Triumph Scrambler 400X to launch in October 2023
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Triumph Scrambler 400X to launch in October 2023

News by Team Drivio | Jul 08, 2023

The new Scrambler will feature retro modern design and share the same Triumph Speed 400 engine.

  • The Scrambler 400X will be offered in three colour themes
  • Pre-bookings are open online at official Triumph website
  • It will be powered by the 398.15cc engine

Finally, Triumph Motorcycles India has disclosed that the awaited new Scrambler 400X will hit the showrooms across India in October 2023. This piece of information has been listed on the British Motorcycle marquee’s website. Recently, the company pulled the cover off the highly anticipated Triumph Speed 400 in the Indian market at an aggressive price label of Rs. 2.23 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Due to this, we expect a similar cut-throat price for the Scrambler 400X too.

 

SpecificationsTriumph Scrambler 400X
Engine398cc liquid-cooled engine
Maximum Power40PS (expected)
Maximum Torque37.5Nm  (expected)
Transmission6-speed 

The new Scrambler 400X features a retro-modern looking design is studded with a round headlamp and a semi-digital instrument cluster. It will be seen riding on unique set of tyres in the form of 19-inch tyres at the front and 17-inch tyres at the rear. The pre-bookings for the new Triumph Scrambler 400 X are open on its India website.

In the colour scheme choices, the Scrambler 400X will get three themes – Matte Khaki Green with Fusion White, Phantom Black with Silver Ice and Carnival Red with Phantom Black Ice.

The specs are not expected to see much of a change in the new Triumph Scrambler 400X, against the already launched Triumph Speed 400. The 398.15cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine coupled to a dual-overhead-camshaft will be seen doing the duties on the 400X. Mated to a six-speed gearbox, the engine gives out a raw power of 39.5bhp at 8000rpm and a maximum peak torque of 37.5Nm at 6500rpm. 

Some of the noteworthy features comprise of full-LED headlight, dual-channel ABS, a semi-digital instrument cluster, a switchable traction control system, ride-by-wire throttle and others.