In the realm of two-wheeled marvels, Triumph unfurls its latest gem, the Triumph Scrambler 400, onto the Indian terrain. Behold the Triumph Scrambler 400X: a masterpiece hailing from the esteemed British motorcycle lineage. This marvel stands as the second most potent and economically inclined creation by Triumph. Fresh off the heels of the triumphant release of the Speed 400, Triumph unveils the Scrambler 400X, a testament to the fruitful partnership with Bajaj on Indian soil.
The Scrambler 400X beckons with an array of enhanced features, offering a bounty of extras to behold. The ex-showroom price tag for this splendid creation reads at Rs 2.63 lakhs.
Embarking on a visual journey, the Triumph Scrambler 400X mirrors its sibling, the Speed, in style and allure. Witness the circular LED beacon, the flickering turn signals, the sculpted fuel reservoir; all in harmonious synchrony. Yet, this rugged machine bears the soul of a scrambler, primed for the off-road escapades that beckon. Its stature stands tall, guarded by a headlight grille, ensconced in a split seat, shielded by robust handlebar sentinels, all poised atop an ergonomically redefined throne.
|Model||Triumph Scrambler 400X|
|Manufactured By||Triumph (in collaboration with Bajaj)|
|Engine||399cc BS6 OBD2 Single-cylinder, Liquid-cooled Engine|
|Power Output||39.5 bhp|
|Style||Off-road Scrambler Style with LED Headlight, Turn Indicators, Split Seat, Handlebar Guard|
|Features||Analog Speedometer, Semi-digital Instrument Cluster, LED Headlight, Traction Control, USB Port, Ride-by-Wire, Switchable ABS|
|Safety Features||Switchable ABS, Slipper Clutch, Ride-by-Wire|
|Suspension||Front: USD Telescopic Forks (Largest Ground Clearance)<br>Rear: Mono-shock, Adjustable Handlebar|
|Brakes||Front: 320mm Disc<br>Rear: 230mm Disc|
|Wheels||Front: 19-inch, Rear: 17-inch|
|Weight||179 kg (Lightweight with Commanding Riding Position)|
|Rivals||Yezdi Scrambler, Royal Enfield Scram 411|
Delving into its treasure trove of features, the Scrambler 400X unveils an analog speedometer, sharing the limelight with a semi-digital instrument cluster. A realm of modernity reveals itself with the advent of the LED headlamp, the assurance of traction control, a dedicated USB port for charging, the nimbleness of ride-by-wire, and the adaptability of switchable ABS. The customary array of essentials like the tachometer, trip meter, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, service prompt, real-time data, turn signal alerts, and stand notification form the bedrock of its instrumentation.
Beneath its sinewy exterior lies a 399 cc BS6 OBD2 compliant monologue, a liquid-cooled powerhouse, delivering a surge of 39.5 bhp and an impelling 37.5 nm of torque. Harmonizing with a six-speed gearbox, this marvel promises a safety net fortified with switchable ABS, a feather-light slipper clutch, and the vigilance of ride-by-wire technology.
Safety, the cornerstone of the Scrambler 400X’s ethos, manifests in a suspension system tuned for the untamed trails it’s destined for. Behold the opulent gold-finished USD telescopic front forks, a rear mono-shock poised for the ultimate terrain tests, and a handlebar adaptable to every conquest. The braking saga unfolds with a 19-inch front and a 17-inch rear wheel, where a 320 mm disc at the fore and a 230 mm counterpart at the aft assure unwavering control, bolstered by the dual-channel ABS and traction mastery.
In the grand arena of the Indian motorcycling frontier, the Triumph Scrambler 400X stands resolute with an extended wheelbase, an elevated ground clearance, and a commanding rider’s perch, bearing a svelte weight of 179 kgs. It faces the worthy contenders, the Yezdi Scrambler and the Royal Enfield Scram 411, in a quest for supremacy.
Let the Scrambler 400X be your beacon to the untamed, a symphony of power and finesse, sculpted for the conquerors of the wild terrains. Triumph, in collaboration with Bajaj, heralds a new era in motorcycling excellence, etching a saga of triumph in every mile traversed.