Triumph’s Smallest Bikes Are Here!

Triumph’s Smallest Bikes Are Here!

News by Team Drivio | 30 Jun 2023

The Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X have been unveiled in London. 

  • The Speed 400 is for road uses while the Scrambler 400 X can be taken off the road.
  • Both bikes’ 398cc liquid-cooled engine makes 40PS and 37.5Nm, figures which are extremely impressive. 
  • Prices for both bikes could begin from Rs 2.90 lakh, ex-showroom. 

Triumph and Bajaj have finally revealed the globally anticipated Triumph-Bajaj Speed 400 and Scrambler 400X. These bikes showcase a sleek, compact, and premium design, with a pleasing neo-retro aesthetic. The Speed 400 boasts a new 398cc engine producing an impressive 40PS and 37.5Nm, complemented by retro features like cooling fins on the cylinder and bar-end mirrors. 

SpecificationsTriumph Speed 400 And Scrambler 400 X
Engine398cc liquid-cooled engine
Maximum Power40PS
Maximum Torque37.5Nm

The Scrambler 400X, similar to the Speed 400, comes with a few modifications to enhance its off-road capabilities. It features knuckle guards for added protection and runs on a 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheel setup, though they are not spoke wheels. 

The bike is equipped with tubeless tires, including block pattern Metzeler Karoo Street tires for better trail performance. However, these off-road enhancements result in a higher seat height of 835mm compared to its street-oriented counterpart. 

Another distinction is the larger 320mm front disc brake on the Scrambler, whereas the Speed 400 has a 300mm disc. Although the Scrambler appears geared for off-road adventures, its limited suspension travel (130mm front and 150mm rear) suggests it may be more suited for urban scrambles. In the Indian market, the Scrambler 400X faces competition from the Yezdi Scrambler and Royal Enfield Scram 411.

The India launch is set for July 5, with an expected price of around Rs 2.90 lakh for the Speed 400 and around Rs 3.20 lakh for the Scrambler 400X (both ex-showroom).