2025 Indian Scout lineup revealed


For 2025 Indian has revamped the Scout lineup with major changes to the engine as well as the frame. The 2025 Indian Scout range features a liquid-cooled, 1,250cc V-Twin that replaces the outgoing 1,133cc engine and a new frame houses this revamped motor. This marks the first full-scale overhaul for the Indian Scout lineup since Polaris took over the storied American bikemaker. 

  1. New 1,250cc V-Twin makes 5hp, 12Nm more than older mill
  2. Three trim levels available on Bobber, Classic and Sport variants
  3. 101 Scout only one to get adjustable suspension, radial Brembo brakes

Indian Scout variants, trims

The new Indian Scout lineup is powered by a liquid-cooled, 1,250cc, V-Twin engine dubbed the SpeedPlus. Indian claims this motor makes 105hp at 7,250rpm and 109Nm at 6,300rpm, which is 5hp and 12Nm more than the previous version. The range-topping 101 Scout has even higher output figures at 111hp and 111Nm.

For this year, Indian has also moved to a new tubular steel frame and the radiator is tucked away a little more discreetly than before, quite important on a bike that places form over function. 

The 2025 Indian Scout will be available in five different variants: the stripped-down  Bobber, the aggressive Sport, the heritage-inspired Classic, the light-touring Super and bringing back a historic name from Indian's past, the range-topping 101 Scout. 

Each variant is available in three configurations – Standard, Limited and Limited + Tech – which means a total of 15 different permutations and combinations of the Indian Scout are available. Optioning the Scout with the Limited pack unlocks more paint options, cruise control and traction control, while the top-spec Limited + Tech brings in a circular 4-inch TFT dash as well as keyless ignition. 

The higher Super and 101 variants get the Limited + Tech pack as standard, which means the TFT display, riding aids and keyless ignition are all factory fitment on these two variants. The 101 Scout is the sportiest of the bunch and is the only variant to get fully-adjustable suspension at both ends and radially-mounted Brembo monobloc calipers with twin disc brakes at the front. Meanwhile, the Super Scout gets a pillion seat, backrest and retro-looking saddlebags as standard.

Also See:

2018 Indian Scout Bobber review, test ride

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