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Indian Motorcycle Adds Rogue to Scout Line

February 2, 2022

By Kali Kotoski

Indian Motorcycle unveiled its newest additions to the popular Scout line with the 2022 Scout Rogue and Scout Rogue Sixty, giving the iconic model its most aggressive look yet.

The new features for the Scout Rogue include a quarter fairing, mini ape-hanger handlerbars, sport style seat, blacked out fenders and valve covers and a 19-inch front wheel.

“For so many motorcyclists, riding carries a rogue spirit — a bold statement of freedom and individuality that brings riders together — and Scout Rogue delivers that in spades,” said Aaron Jax, Indian Motorcycle Vice President, in a press release. “It’s an attitude that can only be found on a motorcycle, and it creates a totally unique level of camaraderie and community, and that’s what Scout Rogue is all about.”

The Scout Rogue and Scout Rogue Sixty build on the company’s entry level lineup that is designed to capture new riders and inspire rider confidence while still packing plenty of that good old American muscle, both cosmetically and with a powertrain that provides low-end torque for snappy acceleration.  Each Scout model provides a low seat height and manageable wheelbase, while a lower center of gravity gives superior handling for all riders.

The Scout Rogue Sixty starts at $9,999 and is packed with a 999cc, liquid-cooled motor with 78 horsepower, while the Scout Rogue starts at $11,499 and delivers 100 horsepower through a 1113cc engine.

                                                              A fully accessorized 2022 Indian Scout Rogue Sixty.