21 bg bos) Triumph Unveils Updated Scrambler 1200 Models With Lower Pricing

Triumph Unveils Updated Scrambler 1200 Models With Lower Pricing

Four years after its launch, Triumph has revealed the updated Scrambler 1200 range for 2024. The range still features two variants, however the more street-friendly XC has been replaced by the more affordable X, while the dirt-focused XE hits the roads. in the new year with several performance-focused updates.

2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 X and XE
Both models feature the same 1200cc parallel twin Bonneville engine and torque-rich Scrambler tuning with a new single 1.96” (50mm) throttle body and redesigned exhaust manifolds to provide better flow and a wider torque spread from 5,000 rpm to redline. .

The two variants, which ride on 21”/17” wheels, have also been tuned to provide more balanced on-road and off-road performance. Peak power now arrives a little earlier in the rev range, hitting 89 horsepower at 7,000 rpm, with peak torque of 81 ft-lb also arriving earlier, at 4,250 rpm.

2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE

Both variants share the same dedicated tubular steel Scrambler frame as well as high spec stainless steel wheels with wire spokes and light and durable aluminum rims. The two models provide key ergonomic differences, including different handlebar designs, with the XE being 2.56” (65mm) wider than the X, providing better control in tougher terrain. Reversible extensions allow riders to adjust the position of the handlebars, and the XE also has a removable spacer for 0.39” (10mm) height adjustment. Extending ergonomics even further, the XE also boasts adjustable foot controls to suit different riding styles and footwear.

2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE
2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE
Both wheels have a double-sided swingarm made of premium cast aluminum. At 22.8” (579mm), the XE has a 1.26” (32mm) longer swingarm and longer wheelbase than the X, improving handling and confidence in rough terrain, while the X’s shorter wheelbase contributes to agility and responsiveness. road-ride.

2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 X
Built to be more accessible, the suspension travel on the X variant has been reduced from 6.7″ (200mm) front and rear on the XC to 170mm, lowering the seat height to 31.29″ (795mm) thanks to the optional low seat . The rear suspension is equipped with rear axle reservoirs and adjustable preload.

The XE has a more off-road oriented setup with 9.8″ (250mm) of suspension travel front and rear. Last year’s 47mm Showa fork and dual Ohlins rear shocks are replaced by optimized 45mm Marzocchi forks and premium Marzocchi twin-spring suspension units that are fully adjustable and have more incremental adjustments for compression and rebound, giving even more control.

2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 X
Braking wise, the XE boasts the latest generation Brembo Stylema radial monoblock front calipers with twin 12.6” (320mm) floating discs, while the rear is held down by a 10.04” (255mm) disc with a Nissin caliper, further maximizing braking performance. . The X, in turn, features two 310mm floating front discs with Nissin twin-piston axial calipers, while the rear is carried by a 10.04” (255mm) rear disc and a Nissin floating brake caliper. The position of the front brake lever can also be adjusted to rider preference on both models.

2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 X and XE
Both the Scrambler X and XE models are equipped with cornering-optimized ABS and cornering traction control, regulating interventions to ensure and maintain optimal traction at any lean angle. Five rider modes are available for the Scrambler 1200 X, each with its own dedicated throttle response and specific ABS and traction control settings. Riders can choose from Sport, Road, Rain, Off-Road and Rider Configurable, while the XE also has Off-Road Pro, which allows the experienced rider full uninterrupted control for the most demanding off-road riding.

2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 X and XE
Greater driving stability is achieved thanks to the high specification Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), which was developed in collaboration with Continental. This system enables the optimization of ABS and cornering traction control, automatically selecting the correct setting by measuring pitch, pitch, yaw and acceleration to calculate the lean angle. With a particular focus on improving the overall driving experience, both X and XE models are equipped with a torque assist clutch.

2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 X and XE
The Scrambler 1200 XE features integrated and customizable full-color TFT instruments. There are two minimal and stylish information layout design themes, each with three additional options to change the level of information displayed. There’s also a choice between a high or low contrast display, as well as a personalized splash screen to make the latest Scrambler XE feel like your very own.

The Scrambler 1200 X is equipped with a special hybrid multifunction LCD/TFT display that is integrated into the circular instrument dial. This compact and minimal display is easy to read at a glance.

2024 Triumph Scrambler 1200 X and XE
More than 70 original accessories are available to bring even more touring capabilities, from heated grips, 9.25 gallon (35 L) rear bags and tall ‘Dakar’ fairings to a high-quality front fender, handlebar brace and engine rods from stainless steel. . The complete rugged luggage system now offers 26.95 Gal (102 L) of total storage capacity.

Scrambler 1200 X features

New Marzocchi suspension, 1.77” (45mm) USD fork and RSU with drop-in reservoirs and adjustable preload giving 6.69” (170mm) of road-optimized wheel travel
Advanced rider technology (not included on previous Scrambler 1200 XC) including new optimized cornering ABS, switchable optimized cornering traction control
Multifunctional devices with integrated TFT display
Five driving modes, including Off-road
USB charging
Accessory-activated connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, Bluetooth phone and music control.
Redesigned intake and exhaust manifolds providing a wider distribution of torque in the upper rev range

Update for Scrambler 1200 XE
Updated latest generation Brembo Stylema® radial monobloc calipers with twin 320mm floating discs and Nissin single-piston caliper at rear
Optimized Marzocchi 1.77” (45mm) USD and “dual spring” RSU forks with connecting reservoirs
New optimized long travel Marzocchi suspension 9.84” (250mm) front and rear is fully adjustable with improved adjustability
Revised intake and exhaust manifolds providing a wider spread of torque in the upper rev range
Improved styling details including a new compact tail light
Enhanced travel options with a tall accessory screen and a robust luggage system with optional rear luggage accessories.

Price, colors and availability
The Scrambler 1200 X will start at US$13,595 ($14,795), which is

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