Two new Triumphs incoming…

The Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X

Designed from the ground-up, they say with a brand-new single cylinder engine at their heart.

The Speed 400 roadster joins Triumph’s modern classic line-up, the Speed Twin 900 and 1200 while the Scrambler 400 X takes design cues from the Scrambler 900 and 1200..

The bikes include traditional touches, like the distinctive finned cylinder head and traditional exhaust header clamps, the upswept silencer, bold graphics and sensitively-incorporated technology, like concealed liquid-cooling and a flowing exhaust with hidden primary silencer. Both have black powder-coated engine casings and gold anodised forks.

The Speed 400’s two-tone paint schemes, feature a prominent Triumph tank graphic and will be available in Carnival Red, Caspian Blue and Phantom Black.

The Scrambler 400 X includes purposeful and practical features, like protection for the headlight, radiator and sump, as well as handguards, a handlebar brace with pad and a longer front mudguard.

It will be available in three colour schemes, each featuring Triumph’s distinctive ‘Scrambler’ tank stripe and triangle badge, with Matt Khaki Green, Fusion White, Carnival Red and Phantom Black, plus Phantom Black and Silver Ice options.


New TR-SERIES Engine:

The all-new, six speed fuel-injected, liquid-cooled 398cc single-cylinder engine has a four-valve, DOHC cylinder head and a crankshaft that has been “perfectly weighted and balanced to optimise inertia for low-speed rideability”. 

Triumph is claiming 40 PS peak power and 37.5 Nm peak torque.

 Torque-assist clutch
This system reduces clutch lever effort to reduce fatigue during stop/start riding, and prevents rear wheel locking during downshifts.

The Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X feature seat heights of 790mm and 835mm respectively and a weight of 170kg / 179kg.

Both models have their own model-specific chassis set-up, with a new frame, bolt-on rear subframe and cast-aluminium swingarm paired with suspension set-ups tailored to each use case.

The Speed 400 features large 43mm big-piston upside-down front forks, mono-shock Rear Suspension Unit with external reservoir, 17-inch wheels and roadster-specific geometry and wheelbase, with a comfortable, neutral riding position says Triumph.

Up front you’ll find Four-piston radial front brakes with a 300mm front disc and braided lines.

The Scrambler 400 X features a longer wheelbase, longer travel suspension, a 19-inch front wheel and wide handlebars .

A larger cast steel brake pedal and high-grip foot pegs that are positioned lower and wider also make for a more natural standing riding position when riding off-road, while a larger 320mm front brake disc.

Ride-by-wire throttle
Bosch engine management with ride-by-wire throttle.

Traction Control and ABS: The traction control system on both models is switchable with a simple on or off selection, so the rider can quickly and easily deactivate the intervention. 

On the Scrambler 400 X, the ABS can also be deactivated .

New dual format instruments
The dual format instruments feature a large analogue speedometer and integrated LCD screen which includes a digital tachometer, a fuel range remaining and a prominent gear indicator.

It’s all accessed via a handlebar-mounted scroll button. The display is pre-enabled to show the status of accessory fitted heated grips, if fitted. 

A USB-C charging socket allows on-the-move charging of handlebar mounted devices.

All-LED lighting:
The headlight features a daytime running light with Triumph DRL signature, while the tail-light also includes a modern light signature together with moulded light guides and Triumph branding.

Factory-fitted Security:
Both the Speed 400 and the Scrambler 400 X come equipped with a steering lock and an anti-theft immobiliser as standard. The transponder chip integrated into the ignition key ensures only the owner can start the engine.

 They tell us that more than 25 genuine accessories are available for the Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X. 

Both models will launch in India starting from next month and will be on sale in other markets from the start of 2024, when prices for these markets are announced.

16000 KM service intervals.

Two-year unlimited mileage warranty.

Chat to your Triumph Dealer.

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