About Triumph Scrambler 400 X
The Triumph Scrambler 400 X is the all-new, made-in-India Triumph motorcycle and is now the brand’s most affordable scrambler model. The Scrambler 400 X is powered by a single-cylinder engine and boasts low-end torque with linear performance and refinement. The motorcycle belongs to Triumph’s modern classic range of motorcycles that consists of the Scrambler 900.
Following a modern classic design, the Scrambler 400 X features a steel tubular frame with a bolt-on subframe and cast aluminium swingarm. The motorcycle features a round headlamp with circular turn indicators, a tear-drop-shaped fuel tank, a two-piece saddle, and an upswept double barrel exhaust. The bike comes with a semi-digital instrument console featuring a large analogue speedometer and a digital display that packs a gear position indicator, tachometer, fuel gauge and other information.
Powering the Triumph Scrambler 400 X is an all-new air/oil-cooled 398 cc, single-pot liquid-cooled mill that registers 39.5 bhp at 8,000 rpm and 37.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm. The motor comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox accompanied by a slipper clutch. The service intervals for the Scrambler 400 X stand at every 16,000 km, which is impressive.
Coming to the cycle parts, the Scrambler 400 X is an off-road-ready motorcycle. That said, it is suspended by a USD fork at the front and a preload-adjustable monoshock at the rear, both long travel. For braking, the motorcycle employs disc brakes at both ends, accompanied by dual-channel ABS that is switchable at the rear. The bike comes with a switchable traction control system. Furthermore, the motorcycle rides on 19/17-inch wire-spoke wheels at both ends shod with Metzeler Karoo Street dual-purpose tyres. The Scrambler 400 X tips the scale at 179 kg and comes with a 13-litre fuel tank.
Triumph offers the Scrambler 400 X in a single variant, but offers three colour schemes to choose from – Matt Khaki Green, Carnival Red, and Phantom Black.
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