Triumph unveils two variants of Scrambler for 2019

Editor@Throttle|Updated: October 25, 2018 12:30

Triumph Motorcycles has unveiled 2 variants of the 2019 Scrambler 1200. 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200s will come equipped with the liquid-cooled 1,200cc Bonneville engine, but with a dedicated “Scrambler” tune. Putting out a claimed 88.7688 bhp and 81.13184 foot-pounds of torque, it’s not going to be the fastest bike on the block but it will definitely have enough oomph to spin that tire and put a smile on your face. The Scrambler 1200 XC will enter the market as the base model, lacking many of the high-performance features that will make the XE model so attractive.


Brembo brakes and Öhlins suspension are used on both bikes, but the XE gets more travel, a longer swingarm, taller front suspension, and more. Brembo levers, heated grips, and lots of trim go a long way in helping secure the top-shelf look and feel of the XE, but an inertial measurement unit with cornering ABS and optimized traction control seem to promise a better ride as well.


Six new ride modes include Off-Road Pro on the XE and an all-new Rider Configurable mode that lets the rider choose their mapping, as well as ABS and traction control preferences. A large, bright TFT instrument gauge is fully customizable, even letting the rider input their name for a welcome on start-up. A first for motorcycling—Triumph has integrated a GoPro control system built into the digital instrument system through a new Bluetooth model, allowing photo and video operation through the switch gear. It is expected to come to India in 2019.


Article Source :Motorcycle Cruiser