Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC
The Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC has been one of the most relevant updates in 2019 for the modern classics Triumph range. With its sharp off-road character, this bike is one of the proposals from Hinckley to follow the heritage of the new generation all-terrain bikes – An era which began in 2006, when the Triumph Scrambler 900, “new” at the time, was launched.
This bike features all the usual enhancements in technology and performance brought by the new air-cooled models, and at the same time it achieves to keep all the essence of the long time fostered Scrambler style.
Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC Specs
Scrambler 1200 XC Specs: Launched in the middle of 2019, it holds two people and an A Driving License is required to ride it.
Scrambler 1200 XC Engine: The twin-cylinder engine of the Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC has a capacity of 1200T and is 4-stroke and 4 valves for each cylinder. Water-cooled, it has an engine capacity of 90 HP at 7.400 rpm and it is ruled by the EURO4 emission standards.
1200 XC Suspension and brakes system: The front suspension is Showa, and it features an upside down telescopic fork of 47mm each bar, with a wheel travel of 200mm and fully adjustable. The suspension at the rear is an aluminium double shocking absorber with the same wheel travel and fully adjustable too.
The brakes are Brembo, both in the front and rear. The front one has a 320mm ABS double disc, and the one in the back is 255mm.
Scrambler XC Sizes and range: This all-terrain bike has a length of 2.285 mm and a width of 840 mm, a wheelbase of 1.570 mm and the height of the seat is 840 mm. Its total weight is 205 kg and the average fuel consumption is 5 liters every 100 km.