After months of spy shots and speculations, Triumph has finally unveiled the Speed 400 and the Scrambler 400X.
Of the two, the Speed 400 is the roadster (obviously) and the British manufacturer says both motorcycles are unique in their own way.
But what exactly is different between the two motorcycles? Let’s have a look:
There isn’t any difference between the two in the engine department,
as both the Speed 400 and the Scrambler 400X are powered by a 398cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine
producing 40PS and 37.5Nm, that comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
Both bikes get gold-coloured 43mm upside down (USD) forks and preload-adjustable gas-charged monoshocks at the rear.
But this is where the similarities end in the suspension department as the Speed 400 gets 140mm and 130mm wheel travel (at the front and rear, respectively)
while the Scrambler 400X gets 150mm wheel travel at both ends.
the Scrambler 400X front disc is a larger 320mm unit, though both get an identical 230mm disc at the rear, with dual-channel ABS