Customers need to pay Rs. 2 lakh as down payment for Scout Sixty, Scout and Scout Bobber and 85 percent loan will be provided via private bank
Indian Motorcycle has officially announced a new financing scheme. The customers need to pay Rs. 2 lakh only as down payment for Scout Sixty, Scout and Scout Bobber, and the private bank will give 85 percent loan at interest rate of 7.99 percent for three years. This limited period offer is available only this month.
The American manufacturer introduced this offer as part of customer delight programme and it will help prospective customers to get their favourite Indian Motorcycle easily. Indian Motorcycle currently sells 10 products in India from entry level Scout Sixty priced at Rs. 10.99 lakh (Ex-Showroom) to Roadmaster Elite at Rs. 48 lakh (Ex-Showroom).
Earlier, Indian Motorcycle announced price cut of almost Rs. 3 lakh as government reduced import tax on CBU products. The company imports its entire portfolio from America compared to Harley Davidson and other manufacturers who import only high end bikes – as other products are assembled in India.
This price cut has helped Indian Motorcycles to improve its sales and premium bike segment is experiencing good growth thanks to excise duty cut. The manufacturers are expecting the positive sales momentum to continue forward in festival season and most of them are planning to announce exciting offers to attract more customers.
Indian Scout Sixty is powered by 999 cc twin cylinder engine producing 76.90 bhp of power at 7,300 rpm and 88.8 Nm of torque at 5,800 rpm. This engine is coupled with 5 speed gearbox and it can return 25 kmpl. The braking power comes from 298 mm disc at front and 298 mm disc at rear with dual channel ABS and other safety features.
The Scout Sixty rides on 16 inch wheels with 130/90 section tyre at front and 150/80 section tyre at rear. The company has given telescopic front suspension and dual shocks at rear, which is tuned towards comfort. Indian Motorcycle offer Scout Sixty in three colour options – Pearl White, Thunder Black and Indian Motorcycle Red.