The Scrambler 400X has been introduced by Triumph Motorcycles in India. The British bikemaker’s most cheap scrambler model in India is priced at Rs. 2,62,996 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Not to mention that the Scrambler 400X is also produced in India in partnership with Bajaj, just like the Speed 400.
The new Triumph Scrambler 400X and the Speed have similar design cues. Thus, the fuel tank, turn indicators, circular LED headlights, and overall design are comparable. Being a Scrambler, this one is available in off-road form. This also incorporates a handlebar guard, split seat, headlight grill, relatively taller stance, and updated ergonomics.
A 399cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor producing 39.5bhp and 37.5Nm drives the Triumph Scrambler 400X. It has a slipper and assist clutch and is connected to a six-speed transmission. Additionally, both Triumph 400cc bikes share the same list of amenities, including LED lighting, traction control, a USB charging outlet, ride-by-wire, switchable ABS, and a semi-digital instrument panel.
The hardware is one of the main distinctions between the Scrambler 400X and the Speed 400.
The Scrambler is mounted on wheels with dual-purpose tyres that measure 19 inches in the front and 17 inches in the back. The brakes consist of a 320mm front and 230mm rear disc, and the suspension hardware consists of USD front forks and a monoshock.
The Scrambler 400X is over 30,000 rupees more expensive than its road-going sister, with an asking price of Rs. 2,62,996 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Yezdi Scrambler and the Royal Enfield Scram 411 compete with the Triumph bike in the class.
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