Following their unveiling in June, Triumph has released pricing for their Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X. The all-new LAMS motorcycles are due to arrive in Australian dealerships in early 2024.
The Speed 400 will be available from $8,990 ride away, while the additional componentry on the Scrambler 400 X means its starting price is $9,990 ride away. Triumph Motorcycles Australia says the pricing for both models represents incredible value for money.
Paul Stroud, Triumph Motorcycles’ Chief Commercial Officer, adds: “The response to the Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X has been phenomenal and we know that customers across the world have been eagerly awaiting the price. We want to make these bikes as accessible and competitive as possible, and we hope these prices will surprise and excite potential customers.”
Designed in the UK and built in India, both upcoming models are powered by a ‘TR Series’ 398cc liquid-cooled single that produces 29.4kW and 37.5Nm. This is matched to a six-speed gearbox with slipper clutch and chain final drive.
The frame is a hybrid spine/perimeter type in tube steel with bolt-on subframe and alloy swingarm. Suspension is the same for both models, but the Scrambler 400 X offers more travel from the 43mm USD forks and monoshock rear. The Scrambler 400 X also gets a larger front wheel and front brake disc, along with a different brake pad compound. With its protective guards for the engine, radiator and headlight, along with handguards, a braced handlebar and larger pegs, the Scrambler 400 X is heavier than the Speed 400. It also has a taller seat (835mm vs 790mm) and longer wheelbase.
Standard tech on both models includes ABS (switchable on the Scrambler 400 X), traction control, a USB charge socket, LED lighting and analogue/LCD instrumentation.
Wheel designs, detailing and colours help define the two 400s against each other, with three different paint options available for each.