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Triumph launches Scrambler 1200X in India at INR 11.83 lakh

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Triumph has launched the Scrambler 1200X in the Indian market with a price tag of INR 11.83 lakh ex-showroom. The Triumph Scrambler 1200X is the brand’s more accessible scrambler machine with lower seat height. However, the Scrambler 1200X does not compromise on its ergonomics. Customers can book the Triumph Scrambler 1200X from Triumph India showroom as well as Triumph Motorcycle’s official online channels.

Triumph Scrambler 1200X – 795mm Seat Height, But Great Ergonomics

With a seat height of just 820mm the Triumph Scrambler 1200X will allow riders with shorter inseams to ride the motorcycle with ease. In addition to this, Triumph is making the Scrambler 1200X even more accessible by offering a Low Seat option. The accessory further reduces the seat height by 25mm bringing its effective seat height to just 795mm.

This also makes the Scrambler 1200X 50mm lower in seat height than the Scrambler 1200XE. The Scrambler 1200X comes with 21-inch front wheel offering a commanding riding position and the low seat height offers rider the confidence to ride all terrains. In addition to the low seat height accessory, the Scrambler 1200X also comes with 60 genuine Triumph accessories backed by a two year warranty.

Triumph Scrambler 1200X – Technical Specification

Powering the Triumph Scrambler 1200X is the Bonneville Twin-Cylinder 1200cc engine with a Scrambler-specific tune. The liquid-cooled 8-valve SOHC engine with 270-degree crank angle produces 90 PS of power and 110 Nm of torque. The engine comes with a 6-speed transmission, a 2 into 2 exhaust system, brushed high mount silencers.

Triumph claims that the Scrambler 1200X engine delivers smooth power delivery and torque-rich throttle response, both on-road and off-road. The motorcycle gets a tubular steel chassis that rides on Marzocchi non-adjustable USD forks on the front. The bike also comes with Marzocchi preload adjustable twin rear shocks with piggyback reservoirs and offers 170mm wheel travel on both the front and rear.

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