2022 Indian Scout Rogue unveiled

    Indian launches what they call the most aggressive of the Scout siblings. This newest member of the Scout family fits in neatly with the Scout and Scout Bobber.

    Published On Feb 03, 2022 07:00:00 AM


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    Indian Motorcycles has taken the wraps off the 2022 Scout Rouge.  The motorcycle is the fourth bike in the company’s 1133cc cruiser portfolio and has a sportier stance. 

    2022 Indian Scout Rogue: design 

    When compared to its siblings, the Rogue gets a quarter fairing, 19-inch front wheel, mini-ape handlebar, and curved rear seat. Other bits that stand out on the Indian Scout Rogue are the blacked-out engine, exhaust, handlebars and wheels. 

    In order to complement the blacked-out bits, Indian has given the Rogue dark colour options, namely Black Metallic, Black Smoke, Black Smoke Midnight, Sagebrush Smoke, Stealth Grey, and Storm Blue. Indian also says that the Quarter Fairing can be colour-matched for Scout Rogue models, Scout models from 2015-2022 and Scout Bobber models 2018-2022.

    2022 Indian Scout Rogue: engine and chassis 

    The Rogue is powered by a 1,133cc V-twin that makes 100hp and is paired to a 6-speed gearbox. Suspension duties on the Rogue are handled by a telescopic fork at the front and dual shocks at the rear. You could also add piggyback shocks available as an accessory for added travel when compared to the stock travel of 51mm. Both, the 19-inch front and a 16-inch rear rims are shod in Metzeler Cruisetec tyres.

    It has a dry  weight of 238kg and when fuelled up, it weighs 247kg. The Rogue gets a seat height of 649mm and ground clearance of 129mm.

    The Rogue gets a single-seater sports seat and Indian also offers a two-up accessory seat and backrest for those riding with a pillion.

    2022 Indian Scout Rogue: will it come to India?

    While the bike is on sale in international markets, there is no word yet on Indian’s plans to launch the bike in our country.


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