It’s low-slung style, reasonable price tag, and manageable V-twin engine make the 2020 Indian Scout Sixty an “excellent value in an entry-level cruiser.” The Scout Sixty, like the Scout Bobber Sixty, is an “easygoing, manageable ride” that is attributed to its blacked-out 999cc V-twin with its smooth power delivery and healthy dollop of low-end punch. The low 25.6-inch (unladen) seat height, pulled-back handlebar, give it its low-slung ergos and aggressive looks. The intended audience are newer riders who are looking to cruise around town in menacing style.
In the past we claimed that “The Scout Sixty isn’t missing a damn thing that takes away from the impressive riding experience of the Scout,” in fact “the Scout Sixty surprisingly delivers a top-notch ride in a great looking platform and the price is cause for owner rejoice, not shame.”
Competition in the beginner cruiser realm can be duked out between the Harley-Davidson Street 750, Honda Rebel 500, and Yamaha Bolt.
Changes made to the model include new floating rotors, calipers, and master cylinders.
Keeping it simple, Indian only provides three colorways: Thunder Black (ABS and non-ABS), Burgundy Metallic (ABS), and Pearl White over Titanium Metallic (ABS). The non-ABS Thunder Black starts the MSRP off at $8,999 and then ranges up to $10,799 for Pearl White over Titanium Metallic.