Triumph Speed 400 and Scrambler 400X introduced, will compete with Royal Enfield bikes
The British motorcycle manufacturer has introduced the Speed 400 and Scrambler 400X bikes. The bike is the first bike from the British company in partnership with Bajaj and it will be joining the modern classic lineup of Triumph bikes.
Both the bikes are powered by the new fuel injected, liquid cooled ‘TR’ series engine, which takes its name from Triumph’s early 2000s racing single, a six-day off-road trials competition.
This 398 cc cylinder engine has four valves and dual overhead cam shafts which helps this free-revving single cylinder to generate 39.5 bhp power and 37.5 newton meters of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels.
A six-speed gearbox has been given with it. The Triumph Speed 400 and the Scrambler 400X are both lightweight bikes, weighing in at 170 kg and 179 kg respectively. The seat has been raised 790 mm in the Speed 400 and 835 mm in the Scrambler 400X.
Both the new Triumph bikes get model-specific chassis setup, which comes with a new frame, bolt-on rear subframe and cast-aluminium swingarm. The Speed 400 gets 43 mm bigger upside-down front forks.
It gets a mono-shock at the rear and 110/70 (front) and 150/60 (rear) profile wheels shod with 17-inch Metzler Sportec M9RR tyres. For braking, a 300 mm fixed disc at the front and a 230 mm fixed unit at the rear have been given.
The front disc gets 4-piston calipers and the rear has a single-piston caliper. The Scrambler 400X gets 150mm of wheel travel at both wheels – 10mm more at the front and 20mm more at the rear than the Speed 400.
The Scrambler 400X rides on 19-inch wheels at the front and 17-inch wheels at the rear shod with Metzler Karoo Street tyres. For braking, it has a 320 mm fixed disc at the front and a 230 mm fixed unit at the rear.
The front disc gets 4-piston calipers and the rear has a single-piston caliper. Dual-channel ABS has been given in both the bikes. Both the bikes get circular headlights and sculpted tanks with upswept exhausts.
Both the bikes share similar design features like black coated engine casing and gold anodised forks. The Speed 400 gets a dual tone paint scheme with Triumph tank graphics on both, reflecting its roadster styling.
Speed 400 has been made available in Carnival Red, Caspian Blue and Phantom Black color options. The Scrambler 400X gets headlight, radiator protector, as well as handguard, handlebar brace with pad and longer front mudguard.
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