1133cc Scout Bobber (above), which will come in Thunder Black, Thunder Black Smoke, White Smoke and Bronze Smoke for an MSRP of $11,499.

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Rennie Scaysbrook | Road Test Editor Rennie Scaysbrook is our Road Test Editor. A lifetime rider, the Aussie made the trek across the Pacific to live the dream in the U.S. of A. Likes puppies and wheelies.