The Harley Davidson Sportster S is priced at Rs 16,51,000, while the Scout gets priced at Rs. 19 lakhs.
The Sportster performs better with 125Nm @6000 rpm compared to the 97Nm@5600 rpm of the Indian Scout Bobber Alumina Jade Smoke.
The bore and stroke of the Sportster are 105 and 72.23, while it is 99 and 74 for Scout.
There are also significant differences in its design and handlebar system, especially the exhaust of the Sportster. The Scout is available in six colours now, while the Sportster is available in the three colours mentioned above.
The Sportster is a better option technology-wise; it also has a USB charging port, unlike the Scout. Both are cruiser bikes with a six-speed transmission, while Scout has comparatively more fuel capacity.
Harley Davidson Sportster S has a mileage of 19.6 kmph while the Iron has a 20.8 kmph; Harley Davidson Iron 883 gets priced at Rs. 11,97,109, whereas the Sportster is Rs. 16.51 Lakh.
The Iron has a lower-powered air-cooled engine at 883 cc with a 68 Nm@4750 rpm maximum torque compared to the liquid-cooled 1252 cc engine and a max torque of 125 Nm@6000 rpm.
Both are available in three colours though they are not similar.
The Iron has a more petite frame and structure than the Harley Davidson Sportster S, and there are many differences in its styling. Especially the technology in it is considerably better. Even though the Sportster is slightly costlier, it is the better option.
The new Nightster is priced at Rs. 14.99 Lakhs while the Sportster at Rs. 15.51 Lakhs. Though the Sportster may seem on the costlier side, it has a better engine compared to the 975 ccs of the Nightster, and with that comes lower power and performance.
Both have very similar designs because the Nightster is a redesigned version of the Sportster. While many riders prefer the Nightster, it does not have as many digital features and does not perform as well as the Sportster in all things considered including its digital systems to its seat height and design; the Sportster seems like the perfect option.
The Nightster only has Riding modes in its additional features, while Sportster has both Ride modes and Cruise control and is loaded with electronics.