Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE

The Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE continues with the proposal made in 2019 of gifting the water-cooled modern classics bikes with an all-terrain line-up. In this case, as Triumph took a further step in 2016 with a top-of-the-range sports model (Triumph Thruxton R) the XE is the off-road replica, being the bike featured with the best components and parts, all for the queen of this category.

With a similar look to its small sibling (Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC), this bike aims to reach the quality and performance peaks these Scrambler style bikes are intended to. A model clearly for the most demanding riders, those able to make the most out of the great benefits of this bike.

Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE Specs

Scrambler 1200 XE Specs: Launched by the end of 2019, it holds two people and in order to ride it an A Driving License is required.

Scrambler 1200 XE Engine: The twin-cylinder engine of the Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE has a capacity of 1200T, and is 4-stroke and 4 valves for each cylinder. It is water-cooled, it has an engine capacity of 90 HP at 7.400 rpm and it is ruled by EURO4.

1200 XE Suspension and brakes system: The suspension of the upper version of this Scrambler line features an enhancement in the wheel travel compared with the one in XC. Ohlins certifies a total wheel travel of 250 mm both at the back and in the front, the latter manufactured by Showa.

This Showa suspension in the front has an upside down 47mm (each bar) telescopic fork, with a wheel travel of 200 mm and fully adjustable. The Ohlins at the rear is an aluminium double shocking absorber with the same wheel travel and also fully adjustable.

The brakes are Brembo, both in the front and rear. The front one is a 320 mm ABS double disc, and the one at the rear is 255 mm.

Scrambler XE Sizes and range: This off-road bike has a length of 2.285 mm and a width of 840 mm. The wheelbase is 1.570 mm and the seat is 840 mm from the ground. The vehicle mass is 205 kg and it features an average fuel consumption of 4,9 liters every 100 km.

Triumph Scrambler 1200XE

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