Scrambler 400 X launched in India at Rs 2.63 lakh

The Scrambler motorcycle is designed to to handle challenging terrains like broken roads, soft trails with ease.

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Scrambler 400 X launched in India at Rs 2.63 lakh

Triumph Motorcycles & Bajaj Auto have launched the Scrambler 400 X in India, at an ex-showroom price (Delhi) of 2.63 lakh. The motorcycle will be available at the exclusive Triumph dealer network which will rapidly ramp up across 100+ cities within this fiscal year.

The Scrambler 400 X comes with features such as the 150 mm long travel suspension at both ends, wide adjustable handlebars, commanding 835 mm seat height, 195 mm high ground clearance, switchable traction control and ABS, bigger 19-inch front wheel, flat Scrambler foot pegs with removable rubber inserts, slim waist and relaxed Scrambler ergonomics, upswept exhaust and protection for the sump, headlight, radiator and handguards to deliver an authentic scrambler experience that no one knows better than Triumph.

The Scrambler 400 X is available in three stylish and contemporary colour schemes, each featuring Triumph’s distinctive ‘Scrambler’ tank stripe and triangle badge, with Matt Khaki Green and Fusion White, Carnival Red and Phantom Black, plus Phantom Black and Silver Ice options.


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