You can now reserve for a Scrambler X/Speed 400 for PHP 50,000

Back in August, Triumph Motorcycles announced the Scrambler X 400 and Speed 400 – which will both debut here in the country in Q1 of 2024. You can now reserve at Triumph Motorcycles Philippines for either of the new 400cc models for only PHP 50,000. The SRP: PHP 339,000 for the Scrambler X 400, and PHP 299,000 for the Speed 400.

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Both the Scrambler X 400 and Speed 400 are powered by the newly-developed liquid-cooled, DOHC 398cc single-cylinder TR Series engine that is claimed to be capable of producing 40 Ps of power and 37.5 Nm of torque.

It is mated to a six-speed gearbox and is said to be capable of reaching more than 150 kilometers per hour top speed.

Triumph adds that both the new Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X benefit from a slim waistline which combined with an accessible seat height of 790mm and 835mm respectively, and a low weight of 170kg and 179kg, respectively, ensure assured low-speed handling and easy feet-down maneuvers, especially in heavy traffic situations in the metro.

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Speed 400


The Speed 400 features a large 43mm big-piston upside-down front forks, a mono-shock rear suspension unit with an external reservoir, lightweight 17-inch alloy wheels, and roadster-specific geometry and wheelbase. Powerful four-piston radial front brakes with a 300mm front disc and braided lines give a responsive brake feel for improved rider confidence.

The Scrambler 400 X, on the other hand, features a longer wheelbase, longer travel suspension, larger 19-inch front wheel, and wide handlebars for greater stability and control when riding on loose surfaces, as well as providing a more upright and commanding Scrambler riding position.

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Scrambler X 400


A larger cast steel brake pedal and high-grip foot pegs that are positioned lower and wider also make for a more natural standing riding position when riding off-road, while a larger 320mm front brake disc and optimized pad compound deliver reassuringly progressive braking performance in all conditions.

For more information, visit Triumph Motorcycles Philippines' social media pages or their showrooms located at Greenhills, BGC, Calamba, San Fernando, Cabanatuan, and Cebu.