Triumph has unveiled its 2024 Scrambler 1200 lineup, replacing the base XC model with the new X variant and enhancing the top-tier XE model with significant updates on a global scale.
Both X and XE variants feature a liquid-cooled 1200cc parallel-twin engine producing 90hp at 7,000rpm and 110Nm at 4,250rpm, coupled with a 6-speed gearbox and torque-assist clutch.
The new models closely resemble their predecessors, with minor changes such as updated paint options and a sleeker LED tail light. However, the fuel capacity has been reduced from 16 to 15 litres.
Both bikes have tubeless, spoked rims. The front rim is 90/90-21 and the rear is 150/70-R17. However, the tyre compounds differ between the two models.
The X variant now offers improved accessibility, featuring a lowered seat height at 820mm compared to the previous 840mm, thanks to the new Marzocchi suspension units providing 170mm of travel.
The Scrambler 1200 X starts at $13,595 USD and $14,795 CAD, while the Scrambler 1200 XE begins at $15,295 USD and $16,595 CAD. Orders can be placed at Triumph dealers, with retail availability expected in February 2024.