The awesome fully loaded and new for 2020 Indian Scout Bobber Twenty 1200 brand new unregistered with FREE UK DELIVERY! Call or email for full details on 01476 850644 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Part Exchange Welcome and finance can be arranged. 7.9% APR on HP ad PCP. JUST £12699 so be quick!Compare insurance quotes
Chris Walker Kawasaki
200 Harlaxton Road, NG31 7AQ
Why buy from Chris Walker Kawasaki
Welcome to the newest Kawasaki destination dealer Chris Walker Kawasaki. As a solus Kawasaki dealer we offer an impressive range of new Kawasaki motorcycles, including sports bikes, sports tourers, cruisers and Adventure dual purpose bikes. All are available at highly competitive and affordable prices – click on the Kawasaki Klipboard and hit the Kawasaki Kalculator to check it out for yourself. Why not book a test ride - We have a range of Demo bikes available, including the new Versys 650 & 1000. To book a test ride click on the link at the top of the page, just fill out the form and we'll get you booked in. Chris Walker Kawasaki also has a range of new Kawasaki Off Road motorcycles for those of you who like the dirt! You can even book a try out at our very own Motocross facility StalkerMX just around the corner. Chris Walker Kawasaki also boasts a Superbike style garage offering Service, Workshop, Performance Centre and Race Bay where our factory trained technicians can service, fix or trick up your bike. You can browse for Performance Parts in our Speed Vault & we also have an official Dynojet Dyno onsite, you can even watch your bike on the Dyno live from our viewing window! We also stock a wide range of both Road and Off Road clothing and Helmets from RST, Arai, AGV & Fox. After checking out all Chris Walker Kawasaki has to offer why not relax and have a bite to eat in our onsite Race Cafe or plan your next ride out to see us for a bacon buttie. Chris ''The Stalker'' Walker may even join you but sshhh don't tell anyone about the bacon buttie! In addition to Chris himself if you're a race fan you may even see some familiar faces in our staff....Tommy Bridewells Milwaukee 2014 mechanic Joe Richardson, Chris's very own BeWiser Crew Chief, race mechanic and motorcycle engineer Chris Hunt and the legendary Superbike Team Manager Colin Wright!
MCN overall review verdict: The Indian Scout Bobber has cleverly mixed old-school styling and modern-day performance, with refinement and a healthy splash of the American dream. Short-travel suspension is crashy over bumps, ground clearance limited and the riding position might not be great for everyone’s back, but the new Scout Bobber has a jewel-like motor, feel-good handling and impeccable build quality. Indian reveal updates to 2020 Scout Bobber range Indian chase ice drag glory with Appaloosa v2.0 In March 2018 Indian announced a Jack Daniel's edition Bobber Scout, which didn't run on whiskey but instead featured the same black and gold colour scheme as the fire engines on the site of the firm's distillery (below). Indian Scout Bobber Twenty 2020 marks a full century since Indian built their first Scout. Now owned by Polaris, the current firm might have little to do with the original factory other than the name but they’re still throwing a 100th birthday party. Hence the new Indian Scout Bobber Twenty. It’s not a replica of that first Scout from 1920. That wasn’t a ‘bobber’ and didn’t have an armpit-cooling handlebar position, which is why Indian have also introduced a new Scout 100th Anniversary Edition that apes the colours and look of the original. Instead, the Twenty is the regular Scout Bobber with details influenced by the 1920 bike. This means the deep, low-slung seat is replaced with a ‘bobber’ leather pan, replicating the sprung perch on the first Scout and seemingly floating off the frame. Cast wheels are replaced with period spokes, and the riding position is altered with a ‘mini-ape’ handlebar. The Twenty also gets a bespoke ‘headdress’ tank graphic, over a choice of three colours: Thunder Black, Burnished Metallic (bronzey-red) and Smoke Sagebrush (which sounds like a Southern Rock trio). The changes add £800 to the price of a common or garden Scout Bobber, taking it to £12,699. Other than the spoke wheels and a small wet weight increase of four kilos (insignificant on a bike weighing over a quarter of a ton), the Twenty is pretty much the same as the regular Scout Bobber. And that’s no bad thing, as Indian’s motorcycles are exemplary. Scouts are a spot-on mix of traditional US cruiser and modernity. You get a large-capacity V-twin, time-honoured styling and a stance that could only have come from America. However, that 1133cc engine is liquid-cooled, oversquare, and as happy delivering free-revving performance as rumbling around in a tall gear. The chassis uses a cast aluminium frame and cartridge forks, and the finish is top-drawer.
|Annual road tax||£93|
|Annual service cost||£200|
|Max power||94 bhp|
|Max torque||74 ft-lb|
|Top speed||120 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||-|
|Frame type||Cast ali spine|
|Engine type||Liquid-cooled, 8v, V-twin|
|Fuel capacity||12.5 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
* With Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) you have the option at the end of the agreement to:
1) return the motorcycle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. If the motorcycle has exceeded the maximum agreed mileage a charge for excess mileage will apply – in this example 6p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage up to 4,999 miles and 12p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage exceeding 4,999 miles If the motorcycle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage you will have nothing further to pay;
2) pay the Optional Final Repayment to own the motorcycle or
3) part exchange the motorcycle subject to settlement of your existing credit agreement; new credit agreements are subject to status.