Triumph Scrambler 400X: Triumph Motorcycles has finally launched the much-awaited Scrambler 400X in the Indian market, three months after the launch of the Speed 400. Similar to its roadster counterpart, Triumph Motorcycles has priced the Scrambler 400X competitively. The ex-showroom price of the motorcycle is Rs. 2.63 lakhs, which is Rs. 30,000 more expensive than the Speed 400.
The Scrambler 400X shares its platform with the Speed 400 but has undergone several modifications to handle off-roading. It will compete with the KTM Adventure X, Yamaha Scrambler, BMW G310 GS, Yamaha Adventure, and the upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan 452. For performance, it uses a familiar 398cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled fuel-injected DOHC four-valve engine.
This engine develops a maximum power of 40 PS at 8,000 rpm and a peak torque of 37.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm. It is mated to a 6-speed transmission with a slipper and assist clutch. Compared to the Speed 400, it has a longer wheelbase and features a raised seat height, larger front wheel, and block pattern tires both front and rear.
The Scrambler 400X takes design inspiration from its larger siblings, the Scrambler 900 and 1200. It weighs 185 kilograms, which is 9 kilograms heavier than the Speed 400. The seat height of the Scrambler is 835 mm, while the ground clearance is 195 mm. It comes with standard features such as engine sump guard, headlamp grille, and removable rubber inserts on the footpegs.
The motorcycle runs on 100/80-19 front and 140/80-17 rear black alloy wheels and is controlled by 320 mm front disc (larger than the Speed 400) and a rear disc supported by dual-channel ABS (switchable rear ABS) for braking duties. Triumph Speed 400 and Scrambler 400X made their global debut in the United Kingdom at the end of June, before the announcement of prices in India.
The Speed 400 has been well-received by customers, and booking for the Scrambler 400X has also commenced. Other key attractions are upside-down front forks, pre-load adjustable rear monoshock suspension, and a semi-digital instrument console. The Scrambler 400X is available in three color options – Phantom Black, Carnival.
– Triumph has launched the Scrambler 440X in the Indian market, three months after launching the Scrambler 400X.
– The Scrambler 400X is priced at 2.63 lakh rupees, which is 30,000 rupees more expensive than the Scrambler 400, priced at 2.33 lakh rupees.
– The Scrambler 400X shares the same platform as the Scrambler 400 but has several modifications for off-roading.
– It is powered by a 398cc liquid-cooled engine that develops a maximum power of 40 PS.
– The Scrambler 400X takes design inspiration from its larger siblings, the Scrambler 900 and 1200.
– It weighs 185 kilograms, which is 9 kilograms more than the Scrambler 400.
– It comes with standard features like engine guards, headlamp grille, and removable rubber inserts on the footpegs.
– It has 19-inch front and 17-inch rear alloy wheels and braking duties are controlled by a 320mm front disc and rear disc supported by a dual-channel ABS system.
– The Scrambler 400X is available in three color options: Phantom Black, Carnival Red, and Matte Khaki Green.