Scrambler 400X Review
Scrambler 400X Review

New Delhi  :
Good news for bike enthusiasts! Triumph Motorcycles has just rolled out its latest gem, the Scrambler 400X, right here in India. And guess what? It’s all set to give some friendly competition to the beloved Royal Enfield.

What’s the Buzz About?

The Scrambler 400X isn’t just a beauty to look at; it comes packed with a powerhouse engine. And for those wondering about the price tag – it’s set at a competitive ₹2,62,996 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This makes it the most budget-friendly scrambler model from the iconic British bike maker in our country.

Triumph Scrambler 400X alongside its sibling, the Speed 400
Triumph Scrambler 400X alongside its sibling, the Speed 400

A Little Peek into Its Creation

Here’s a fun fact: The Scrambler 400X shares its birthplace with the Speed 400, thanks to a collaboration between Triumph and Bajaj Auto in India. And if you notice a family resemblance with the Speed 400, you’re spot on! They’ve borrowed some cool design elements like the round LED headlight, sleek turn indicators, and that signature fuel tank.

Built for the Roads Less Travelled

Adventure seekers, this one’s for you! The Scrambler 400X is designed with off-roading in mind. With its slightly elevated stance, navigating through rough patches will feel like a breeze.

How Does It Stack Up Against the Triumph Speed 400?

In the friendly sibling rivalry between the Scrambler 400X and the Speed 400, the former comes with a slightly heftier price tag, about ₹30,000 more. But considering the features it packs, many might find the extra spend worth it.

Let’s Talk Performance

Revving up the Scrambler 400X is a 398cc single-cylinder engine, delivering a solid 40hp and 37.5Nm of torque. And with its 6-speed gearbox, you’re in for a smooth ride, whether you’re cruising city streets or tackling rugged trails.

More Fun Features to Gush Over

The Scrambler’s frame is reminiscent of the Speed 400, but with a twist. It boasts longer suspension units and a sturdy 19-inch front wheel. It weighs 185 kilograms, just a tad (9 kilograms, to be precise) heavier than the Speed 400. Plus, for those off-road escapades, it’s got an increased seat height of 835mm and a ground clearance of 195mm. And did we mention the nifty foot pegs with removable rubber? Perfect for those off-roading adventures!

Wrapping It Up

The Triumph Scrambler 400X is more than just a motorcycle; it’s an experience waiting to be had. So, whether you’re an off-road junkie or just someone looking for a stylish ride around town, the Scrambler 400X might just be your new best friend on wheels! Safe travels and happy adventures!


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