Nearly three months after the spectacular debut of the Speed 400 in India, Triumph has also released its off-road twin, the Scrambler 400 X. It has an improved suspension, a head guard grille, off-road footpegs, and other improvements. The bike costs Rs 2.63 lakh (ex-showroom).

Following the success of its sibling, the Speed 400, Triumph Motorcycles, and Bajaj Auto recently introduced the Scrambler 400 X in India. The new bike is priced at Rs 2.63 lakh ex-showroom. The Triumph motorbike will be marketed through a limited network of Triumph dealers, which will swiftly grow to more than 100 sites this fiscal year. The Scrambler bike is well-known for combining the versatility of a road bike with the off-road capabilities of a dirt bike. It has been built to handle rough terrains and soft trails thanks to its sturdy frame, long travel suspension, high ground clearance, and huge front wheel. Prospective buyers can book the Scrambler 400 X for Rs 10,000 on the Triumph India website. Now that this long-awaited motorbike has arrived in India, let’s see what it has in store for Indian automotive aficionados.

The Design Elements of the Triumph Scrambler 400 X

The Speed 400 and Scrambler 400X have similar designs. It sports a spherical headlight with a grill, a ribbed split seat, handle guards, and tank grips, among other features. It has a rather vintage appearance. The Scrambler 400X has a distinctive stance due to its ability to travel off-road. The bike is somewhat higher than its sibling, with a seat height of 835mm, for better handling. The Scrambler has a traditional appearance but has some modern characteristics. The Scrambler 400 X also has an all-LED lighting system and weighs 179kg.

According to the company, Triumph’s current model is offered in three dual-tone color variants. These pairings include black/silver, red/black, and green/white. Triumph also offers an extra 25 optional accessories for the Scrambler X to boost its usefulness and off-road performance.

Cycle Components for the Triumph Scrambler 400 X

The hardware components of the Scrambler 400X have been slightly modified by the British bike maker to complement its off-road skills. A mono-shock with 150mm of travel on both ends is supplied, as are USD front forks. Furthermore, the braking system has a 320mm front and 230mm rear disc set on 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels. MRF Zapper Kurve tires are mounted to both wheels.


Engine Specifications for the Triumph Scrambler 400 X

The Scrambler 400 X is propelled by the same engine that powers the Speed 400. This 398.15cc liquid-cooled engine is part of the all-new TR series of internal combustion engines. When it comes to power and torque, the bike produces 39.5bhp and 27.5Nm, respectively. Meanwhile, the gearbox installed is a 6-speed transmission with a slip and assist clutch.

Features of the Triumph Scrambler 400 X

The new Scrambler 400 X, like the 400 Speed, is feature-rich and offers a long list of luxuries. Traction control that can be switched on and off, an assist clutch, ride-by-wire, semi-digital instrument control, an immobilizer, a USB-C charging port, and other features are available. The instrument panel comprises a large analog speedometer as well as a tiny LCD display with a digital tachometer, gear position indication, trip information, and a fuel gauge. The Scrambler 400 X now has a wider front mudguard, switchable ABS, a grille to protect the headlamp, and a radiator.

Price and Competitors for the Triumph Scrambler 400 X

With a retail price of Rs 2.63 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the Scrambler 400X is Rs 30,000 more costly than the Speed 400. In comparison, the Speed 400 costs Rs 2.33 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). In our native market, the Yezdi Scrambler and the Royal Enfield Scram 411 are market competitors for the freshly announced Triumph Scrambler 400 X.

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