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Old 7th May 2015, 19:58   #46
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Indian Motorcycle opened their Bangalore dealership today at Infantry road. They invited some of the known riding groups for the launch and they acknowledge the groups with a small memento. We from #LLBs rode along with Indian bikes from ITC Gardenia to their Infantry road showroom post which the showroom was officially opened. Roadmaster and Dark Horse models were also unveiled.

Have my own doubts about these bikes surviving in the market dominated by Harley and Triumph with their current price range.

Frankly the bikes somewhat lacked the character... Triumph thunderbird and Harley Fatboy were looking and sounding awesome next to it and it actually costs half the price of that of an Indian chief. this is purely my opinion.

Also, Scout looked little small for an average Indian height. Again there are much better options in that price range.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 18:57   #47
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Bikes were displayed at the UB City, Bangalore.
Pics taken by my uncle.

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A few more pictures from the same event, shared by my friend this time.

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Even more pics from the same event.

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( pics clicked by my friend Sharad. Grazie. )
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Any info on On Road pricing? (esp on Scout?)
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Any info on On Road pricing? (esp on Scout?)
The Scout has an on road pricing of almost 14.3 lakhs in Bangalore.
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Indian Motorcycle has inaugurated a dealership in Mumbai. It is located in Jogeshwari (E) at Unit No. 4 & 5, Hubtown Viva on the Western Express Highway and run by Auto Hangar (India) Pvt. Ltd. The dealership will cater to the region of Western Maharashtra, including Pune.

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The showroom will showcase the entire range of Indian Motorcycle products, currently available in the Indian market. These include the Roadmaster, Chief Classic, Chief Vintage, Chieftain, Chief Dark Horse and Scout. Additionally, it will display a range of merchandise for enthusiasts.

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The dealership will also offer after sales service for the companyís motorcycles. Indian Motorcycle claims that its service staff is house-trained for offering global standards of after-sales and service support.

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This is the company's fifth dealership in India. Its other showrooms are located in Gurgaon, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Chennai.
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My big brother is getting a Scout. He is getting this from Cochin. Looking fwd to delivery

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My big brother is getting a Scout. He is getting this from Cochin. Looking fwd to delivery

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The second Scout in Kerala and first for Thrissur! Congrats !

Is there an option to add pillion seats?
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Is there an option to add pillion seats?
Yes there is the option to add rear seats.
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The second Scout in Kerala and first for Thrissur! Congrats !

Is there an option to add pillion seats?
Here is an image with all the accessories for your reference I love the styling of the Indian Scout.

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The second Scout in Kerala and first for Thrissur! Congrats !

Is there an option to add pillion seats?
Thanks jkdas. As per the showroom, this is the first Scout in Kerala. And this is at Ernakulam. There has been a delay with delivery as the Bike was not yet in the system and the RTO authorities took their own sweet time to get this done. Since the bike was not in the system, the tax could not be paid etc.

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Thanks jkdas. As per the showroom, this is the first Scout in Kerala. And this is at Ernakulam. There has been a delay with delivery as the Bike was not yet in the system and the RTO authorities took their own sweet time to get this done. Since the bike was not in the system, the tax could not be paid etc.

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The dealer had the same issue here at Chennai, the RTO took their own sweet time to get the bikes "approved". They have sold 4 bikes here in Chennai so far.
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Any idea as to what happened to the Mumbai Indian Motorcycle dealership?

The one on the Western Expressway?

It used to be between Triumph and Benelli. But, now has been replaced by a Kawasaki showroom. Where have they moved?
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